Seventh Wave For Emily Seebohm As She Says ‘Rio Sucked & Not Sure About Tokyo 2020’

Emily Seebohm with Minna Atherton - courtesy of Swimming Australia

Emily Seebohm, the double World backstroke champion who missed the solo podium at the Olympic Games in Rio, is set to race at least six individual events at World short-course titles next month. The meet is helping her to carry on after the disappointments of Rio 2016 but as yet the 24-year-old cannot say whether…

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Emily Seebohm, the double World backstroke champion who missed the solo podium at the Olympic Games in Rio, is set to race at least six individual events at World short-course titles next month. The meet is helping her to carry on after the disappointments of Rio 2016 but as yet the 24-year-old cannot say whether… […]

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