Kyle Chalmers Fighting Fit Up On Kosciuszko In First Season After Olympian Height

Kyle Chalmers - courtesy of Swimming Australia

Kyle Chalmers, who stamped his ticket to the pantheon of Olympic heights as 100m freestyle champion in Rio last year, appears to thrive up where the air is rare. As part of his drive to be fighting fit come Australian World-title trials and nationals next month, the teenager sprint ace has been hiking up Mount Kosciuszko in the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales in between pool and gym sessions on an 11-day training camp at Thredbo. Roll on trials in his first season racing with the biggest title in tow.

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Kyle Chalmers, who stamped his ticket to the pantheon of Olympic heights as 100m freestyle champion in Rio last year, appears to thrive up where the air is rare. As part of his drive to be fighting fit come Australian World-title trials and nationals next month, the teenager sprint ace has been hiking up Mount Kosciuszko in the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales in between pool and gym sessions on an 11-day training camp at Thredbo. Roll on trials in his first season racing with the biggest title in tow.

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