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SWIMMING: Alicia Coutts was rewarded for her standout performance at the London Olympics as she claimed her second Australian swimmer of the year award on Saturday night.
SWIMMING: The Australian team of Bronte Barratt, Melanie Schlanger, Kylie Palmer and Alicia Coutts have put up a brave fight in the battle to defend their Olympic 4x200m freestyle relay title before going down to a white hot USA team.
SWIMMING: Rarely have not one but two silver linings so completely failed to clear the cloud. James Magnussen was devastated after losing the blue-ribbon 100m freestyle final to American Nathan Adrian by one one-hundredth of a second, barely the blink of an eye.
SWIMMING: Alicia Coutts has completed a full hand of Olympic medals - gold, silver and bronze - and probably deserves another one for sportsmanlike diplomacy.
SWIMMING: On the second night of swimming finals at the Aquatic Centre, Alicia Coutts won bronze in the butterfly and then Christian Sprenger won silver in the 100m breaststroke. Event by event wrap below:
SWIMMING: First night of finals at the London Aquatic Centre and Australia featured in all four finals and swam to a sensational gold in the final event of the session the women's 4x100m relay final.
SWIMMING: Thomas Fraser-Holmes, Ryan Napoleon, Stephanie Rice and the women's 4x100m relay team have progressed to final on Saturday night in London.
The most talked about shoulder in world swimming - and Stephanie Rice's mettle - will be put to the ultimate test as Australia look to create early momentum in the pool at the London Olympics.
Home to the likes of Wayne Rooney, Alex Fergusson, and Oasis, the Australian Swim Team will also be Manchester locals in the lead up to the Games, with all 45 pool swimmers having now arrived for the traditional pre-Olympic staging camp.