Johansson Makes Her Mark In The Morning

David McKeon (Courtesy of Swimming Australia)

Jennie Johansson, now based Down Under, set a Swedish record of 1:06.68 in the 100 breaststroke heats at the the EnergyAustralia Swimming Championships in Adelaide this morning; James Magnussen enters the 200 free fray as David McKeon (pictured) follows up on that 3:43.71

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Jennie Johansson, now based Down Under, set a Swedish record of 1:06.68 in the 100 breaststroke heats at the the EnergyAustralia Swimming Championships in Adelaide this morning; James Magnussen enters the 200 free fray as David McKeon (pictured) follows up on that 3:43.71

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