It Being Southern Summer, Cate Campbell Is Where The Season Sizzles, At 24.15

Cate and Bronte Campbell - courtesy of Swimming Australia

It being southern summer, there’s no stopping Cate Campbell: 24.15, not a bad opening gambit for dashing about in 2018. In stopping the clock before all others at NSW titles in Sydney, site Bronte closest on 24.71, the pioneering Australian freestyle sprinter matched the state championships record established by Libby Trickett in the last season of shiny suits back in 2009. In other action, Emma McKeon registers a 57-point in the 100 ‘fly and Kaylee McKeown, 16, a 59.6 in the 100 back

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It being southern summer, there’s no stopping Cate Campbell: 24.15, not a bad opening gambit for dashing about in 2018. In stopping the clock before all others at NSW titles in Sydney, site Bronte closest on 24.71, the pioneering Australian freestyle sprinter matched the state championships record established by Libby Trickett in the last season of shiny suits back in 2009. In other action, Emma McKeon registers a 57-point in the 100 ‘fly and Kaylee McKeown, 16, a 59.6 in the 100 back

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