Best: Magnussen At Another Level

News Round-Up: Australia: James Magnussen has gone to “another level” in training after gutsy Games debut and setback at the London 2012 Olympics, where Australia’s 4x100m free relay took a hammering and the sprinter was pipped, by just 0.01sec, for the 100m free crown by Nathan Adrian (USA). Magnussen’s coach Brant Best tells the Australian…

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News Round-Up: Australia: James Magnussen has gone to “another level” in training after gutsy Games debut and setback at the London 2012 Olympics, where Australia’s 4x100m free relay took a hammering and the sprinter was pipped, by just 0.01sec, for the 100m free crown by Nathan Adrian (USA). Magnussen’s coach Brant Best tells the Australian… […]

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