Cate Crackles; Missile’s Date With Defence

James Magnussen is congratulated by Matt Targett (Courtesy: Swimming Australia)

Hard to top a 47.53 world season-leader 100 free from James Magnussen as far as stealing thunder and headlines goes but Cate Campbell did just that today with a 52.83 storm-warning – off an electric 25.12 at the turn – in the semis of her own 100m challenge on day 5 at the EnergyAustralia Championships in Adelaide’s South Australian Aquatic and Leisure Centre

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Hard to top a 47.53 world season-leader 100 free from James Magnussen as far as stealing thunder and headlines goes but Cate Campbell did just that today with a 52.83 storm-warning – off an electric 25.12 at the turn – in the semis of her own 100m challenge on day 5 at the EnergyAustralia Championships in Adelaide’s South Australian Aquatic and Leisure Centre

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