Swimming World Championships 2019

Australian team won 23 medals – 2 gold, 7 silver and 14 bronze medals

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Jesse Aungles – S8
  • Ricky Betar – S14
  • Blake Cochrane – S8
  • Rowan Crothers – S10
  • Tim Disken – S9
  • Brenden Hall – S9
  • Timothy Hodge – S9
  • Jack Ireland – S14
  • Braedan Jason – S13
  • Ahmed Kelly – S4
  • Matt Levy – S7
  • William Martin – S10
  • Jeremy McClure – S11
  • Jake Michel -S14
  • Grant Patterson – S3
  • Col Pearse – S10
  • Ben Popham – S8
  • Rick Pendleton – S10
  • Liam Schluter – S14

Women

  • Ellie Cole – S9
  • Taylor Corry – S14
  • Katja Dedekind – S13
  • Jamie-Lee Getson – S14
  • Jasmine Greenwood – S10
  • Ella Jones – S8
  • Jenna Jones – S13
  • Jade Lucy – S14
  • Madeleine McTernan -S14
  • Monique Murphy – S10
  • Lakeisha Patterson – S9
  • Keira Stephens – S10
  • Ruby Storm – S14
  • Tiffany Thomas Kane – S7
  • Rachael Watson – S4

Coaches

  • Brendan Burkett – Head Coach
  • Greg Towle – Mentor Coach
  • John Bell – Coach
  • Clinton Camilleri – Coach
  • Harley Connolly – Coach
  • Nathan Doyle – Coach
  • Rob Van Der Zant – Coach
  • Yuriy Vdovychenko – Coach

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Coaches

  • Brendan Burkett – Head Cach
  • Greg Towle – Mentor Coach
  • John Bell
  • Clinton Camilleri
  • ¬†Harley Connolly
  • Nathan Doyle
  • Yuriy Vdovychenko ,
  • Rob Van Der Zant

 

Australian team and results at the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships, London, 9 – 15 September.