Seebohm Overcomes Health Issues To Defend Title In Commonwealth Record 2:05.68

Emily Seebohm of Australia on her way out after winning in the women's 200m Backstroke Final during the Swimming competition held at the Duna Arena during the 17th FINA World Championships 2017 in Budapest, Hungary, 29 July 2017.

Emily Seebohm clambered out of the pool and lay on her back on poolside after she defended her 200m backstroke title in a new Oceania and Commonwealth record of 2:05.68.

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Emily Seebohm clambered out of the pool and lay on her back on poolside after she defended her 200m backstroke title in a new Oceania and Commonwealth record of 2:05.68.

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