Dolphins in the News: 29 March 2021

28 March 2021
Dolphins in the news

29 MARCH

UQ Sporting Scholarship recipients on the road to Tokyo

Six-time Paralympic Swimming medallist Lakeisha Patterson OAM’s preparations for the Tokyo Paralympic Games have been boosted by a University of Queensland Sporting Scholarship. Click here for the full story. 

'For an Olympic cycle you don't just prepare a year out': How COVID-19 delayed Ariarne Titmus' quest for gold

The 20-year old swimmer opens up on how she felt when the Games were delayed, her training since, that shoulder injury and her hopes for Tokyo. Click here for the full story.

Cate Campbell on Sunrise talking Tokyo Preparations

Swimming sensation Cate Campbell and Rugby Sevens superstar Ellia Green joined Kochie and Nat at Brekky Central to chat about how they're preparing. Click here for the full story.



Kaylee McKeown and Emma McKeon Light Up NSW State Championships in Sydney

Tokyo Olympic hope Kaylee McKeown and Rio star Emma McKeon have both started their 2021 NSW State Championship campaigns in blistering fashion at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre. Click here for the full story. 

Merewether's Meg Bailey strikes gold at NSW State Open as she continues quest to make Tokyo Olympics

Merewether swimmer Meg Bailey said "speed work" would now be on the agenda as she looks to "chip away" at qualifying standards for this year's Tokyo Olympics fresh from claiming dual gold medals at the NSW State Open. Click here for the full story.

 

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