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Kaylee McKeown breaks 200m backstroke short course world record at virtual Australian swimming titles – ABC News

Not being able to see most of her competitors — who were swimming in other cities — does not stop Queensland’s Kaylee McKeown setting a new world record at the…



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Tokyo Olympic hopeful Kaylee McKeown has confirmed her rich vein of form by claiming a 200 metres backstroke short-course world record at the virtual Australian national championships in Brisbane.

  • The COVID-19 pandemic forced this year’s Australian national short course swimming titles to be held as a virtual event
  • Swimmers are competing simultaneously at venues in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Hobart
  • World championship 200m backstroke silver medallist Kaylee McKeown showed her strength in…

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