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Australian Men Also Dominate at World Cup I -- January 5, 1997

The young Australian men's team also dominated the opening leg of the World Cup Series in Hong Kong.

The Australians finished the two-day meet with nine gold medals while the Chinese women collected seven.

Michael Klim, 19, led the Australian assault on the second day by adding gold medals in the 200m freestyle and the 100m butterfly to the two titles he won on Saturday. Klim trains alongside the "Russian Rocket" Alexander Popov at the world-famous Australian Institute of Sport (AIS).

Adrian Radley added the 50m backstroke and 200m backstroke titles to the 100m backstroke he won on Saturday. Matthew Dunn took the 200m individual medley for his second gold.