Australia Women Run Down Canada In 4×100 Medley Relay; Bronte Campbell Splits 51.57

swims in the 2016 Australian Swimming Championships, Day 3 at the SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre in Adelaide on Monday, April 11, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Steve Christo)
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The Australia team of Seebohm (59.52), Georgia Bohl (1:06.85), Emma McKeon (56.42), and Bronte Campbell (51.57) combined for a new Games record of 3:54.36 in a tight race with Canada.

The Canadian team of Masse, Kierra Smith, Penny Oleksiak, and Taylor Ruck grabbed silver after having control of the race through the 300 thanks to splits from Masse (59.02), Smith (1:06.68), and Oleksiak (56.86), but it wasn’t enough to hold off the charging Bronte Campbell down the stretch. Ruck, to her credit, was an impressive 52.54 on the end of the relay.

Grabbing bronze was the Welsh team of Davies, Chloe Tutton, Alys Thomas, and Kathryn Greenslade in 4:00.75.

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