Kyle Chalmers, Aussie Prince Who Forced Abdication Of Sprint Kings, Begins His Reign

Kyle Chalmers by Patrick B. Kraemer

The Rio 2016 Olympics long gone, the Paralympics about to wave farewell to Rio, SwimVortex continues its look at the reflections of those who stepped up to the podium at the Games in August, at the things that flowed from success and  plans already made for the follow-up. After the men’s 50m freestyle and Anthony…

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The Rio 2016 Olympics long gone, the Paralympics about to wave farewell to Rio, SwimVortex continues its look at the reflections of those who stepped up to the podium at the Games in August, at the things that flowed from success and  plans already made for the follow-up. After the men’s 50m freestyle and Anthony… […]

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