Cate Campbell Up For Top Aussie Sports Honour

Cate Campbell [photo: Aniko Kovacs]

Cate Campbell, the world 100m freestyle champion and fastest woman ever over two laps in a textile suit, is among seven athletes up for the Australian Don award for the most inspiring sport performance of the year when the country’s Hall of Fame gathers to celebrate Aussie sports schemers present and past this Thursday in Melbourne; one Hall great to be elevated to legend alongside the likes of Rose, Fraser, Gould and O’Neill

Want to read more? Our Basic subscription package allows you to access
to all articles barring specific content for Premium and Business
members. Select which service best suits you. Thank you for your
support of independent journalism and quality coverage of world-class swimming.

Log In Register

Cate Campbell, the world 100m freestyle champion and fastest woman ever over two laps in a textile suit, is among seven athletes up for the Australian Don award for the most inspiring sport performance of the year when the country’s Hall of Fame gathers to celebrate Aussie sports schemers present and past this Thursday in Melbourne; one Hall great to be elevated to legend alongside the likes of Rose, Fraser, Gould and O’Neill

Comments

felixdangerpants

Technically the best female sprint freestyler of all time. (In my opinion) Simon Cusack has also coached Sprenger the past few years….2 World Champions in 2013, will deserve to be Australia’s coach of the year.

Waterslug

Having swum in the public lane alongside the likes of Sprenger and the Campbells; I must say that a great deal of credit should go to Simon Cusack for creating a supportive environment for his swimmers. It has allowed his guard to focus on the job at hand without distractions.

aswimfan

Cate, please work on your start … so you can break both WRs

Leave a comment

Post a comment with your SwimVortex Account. Don't have a SwimVortex Account, Sign Up?

(*) Fields are required!
×