Australian Dolphins

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Jessica Hansen

Nunawading Swin Club

A member of the Dolphins leadership team, Hansen trains at Nunawading under Scott Talbot.

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Jorden Merrilees

Melbourne Vicentre

Merrilees made his Dolphins debut in 2018 at the World Short Course Championships.

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Kai Edwards

TSS Aquatics

TSS Aquatics swimmer Kai Edwards debuted at the 2019 World Championships.

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Kareena Lee

Noosa

Tackling waves head on, Lee is one of Australia’s most dominant female open water swimmers.

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Katherine Downie

Perth City Swim Club

Downie possess an impressive resume, claiming two Paralympic gold medals in 2012.

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Katja Dedekind

USC Spartans

At her debut Paralympic outing in Rio 2016, Dedekind proudly returned home with a bronze medal.

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Kaylee McKeown

USC Spartans

A backstroke specialist, McKeown is one of the youngest members of the Dolphins team.

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Keira Stephens

Fraser Coast Swim Club

Stephens made her Dolphins debut in 2018 at the Para Pan Pacs.

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Kiah Melverton

TSS Aquatic

Long distance specialist Kiah Melverton trains on the Gold Coast with Chris Nesbit at TSS Aquatics.

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