Swimming Australia Open Water Swimming Championships

Swimming Australia Open Water Swimming Championships

The top 5 results from the Swimming Australia Open Water Swimming Championships Eastern Beach in Geelong. The event also served the selection event for the 2014 Junior Pan Pacific Championships Team that will compete against the Japanese, Americans, Canadians, New Zealanders and others in Hawaii this September:

Photo shows Emily Seymour who won the 17-18 age group.

14-year-old Boys 10 km
1. Jack Brazier 2:03:05.58
2. Cormac Guthrie 2:09:41.84
3. Callum Lauriston 2:15:14.51
4. Bayden Botha 2:17:44.68
5. Jacob Steven 2:21:25.19

14-year-old Girls 10 km
1. Bianca Crisp 2:14:27.02
2. Sheree Farrell 2:20:08.98
3. Victoria Carta 2:21:52.64
4. Hannah Payne 2:23:59.47
5. Megan Stephens 2:27:07.67

15-year-old Boys 10 km
1. Bradley Woodward 2:05:39.75
2. Daniel McConnell 2:05:55.61
3. Bailey Armstrong 2:07:17.35
4. Luke Harris 2:09:46.49
5. Ryan Gowty 2:11:58.20

15-year-old Girls 10 km
1. Chelsea Gubecka 2:09:17.37
2. Grace Hull 2:09:51.02
3. Sarah Thompson 2:10:55.93
4. Phoebe Hines 2:11:42.56
5. Jade De Beer 2:21:49.62

16-year-old Boys 10 km
1. Brett Fielding 2:02:40.83
2. Dean Wilson 2:05:50.04
3. Kurt Hogan 2:06:14.42
4. Benjamin Freeman 2:09:14.75
5. Lachlan May 2:10:14.82

16-year-old Girls 10 km
1. Sacha Downing 2:09:47.07
2. Suzanne Ryan 2:11:29.95
3. Renee Holdstock 2:14:16.39 4. Kiana Tiller 2:15:01.43
5. Abbey Jones 2:22:04.78

17-18 Boys 10 km
1. Lachlan Colquhoun 2:02:11.57
2. William Rollo 2:02:40.85
3. Ethan Owens 2:02:55.03
4. Marcus Hall 2:03:10.67
5. Harry Smith 2:05:09.06

17-18-year-old Girls 10 km
1. Emily Seymour 2:10:43.27
2. Emma Payne 2:11:45.33
3. Sarah McNevin 2:14:29.86
4. Holly Dever 2:14:31.28
5. Alexandra Emery 2:20:14.35

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