World-Title Tickets For Kiwis Corey Main, Helena Gasson and Emma Robinson

Corey Main - by Ian MacNicol

Corey Main led the speed test as three 2016 New Zealand Olympic team members made the cut for world titles at the Open Championships in Auckland today. Howick Pakuranga’s Main, on 1:58.00 in the 200m backstroke, Helena Gasson, and Emma Robinson all raced inside the selection standards to race for New Zealand at the World Championships in Budapest tin July. The Youth Commonwealth Games and the World University Games are also in focus for those racing in Auckland

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Corey Main led the speed test as three 2016 New Zealand Olympic team members made the cut for world titles at the Open Championships in Auckland today. Howick Pakuranga’s Main, on 1:58.00 in the 200m backstroke, Helena Gasson, and Emma Robinson all raced inside the selection standards to race for New Zealand at the World Championships in Budapest tin July. The Youth Commonwealth Games and the World University Games are also in focus for those racing in Auckland

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