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Swimming Australia's World Short Course Championship team selected

1 November 2018

The Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Championships have wrapped up after three days of tight competition at the Melbourne Aquatic Centre. Following the completion of the championships, Swimming Australia have announced a 20-strong squad for the World Short Course Championships in Hangzhou, China in December.

Of the 20 swimmers selected 14 are Queenslanders, supported by the QAS.

After strong performances in Melbourne, there are seven swimmers who will be making their debut for the Australian Dolphins team in China. Four of the seven are Queenslanders Abbey Harkin, Jenna Strauch, Cameron Jones and Greyson Bell, Nicholas Brown.

Full results from the Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Championships.

Queenslanders on the World Short Course team

  • Minna Atherton—100m, 200m Backstroke
  • Grayson Bell—50m Breaststroke
  • Carla Buchanan—400m Freestyle
  • Alexander Graham—200m Freestyle
  • Madeleine Gough—800m Freestyle
  • Abbey Harkin—400m IM
  • Thomas Fraser-Holmes—400m IM
  • Cameron Jones—50m Freestyle
  • Mitchell Larkin—200m IM, 200m Backstroke
  • Cameron McEvoy—100m Freestyle
  • Emily Seebohm—100m, 200m Backstroke
  • Jenna Strauch—200m Breaststroke
  • Ariarne Titmus—400m, 800m Freestyle
  • Louis Townsend—100m Freestyle
Last updated
1 November 2018