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Fractions proved the difference for two New Zealand swimmers chasing semifinals on the penultimate day of the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.
Swimming at her sixth successive FINA World Championships Australia’s backstroke queen Emily Seebohm exceeded all expectations as she stormed home in the last lap
There were no additions to New Zealand swimmers qualifying for semifinals and finals on day six of the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.
Defending world champion Emily Seebohm has set a sizzling time in the women’s 200m backstroke semi-finals on night six at the Duna Arena, to move through as the fastest qualifier for tomorrow
Australia’s young 4x200m freestyle relay team have put together a stellar swim in the heats to qualify fastest for tonight’s final in 7:05.68.
Florida-based Corey Main could not repeat his earlier heroics to earn a second final at the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.
Australia’s rich history in international relays continued tonight as the women’s 4x200m freestyle team demonstrated true grit when the quartet of Madison Wilson, Emma McKeon, Kotuku Ngawati
After an admirable eight races in just four days of competition at the Duna Arena in Budapest, Emma McKeon is showing no signs of slowing down and Australia’s own Iron Lady has collected an individual total of four silver medals so far.
Rio Olympian Bradlee Ashby set a New Zealand record on the way to his best performance of a young career at the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.
World Masters Games 2017 in New Zealand has announced an event surplus, subject to final audit, of approximately $800,000.