Australian Dolphins

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Braeden Jason

USC Spartans

The Sunshine Coast's Jason secured three international golds at the 2018 Para Pan Pacs in Cairns.

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Brenden Hall

Burpengary Regional Aquatic Leisure Centre

One of Australia’s most decorated Paralympians, Hall has claimed three Paralympic golds.

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Brianna Throssell

UWA West Coast

Throssell won gold at the 2018 Comm Games – her first top honour on the international stage.

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Bronte Campbell

Knox Pymble Swim Club

One half of the Campbell sisters, Bronte is a world record holder and Olympic champion.

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Cameron Jones

St Peters Western

A sprint freestyle and butterfly specialist, Jones made his first senior Australian team in 2018.

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Cameron McEvoy

TSS Aquatic

Since breaking onto the international swimming scene in 2011 McEvoy has won a number of gold medals.

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Cate Campbell

Knox Pymble Swim Club

A member of the Dolphins leadership group, Campbell is a multiple Olympian and dual gold medallist.

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Chelsea Gubecka

Yeronga Park Swimming Club

Displaying her dominance, Gubecka is a five-time winner of the Women’s 10km Open national title.

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Clyde Lewis

St Peters Western

Clyde won his first gold medal in the Men's 400m Individual Medley at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

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