Gemma Cooney Slices 100 ‘Fly Best Back to 59.5 For Queensland State Age Title

Gemma Cooney, courtesy of Swimming Australia

Beyond the fast pace of those vying for Olympic berths over 100m butterfly among women next year, one of the things that catches the eye in the Australian top 10 for 2015 is the steady rise of a girl not long born when Sydney 2000 was making the headlines: Gemma Cooney, up to No 6 at home today with a dominant 59.58 win in the two-lapper at Queensland State titles.

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Beyond the fast pace of those vying for Olympic berths over 100m butterfly among women next year, one of the things that catches the eye in the Australian top 10 for 2015 is the steady rise of a girl not long born when Sydney 2000 was making the headlines: Gemma Cooney, up to No 6 at home today with a dominant 59.58 win in the two-lapper at Queensland State titles.

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