Australia’s best swimmers on their way to the Coast for Comm Games swim trials

Carrara has just hosted the Commonwealth Games athletics trials, and now it’s time for our best swimmers to book their spot in the Australian team ahead of April’s event.

Next week, the biggest names in Australian swimming will light up the night at the Optus Aquatic Centre in Southport as they compete for selection over four days and nights (Feb 28-March 3).

Veteran superfish Cam McEvoy, James Roberts, Cate and Bronte Campbell, as well as Emily Seebohm, Mack Horton and James Magnussen will all dive in alongside a bunch of young hopefuls, hoping qualify for Australia’s first Commonwealth Games in 12 years.


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If you didn’t snag tickets to the Com Games swimming events, this will be the next best thing, as excitement builds just weeks out from the global showdown.

An added bonus is Centre Lane, the food and entertainment precinct that will be set up for guests needing a bite to eat, or to stretch their legs.

Get your tickets via Ticketek so you don’t miss out!

Daily event highlights:
Night 1 – Emma McKeon & Ariarne Titmus (200m freestyle); Emily Seebohm, Madi Wilson, Sian Whittaker and Minna Atherton (100m backstroke); Cam McEvoy, Kyle Chalmers & Mack Horton (200m freestyle)

Night 2 – Cate & Bronte Campbell, Emma McKeon, Brit Elmslie & Shayna Jack (100m freestyle); Kyle Chalmers, Cam McEvoy, James Magnussen & James Roberts (100m freestyle)

Night 3 – Emma McKeon and Maddie Groves (100m butterfly); Mitch Larkin and Josh Beaver (200m backstroke); Jess Ashwood and Ariarne Titmus (800m freestyle)

Night 4 – Cate & Bronte Campbell, Brit Elmslie & Shayna Jack (50m freestyle); Kyle Chalmers, Cam McEvoy, James Magnussen & James Roberts (50m freestyle); Mack Horton (1500m freestyle)

 

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