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2021 Australian Swimming Trials: Finals Day 4

Jun 15 2021Adelaide, South AustraliaALL
Olympic & Paralympic medalists Grant Hackett, Nicole Livingstone, Giaan Rooney and Annabelle Williams, and sporting journalists Jon Harker and Matthew White provide expert commentary for the Men’s and Women’s 100M Breaststroke & 100M Freestyle Multi-Class events on Finals Day 4. The Women’s 200M Butterfly and 1500M Freestyle and the Men’s 100M Freestyle and 200M Breaststroke events also feature.
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  1. Replay: Finals Day 4
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    Olympic & Paralympic medalists Grant Hackett, Nicole Livingstone, Giaan Rooney and Annabelle Williams, and sporting journalists Jon Harker and Matthew White provide expert commentary for the Men’s and Women’s 100M Breaststroke & 100M Freestyle Multi-Class events on Finals Day 4. The Women’s 200M Butterfly and 1500M Freestyle and the Men’s 100M Freestyle and 200M Breaststroke events also feature.
  2. Men's 200M Breaststroke Final
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    Matt Wilson qualified fastest for tonight’s final while Zac Stubblety-Cook, who won the 100m breaststroke on Night 1, was close behind. Both were outside the qualifying time in heats, but will they have what it takes tonight?
  3. Women's 100M Breaststroke Final Multi-Class
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    Rising NSW star Ashley Van Rijswijk is in a great position to post a qualifying time after a strong performance in the heats. Tiffany Thomas-Kane is the defending Paralympic champion and this morning swam under the qualifying mark along with Kiera Stephens. Both will be out to beat their times tonight.
  4. Men's 100M Breaststroke Final Multi-Class
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    Queenslander Jake Michel had a sizzling swim in the heats recording a new Australian record of 1:05.64 while going under the qualifying mark. Dolphin leader Blake Cochrane also swam a qualifying time in his pet event. Four-time Paralympian Matt Levy was just a whisker off the time this morning and aims to get under the mark tonight. The field also includes two-time Paralympian Ahmed Kelly.
  5. Women's 200M Butterfly B Final
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    Women's 200M Butterfly B Final.
  6. Women's 200M Butterfly Final
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    17-year-old Elizabeth Dekkers of Brisbane comes in hot after leading the pack in the qualifier in the heats. Joining her in the finals is Brianna Throssell, who made the finals in Rio and posted the third fastest time of the heats. She must produce the race of her career to make the team.
  7. Men's 100M Freestyle B Final Multi-Class
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    Men's 100M Freestyle B Final Multi-Class.
  8. Men's 100M Freestyle Final Multi-Class
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    This event is open to all classes. 23-year-old Paralympian and world record holder Rowan Crothers had a strong performance in heats and booked lane 4 in the final tonight. He must improve on his team and hit the qualifying mark of 52.08 to earn a trip to the Games. He is joined by Rio teammate, Braedan Jason in the final who posted an impressive 53.43 in the heats.
  9. Women's 100M Freestyle B Final Multi-Class
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    Women's 100M Freestyle B Final Multi-Class.
  10. Women's 100M Freestyle Final Multi-Class
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    On a high after breaking the Australian record in her classification not once but twice yesterday, Jasmine Greenwood is through to the final of the 100m free tonight. She is less than a second off the QT mark to be in consideration for this event at the Games.
  11. Men's 100M Freestyle B Final
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    Men's 100M Freestyle B Final.
  12. Men's 100M Freestyle Final
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    Defending Olympic champion and hometown hero Kyle Chalmers blitzed the field in the heats this morning posting the fastest time of 48.58. Comfort won't be an issue as he is competing in his home pool and focused on winning one of the two individual spots for the Games. Joining Kyle in the field is Zac Incerti who qualifed second fastest and Alexander Graham who was right behind him in third.
  13. Women's 1500M Freestyle Final
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    This event will make its debut at the Games. Australia’s fastest female distance swimmers will go head-to-head in the gruelling 1500m. The top eight will race tonight in a timed final. Madeleine Gough, Kiah Melverton and Moesha Johnson will all be in the mix, along with open water swimmer Kareena Lee, who has already secured her spot to the Games racing in the open water 10km event.
  14. MLC Last Lap
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    We are through 4 Days of Trials and the pressure is mounting to earn a trip to Tokyo. Join our panel of experts as they breakdown the highs and lows of the Night 4 and preview the action coming up in Day 5.

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