Fraser-Holmes Leaps Back On His Horse

Thomas Fraser-Holmes (Courtesy: Swimming Australia)

The mark of a truly world-class act in sport is the ability to fall of tour horse, shake yourself down and leap back on again. Thomas Fraser-Holmes, 21, did just that today at the EnergyAustralia Championships with a 1:45.79 lifetime best in the 200m free; Cameron McEvoy on 1:46.03, four others book relay slots; solo tickets for Emily Seebohm, Belinda, Ashley Delaney Sally Foster and Samantha Marshall

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The mark of a truly world-class act in sport is the ability to fall of tour horse, shake yourself down and leap back on again. Thomas Fraser-Holmes, 21, did just that today at the EnergyAustralia Championships with a 1:45.79 lifetime best in the 200m free; Cameron McEvoy on 1:46.03, four others book relay slots; solo tickets for Emily Seebohm, Belinda, Ashley Delaney Sally Foster and Samantha Marshall

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