Mitch Larkin finished his 2015 breakthrough season of double world backstroke titles by going yet faster for the Commonwealth record of 1:53.17. He booked his ticket to the Olympic showdown in Rio on 1:53.90, the fifth best of his career after a storm of speedy swims last year; Josh Beaver also inside Rio cut on 1:56.1; Daniel Tranter takes 200IM crown but no cut; and Emily Seebohm leads the way to a tight 200 back final in prospect
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