Coutts At The Double In Place & Time

Alicia Coutts (Courtesy, Swimming Australia)

Olympic bronze medallist Alicia Coutts shot to the helm of the 2013 world ranks with a 57.18 scorcher for victory and a ticket to the FINA World Championships on day 2 at the EnergyAustralia Swimming Championships in Adelaide, while Christian Sprenger retained the 100m breaststroke title in 59.31, granting him the top four performances in the world so far this year

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Olympic bronze medallist Alicia Coutts shot to the helm of the 2013 world ranks with a 57.18 scorcher for victory and a ticket to the FINA World Championships on day 2 at the EnergyAustralia Swimming Championships in Adelaide, while Christian Sprenger retained the 100m breaststroke title in 59.31, granting him the top four performances in the world so far this year

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