Cate The First Campbell Home in 23.78 Games Record; Snap For Bronte & Taylor Ruck

Cate Campbell - by Patrick B. Kraemer

On 23.88 in semis, Cate Campbell looked poised to regain pride lost when Fran Halsall pipped her for gold at Glasgow 2014. There was no flicker of doubt this time: 23.78, a Commonwealth and Games record and dominant victory ahead of sister Bronte Campbell, on 24.26 for an Aussie 1-2, though that shared with the `Canadian who halted a sweep for the hosts and the Commercial club Down Under, Taylor Ruck, celebrating a national record in 24.26.

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On 23.88 in semis, Cate Campbell looked poised to regain pride lost when Fran Halsall pipped her for gold at Glasgow 2014. There was no flicker of doubt this time: 23.78, a Commonwealth and Games record and dominant victory ahead of sister Bronte Campbell, on 24.26 for an Aussie 1-2, though that shared with the `Canadian who halted a sweep for the hosts and the Commercial club Down Under, Taylor Ruck, celebrating a national record in 24.26.

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