Emma McKeon & Ariarne Titmus A 1-2 For St Peters; Holly Barratt A National Champ

Emma McKeon - by Delly Carr / Swimming Australia Ltd

Emma McKeon was not quite back to the pace she raced at for Olympic bronze as closest battler behind the Katie Ledecky Vs Sarah Sjostrom duel over four laps in Rio last year but at 1:55.68, the St Peters Western ace booked her ticket to the World Championships in Budapest this July a class apart from those who followed at Brisbane trials today. And who followed? The future. Ariarne Titmus, 16 and half the age of the oldest rookie Dolphin, Holly Barratt, who today celebrated a 27.60 world-ranks topper for the national 50m backstroke title

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Emma McKeon was not quite back to the pace she raced at for Olympic bronze as closest battler behind the Katie Ledecky Vs Sarah Sjostrom duel over four laps in Rio last year but at 1:55.68, the St Peters Western ace booked her ticket to the World Championships in Budapest this July a class apart from those who followed at Brisbane trials today. And who followed? The future. Ariarne Titmus, 16 and half the age of the oldest rookie Dolphin, Holly Barratt, who today celebrated a 27.60 world-ranks topper for the national 50m backstroke title

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