Australian Dolphins

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Chloe Gubecka

Kawana Waters Swimming Club

Chloe Gubecka is debuted as a Dolphin at the 2019 World Champs.

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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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Daniel Fox

TSS Aquatics

A dual Paralympian and two-time Comm Games representative, Fox has a plethora of medals to his name.

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David Morgan

TSS Aquatic

Originally hailing from Wales, Morgan returned from the Rio Games with a bronze medal to his name.

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Elijah Winnington

Bond

Winnington won his first Commonwealth Games gold medal in 2018, fittingly in his hometown.

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Ellie Cole

Knox Pymble Swim Club

One of Australia’s most decorated Paralympians, Cole has 15 Paralympic medals to her name.

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Emily Seebohm

Brisbane Grammar

Claiming 53 international medals - and still counting - Seebohm's career is illustrious.

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Emma McKeon

Griffith University

The smiling assassin of the pool, McKeon has set a plethora of World and Commonwealth Games Records.

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Grant Irvine

UWA West Coast

Swimming since the tender age of 12, Irvine’s passion for swimming runs deep.

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