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2021 Australian Swimming Trials: Finals Day 6

Jun 17 2021Adelaide, South AustraliaALL
Finals Day 6 includes the Men’s 50M Freestyle, 100M Butterfly & 1500M Freestyle, as well as the Women’s 50M and 800M Freestyle, and the 200M Backstroke. Our commentary team including Nicole Livingstone, Annabelle Williams and Matthew White will guide you through the back-to-back races as well as in-depth interviews and coverage of the final team announcement.
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  1. Replay: Finals Day 6
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    Finals Day 6 includes the Men’s 50M Freestyle, 100M Butterfly & 1500M Freestyle, as well as the Women’s 50M and 800M Freestyle, and the 200M Backstroke. Our commentary team including Nicole Livingstone, Annabelle Williams and Matthew White will guide you through the back-to-back races as well as in-depth interviews and coverage of the final team announcement.
  2. Women's 200M Backstroke Final
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    3-Time world champ Emily Seebohm OAM, who qualified in the 100m, posted the fastest time in heats. Kaylee McKeown, winner of the 100m backstroke and the 200m IM, qualified second fastest. Expect McKeown to step up a gear and shave seconds from her time. McKeown posted the fourth fastest time in history with her 2:04.31 swim at the recent Sydney Open meet.
  3. Women's 200M Backstroke B Final
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    Women's 200M Backstroke B Final
  4. Men's 100M Butterfly B Final
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    Men's 100M Butterfly B Final
  5. Men's 100M Butterfly Final
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    The most anticipated race of the trials for many is finally here. Cody Simpson stepped up to the block in the heats and he delivered. Simpson, the former pop star and national age champion, has received more attention than any other swimmer in the lead-up to these trials. He clocked a personal best and was fast enough to qualify in sixth place for the final.
  6. Women's 800M Freestyle Final
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    Ariarne Titmus has broken a record in every final she has competed in, booking her spot on the team in the 200m and 400m freestyle. Titmus is the seventh fastest swimmer in history in the 800m freestyle. In the battle for the podium, Maddy Gough and Kiah Melverton, who finished one-two in the 1500m on Night 5, look set to set to push Titmus all the way.
  7. Women's 50M Freestyle B Final
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    Women's 50M Freestyle B Final
  8. Women's 50M Freestyle Final
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    It’s the women’s splash-and-dash and Cate Campbell OAM made it known she is still queen in the heats this morning. Campbell, who qualified last night in the 100m, won her heat in 24.04. In-form Emma McKeon won her heat in commanding fashion, posting 24.46. Holly Barratt, 33, is the third fastest qualifier for tonight’s final in 24.51.
  9. Men's 50M Freestyle Final
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    It promises to be a thriller this evening that will be over in 22 seconds or less. Incredibly, less than half a second splits the field of eight. Grayson Bell is the equal fastest qualifier with Cameron McAvoy after both posted 22.08 in their heats. McAvoy, is the third fastest Australian of all time in this event and will be keen to secure an individual swim at the Games.
  10. Men's 50M Freestyle B Final
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    Men's 50M Freestyle B Final
  11. Men's 1500M Freestyle Final
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    The holy grail of events for Australian men’s swimming, the field is led by Rio Olympian and Commonwealth games gold medalist Jack McLoughlin. He narrowly missed the final in Rio in this event. Thomas Neill, who failed to qualify in the 800m, will be striving to qualify here in the 1500m. Neill has posted one sub-15-minute swim and will need a personal best to qualify.
  12. MLC Last Lap
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    The Trials are complete and Australia's best have punched their tickets to Tokyo. Join our panel of experts as they relive the highs and lows of this thrilling six day event.

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