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The 2017 FINA World Championships in Budapest has wrapped up with the Australian Dolphins Swim Team adding two bronze medals to their tally through distance swimmer Mack Horton and the women’s 4x100m medley relay team to leave Hungary with ten medals; one gold, five silver and four bronze.
Swimming at her sixth successive FINA World Championships Australia’s backstroke queen Emily Seebohm exceeded all expectations as she stormed home in the last lap of the women’s 200m backstroke to overpower and out-touch hometown hero, Katinka Hosszu and retain her world title from 2015.
Australia’s rich history in international relays continued last night as the women’s 4x200m freestyle team demonstrated true grit when the quartet of Madison Wilson, Emma McKeon, Kotuku Ngawati and Ariarne Titmus combined to bag the bronze medal in sensational style.
After an admirable eight races in just four days of competition at the Duna Arena in Budapest, Emma McKeon is showing no signs of slowing down and Australia’s own Iron Lady has collected an individual total of four silver medals so far.
The Australian Dolphins Swim Team have won two silver medals and introduced the world to their next generation of stars on the opening night of competition at the Duna Arena in Budapest, for the 2017 FINA World Championship
The 31-strong Australian Dolphins Swim Team will dive head on into the 17th FINA World Championships in Budapest this weekend with confidence they are race ready to take on the world.
A host of Australian swimming super stars have lit up the pool on the opening night of the Australian Swimming Championships at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre.
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2017, we take a look at some of the ground-breaking sporting moments from our top female athletes.
Olympic rowing gold medallist, Kim Brennan, and our golden Women’s 7s rugby team are among 22 Olympic athletes included on the Australia Day Honours list.