Campbell Sisters Go 1-2 in 100 Free, Bronte Campbell Earns Record

Photo Courtesy: Delly Carr/Swimming Australia Ltd.

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The Australian sprinter sisters were back at it again, this time, making waves in the 100 free final. Bronte Campbell (52.27) and Cate Campbell (52.69) earned gold and silver, respectively with the gold medalist earned herself a new Commonwealth Games record.

Earning a bronze medal for Canada was Taylor Ruck who swam a time of 53.08.

Rounding out the final in eighth was England’s Anna Hopkin who touched in 55.03.

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