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2021 Australian Swimming Trials: Finals Day 5

Jun 16 2021Adelaide, South AustraliaALL
Finals Day 5 includes the Men’s 200M Individual Medley & 200M Backstroke, and the Women’s 100M Freestyle & 200M Breaststroke. The Multi-Class events include both the Men’s and Women’s 50M Butterfly & 100M Backstroke. Our Commentary Team, including Giaan Rooney, will also bring you in-depth interviews and analysis, plus the team announcement for the Paras.
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  1. Replay: Finals Day 5
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    Finals Day 5 includes the Men’s 200M Individual Medley & 200M Backstroke, and the Women’s 100M Freestyle & 200M Breaststroke. The Multi-Class events include both the Men’s and Women’s 50M Butterfly & 100M Backstroke. Our Commentary Team, including Giaan Rooney, will also bring you in-depth interviews and analysis, plus the team announcement for the Paras.
  2. Men's 200M IM Final
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    Mitch Larkin has opted to concentrate on this event for the Games so expect a big result tonight. He swam a 1:59.21 to qualify in the heats and hopes to nudge his Commonwealth and Australian record tonight, which stands at 1:55.72. Se-Bom Lee, who booked his Games berth earlier in this meet in the men’s 400m IM, is through as the second fastest qualifier, and Brendon Smith is third fastest.
  3. Women's 100M Backstroke Final Multi-Class
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    Rio bronze medalist Katja Dedekind aims to go under the QT in her classification to be in consideration for selection. Jasmine Greenwood has been stellar, posting another Games qualifier in her class, and will look to go even faster tonight. 6-time Paralympic gold medalist Ellie Cole – who already achieved a QT in the 400m freestyle – is hoping to qualify in her preferred event.
  4. Men's 100M Backstroke Final Multi-Class
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    Newcomer and S14 world record holder, 20-year-old Benjamin Hance, was in sizzling form in the heats, posting a 58:11. 3-time Paralympic gold medalist Brenden Hall is through to the final and will be striving to make his fourth Games team. Timothy Hodge had a great heat swim of 1:03.40 and is just outside the QT of 1:02.91 for his classification, so he’ll be aiming to go under that mark tonight.
  5. Women's 50M Butterfly Final Multi-Class
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    21-year-old Tahlia Blanshard is the solo competitor in the event. She is hoping to make her Games debut. She swam a 37.06 in the heats this morning but will need to go under the qualifying time of 36.23 tonight in the final to be considered for the team.
  6. Men's 50M Butterfly Final Multi-Class
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    Exciting new talent Joel Mundie had an impressive heat swim this morning, posting a 34.14. This 16-year-old will be one to watch in the years to come.
  7. Women's 200M Breaststroke Final
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    Jenna Strauch recorded the fastest time of the heats and has booked pole position for the final. Abbey Harkin and Mikkayla Smith are the next fastest qualifiers, but they’ll all need to swim a sub-2:24 tonight to secure their place on July’s team.
  8. Men's 200M Backstroke Final
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    With seven-time national champion Mitch Larkin opting not to compete in this event in favour of the 200m IM, the door is wide open for newcomers. Tristan Hollard has qualified fastest for the final in 1:58.79 and is just a whisker off the QT to make the team.
  9. Men's 200M Backstroke B Final
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    Men's 200M Backstroke B Final.
  10. Women's 100M Freestyle B Final
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    Women's 100M Freestyle B Final.
  11. Women's 100M Freestyle Final
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    All four swimmers impressed in the heats and qualified for the Games. Emma McKeon led the way with McKeon right behind at 52.19, which beat Cate Campbell’s OAM wining heat swim of 52.70. Madi Wilson finished second posting the third fastest time of the day. It’s likely that the first four place-getters will be up for selection to defend Australia’s 4 x 100m relay crown at the Games.
  12. MLC: Last Lap
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    5 days down and 1 to go! The action has not disappointed as tickets to Tokyo are on the line. Tune in here for a breakdown of tonight's action as well as a preview Day 6, the last day of the trials.

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