Our Highlights from Hungary

Our Highlights from Hungary

Emma McKeon making history as she became the first Australian female swimmer to win six medals at a World Championships event.

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Emily Seebohm winning Gold in the 200m backstroke in an Australian record time of 2:05.68

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Mack Horton winning bronze in the 1500m freestyle – the first time an Australian has been on the podium in that event at a World Championship meet since 2005.

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Emily Seebohm winning bronze in the 100m backstroke.

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16-year-old Ariarne Titmus winning her first lomg-course international medal after anchoring the 4x200m freestyle relay.

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16-year-old Kaylee McKeown finishing fourth in the 200m backstroke and setting a new World Junior record.

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Grant Irvine finding his hidden speed, dropping 0.31 of a second off his PB to clock 51.00 in the 100m butterfly final – a time that would have won silver (and beat Michael Phelps) in Rio.

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Our oldest Rookie – and Dolphins team member - Holly Barratt, collecting not just one but three PBs at the event.

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Our mixed 4x100m medley relay team collected a silver medal – not bad for the first time Australia has ever raced in this event on the world stage

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The mixed open water relay finishing an unexpected fourth place in the world! An amazing result for the team made up of three rookies Jack McLoughlin, Jack Brazier and Kiah Melverton and two time world champ representative Kareena Lee.

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