Mireia Belmonte Set For World S/C Titles Defence As Australia Announces Its Squad

Mireia Belmonte on her way to gold in Rio as the first Spanish woman ever to claim an Olympic swimming title - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Australia has selected just six Olympic teamsters, Mitch Larkin, Emily Seebohm, David Morgan, Brittany Elmslie, Jessica Ashwood and Dan Smith for the world short-course titles in Windsor next month, while Spain’s team will be headed by Olympic 200m butterfly champion Mireia Belmonte.

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Australia has selected just six Olympic teamsters, Mitch Larkin, Emily Seebohm, David Morgan, Brittany Elmslie, Jessica Ashwood and Dan Smith for the world short-course titles in Windsor next month, while Spain’s team will be headed by Olympic 200m butterfly champion Mireia Belmonte.

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ITR

Do you have a link to AUS results, Craig? I’m curious what McEvoy swam in the 100 free/how he split it, after not training much since Rio.

Craig Lord

Here it is ITR:

1 MCEVOY, CAMERON 22 BOND 47.45 46.19A 920
r:+0.58 10.40 21.97 (11.57)
33.97 (12.00) 46.19 (12.22)
http://liveresults.swimming.org.au/SAL/2016sc/

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