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2021 Australian Swimming Trials: Finals Day 2

Jun 13 2021Adelaide, South AustraliaALL
On Finals Day 2 the Multi-Class swimmers compete in the Men’s and Women’s 100M Butterfly & 50M Freestyle, as well as the Men’s 50M Breaststroke. In the Men’s competition the 100M Backstroke & 200M Freestyle are contested, whilst the Women’s events include the 100M Breaststroke, 100M Backstroke & 400M Freestyle, along with in-depth interviews & analysis from our Commentary Team.
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  1. Replay: Finals Day 2
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    On Finals Day 2 the Multi-Class swimmers compete in the Men’s and Women’s 100M Butterfly & 50M Freestyle, as well as the Men’s 50M Breaststroke. In the Men’s competition the 100M Backstroke & 200M Freestyle are contested, whilst the Women’s events include the 100M Breaststroke, 100M Backstroke & 400M Freestyle, along with in-depth interviews & analysis from our Commentary Team.
  2. Women's 100M Backstroke Final
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    Rising star Kaylee McKeown qualified fastest for the final, can she break her own Australian record? Can Madison Wilson pull off the upset? Both went under the qualifying mark in heats, but don’t discount three-time Olympian Emily Seebohm who is hoping to qualify for her fourth Games....
  3. Womens 100M Backstroke B Final
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    Womens 100M Backstroke B Final.
  4. Women's 100M Butterfly Final Multi-Class
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    Twenty-year-old Paige Leonhardt (S14) leads the field in this race and heads into the final with the highest point score and another Games qualifying time.
  5. Men's 100M Butterfly Final Multi-Class
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    One of the most exciting events on the program. William Martin (S9), 20, broke his own world record of 58.28 in the heats when he clocked 57.73, so what can he produce tonight?
  6. Women's 100M Breaststroke B Final
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    Women's 100M Breaststroke B Final.
  7. Women's 100M Breaststroke Final
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    Gold Coast powerhouse Chelsea Hodges qualified fastest from heats, but this shapes as a great showdown, with Jenna Strauch and Jessica Hansen also going under the qualifying time.
  8. Men's 50M Freestyle Final Multi-Class
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    The sprint dash is one of the feature events. One to watch here is S10 powerhouse Rowan Crothers who was spectacular timing in at 23.94 in the heats this morning.
  9. Men's 100M Backstroke B Final
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    Men's 100M Backstroke B Final.
  10. Men's 100M Backstroke Final
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    Two-time world champion and dual Olympian Mitch Larkin has dominated this event since 2014 and he is shaping up to claim line honours tonight after a commanding swim in the heats this morning. He enters the final after pacing the field with a 53.04.
  11. Women's 400M Freestyle Final
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    Ariarne Titmus showed she is getting back to her best after an injury last year and the world champion was the fastest in the heats. The future of Australia’s middle-distance swimming looks bright with Leah Neale second fastest and world junior champion Lani Pallister ranked third fastest. All three were under the qualifying mark in heats.
  12. Women's 50M Freestyle Final Multi-Class
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    There are two standouts in this race: S13 Katja Dedekind went under the qualifying time this morning, while 17-year-old newcomer Kirralee Hayes powered home right on the team qualification time.
  13. Men's 50M Breaststroke Final Multi-Class
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    This is the main event for popular Paralympic figure, SB2-classified Grant “Scooter” Patterson who bettered the qualifying time in heats. Tonight’s race also features his best mate, the remarkable 29-year-old, two-time SB3 Paralympian, Ahmed Kelly.
  14. Men's 200M Freestyle B Final
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    Men's 200M Freestyle B Final.
  15. Men's 200M Freestyle Final
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    The stage is set for the big showdown tonight. Alex Graham is the fastest qualifier from the heats, while Night 1 400M Free qualifier Elijah Winnington is close behind. Three-time Australian champion and Olympic 100m champion Kyle Chalmers had a commanding swim to win his heat. This will be a classic...
  16. MLC Last Lap
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    Get the breakdown of tonight's finals and a preview of Day 3 of the Trials right here!

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