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Kaylee McKeown Takes Down Seebohm’s LCM 100 Again Aussie Report



  • Friday, November 13th – Sunday, November 15th
  • Brisbane Aquatic Heart, QLD, AUS
  • LCM (50m)
  • Live Results

Competing on day 2 of the 2020 Queensland Medal Photographs Lengthy Course Preparation Meet, 19-year-old Kaylee McKeown fired off a brand new Australian nationwide document within the girls’s 100m backstroke.

At this time in Brisbane,  the USC Spartan entered totally new territory with an excellent speedy 58.11. That point overtook Emily Seebohm‘s long-standing nationwide document of 58.23 she placed on the books within the warmth of the 2012 Olympic Video games in London. She wound up taking silver to American Missy FRanklin in 58.58.

As for McKeown, her quickest 100m again getting into this Medal Photographs meet was represented by the 58.52 she posted in January of this 12 months. As such, her 58.11 right here knocked .41 off of that earlier PB to write down her identify into the historical past books because the quickest Australian feminine of all-time.

Splits for McKeown’s monster 58.11 included 28.70/29.41 to present her the brand new document. Her time would have taken the gold eventually 12 months’s World Championships, crushing Kylie Masse‘s 58.60 in Gwangju.

She now rockets herself up the checklist of all-time performers to change into #four solely behind WR holder Regan Smith, Kathleen Baker, each of U.S. and Kylie Masse of Canada.

High Girls’s LCM 100 Backstroke Performers All-Time

  1. Regan Smith (USA), 57.57  2019
  2. Kathleen Baker (USA), 58.00 2018
  3. Kylie Masse (CAN), 58.10 2017
  4. Kaylee McKeown (AUS), 58.11 2020