Wilson Sails Under 2:10 For Kazan 200 Back Crown

Madison Wilson [photo: courtesy Swimming Australia]

Australia has a new backstroke name to contend with in senior international waters. The Univesiade 200m crown went to a swimmer who once broke her arm in several places when falling into an empty pool: Australia’s Madison Wilson fared better today in Kazan, on a lifetime best of 2:09.22; dash ‘fly podiums include shared gold, shared bronze and five national records

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Australia has a new backstroke name to contend with in senior international waters. The Univesiade 200m crown went to a swimmer who once broke her arm in several places when falling into an empty pool: Australia’s Madison Wilson fared better today in Kazan, on a lifetime best of 2:09.22; dash ‘fly podiums include shared gold, shared bronze and five national records

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Aunty Polly

so proud of you! Well done love Aunty Polly and the Andrews xx oo

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