Cameron McEvoy Blasts To Helm Of World Pace With 21.5 Dash To World Titles

Cameron McEvoy - by Delly Carr / Swimming Australia Ltd

Cameron McEvoy, coached by Richard Scarce at Bond, became the third Australian within the first hour of Hancock Prospecting Australian Championships to top the 2017 world rankings on booking a berth on the Budapest-bound plane for the World Championships in July. When he gets there, sporting the 21.55sec blast he delighted the Brisbane crowd with today, McEvoy will be two seasons beyond silver in the 100m freestyle at Kazan world titles and a year beyond no prize at all in the solo sprints at the Rio Olympics despite having arrived in Brazil the hot favourite for the two-lap crown. It wasn’t to be – but there was a golden moment in the mix

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Cameron McEvoy, coached by Richard Scarce at Bond, became the third Australian within the first hour of Hancock Prospecting Australian Championships to top the 2017 world rankings on booking a berth on the Budapest-bound plane for the World Championships in July. When he gets there, sporting the 21.55sec blast he delighted the Brisbane crowd with today, McEvoy will be two seasons beyond silver in the 100m freestyle at Kazan world titles and a year beyond no prize at all in the solo sprints at the Rio Olympics despite having arrived in Brazil the hot favourite for the two-lap crown. It wasn’t to be – but there was a golden moment in the mix

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