Watanabe & McKeon Set The Pace; Dash Ranks Toppers From Johansson & Seebohm

Kanako Watanabe, of Japan, by Patrick B. Kraemer

Kanako Watanabe, of Japan, split the top two 2:10s at the helm of the world 200m medley world rankings with a strong 2:10.76 victory at NSW State Titles; Emma McKeon leads 200 free in 1:56, with Bronte Barratt and Brittany Elmslie just beyond 1:57; Jennie Johansson and Emily Seebohm take helm of dash world ranks

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Kanako Watanabe, of Japan, split the top two 2:10s at the helm of the world 200m medley world rankings with a strong 2:10.76 victory at NSW State Titles; Emma McKeon leads 200 free in 1:56, with Bronte Barratt and Brittany Elmslie just beyond 1:57; Jennie Johansson and Emily Seebohm take helm of dash world ranks

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Majer99

Matt Wilson time in the 200 breast is an Aust 16 yrs age record.

Craig Lord

Thanks M99

Verram

We need more male breastrokers to come through!

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