Swimming World Championships 2015

Australian team finished 7th on the medal table and won 30 medals –¬† 9 gold, 8 silver and 13 bronze medals.

Medallists

Australian Team

Men

  • Michael Anderson – S10
  • Timothy Antalfy – S13
  • Jesse Aungles -S8
  • Blake Cochrane – S8
  • Timothy Disken – S9
  • Daniel Fox – S14
  • Brenden Hall – S9
  • Guy Harrison-Murray – S10
  • Timothy Hodge – S9
  • Braedan Jason – S13
  • Ahmed Kelly – S4
  • Matthew Levy – S7
  • Grant Patterson – S3
  • Rick Pendleton – S10
  • Sean Russo – S13
  • Jacob Templeton – S13
  • Reagan Wickens -S6

Women

  • Ellie Cole –¬† S9
  • Taylor Corry – S14
  • Maddison Elliott – S8
  • Tanya Huebner – S6
  • Ashleigh McConnell – S9
  • Monique Murphy – S10
  • Lakeisha Patterson – S8
  • Madeleine Scott – S9
  • Tiffany Thomas-Kane – S6
  • Teigan Van Roosmalen – S13
  • Prue Watt – S13

Coaches

  • Brendan Keogh – Head Coach
  • Angelo Basalo – Coach
  • Jan Cameron – Coach
  • Harley Connolly – Coach
  • Nathan Doyle – Coach
  • Lachlan Falvey – Coach
  • Michael Freney – Coach

Officials

  • Adam Pyne – Team Leader
  • Michelle Doyle – Manager (Operations)
  • Ian Armbruster – Manager (Integrity)
  • Brendan Burkett – Performance Analysis
  • Danielle Formosa – Performance Analysis
  • Caron Jander – Doctor
  • Lisa Martin – Psychology
  • Jacqui Gilbert – Massage Therapist
  • Dave Spurrier – Physiotherapist
  • Jon Davis – Physiotherapist
  • Kate Harrison – Media
  • Brett Frawley – Videographer

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Australian team and results at  the 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships, Glasgow, Scotland, 13-19 July 2015.