Australian Dolphins

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Kotuku Ngawati

Melbourne Vicentre

‘Koti’ made her first senior team at 16 and qualified for her maiden Olympic team in 2016.

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Kyle Chalmers

Marion Swimming Club

Chalmers was an Olympic gold medallist at 18-years-old after winning the Men’s 100m Freestyle.

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Lakeisha Patterson

Belgravia Swim Team

At her first Paralympic Games, ‘Lucky’ claimed two gold medals and set world records in both races.

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Laura Taylor

TSS Aquatic

On her first outing as a Dolphin, Taylor secured a silver medal at the 2018 Gold Coast Comm Games.

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Leah Neale


Neale made her Dolphins debut at the world championships in 2015.

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Leiston Pickett

Southport Olympic

An experienced Dolphin, Pickett first represented Australia in 2010.

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Liam Schluter

Kawana Waters Swimming Club

An up and comer on the Dolphins team, Schluter has already claimed a Comm Games silver medal.

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Logan Powell

USC Spartans

After breaking Brenden Hall's state and schools' age records, Powell is packed with potential.

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Louis Townsend


An emerging swimmer, Townsend has represented Australia multiple times on the international stage.

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