Coin Lands On The Right Side For Matthew Wilson With 209.2 Ticket To World Titles

Matthew Wilson - by Delly Carr / Swimming Australia Ltd

The 200 breaststroke target was set at 2:09.64, Matthew Wilson’s win from a year ago a 2:09.90 that left him watching the Games in Brazil on the telly. Budapest now beckons after he retained the 200m crown in 2:09.29, a national age record

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The 200 breaststroke target was set at 2:09.64, Matthew Wilson’s win from a year ago a 2:09.90 that left him watching the Games in Brazil on the telly. Budapest now beckons after he retained the 200m crown in 2:09.29, a national age record

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