Emma Robinson Up For Budapest Distance Double As NZL Gets Four Inside 50 in 100 Free

Emma Robinson by Simon Watts/www.bwmedia.co.nz

Four into one does go when it comes to New Zealand placing a men’s 4×100 free relay on the blocks at world titles in Budapest this July. On the last night of racing at the New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland, the tally of qualifiers for the World Championships rose to eight in 10 events after Emma Robinson (Capital) added the 1500m freestyle to her roster with a dominant 16:30.16, while Matthew Stanley led the sub-50 club ahead of Daniel Hunter, Corey Main and Sam Perry

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Four into one does go when it comes to New Zealand placing a men’s 4×100 free relay on the blocks at world titles in Budapest this July. On the last night of racing at the New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland, the tally of qualifiers for the World Championships rose to eight in 10 events after Emma Robinson (Capital) added the 1500m freestyle to her roster with a dominant 16:30.16, while Matthew Stanley led the sub-50 club ahead of Daniel Hunter, Corey Main and Sam Perry

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