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Australian teen star McKeown 0.06 seconds off world record in Olympic lead-up – Sydney Morning Herald

Kaylee McKeown has emerged as a major gold medal chance at Tokyo following another blistering swim at the Sydney Open.



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Ive been fortunate enough to coach some good athletes in the past but shes just not scared of pain. She punches through pain barriers like no one Ive ever seen in my life.
McKeown lowered her personal best by three tenths of a second in the 100m backstroke and given swimmers are still in a heavy training block for the Olympics, there is a real chance she will go faster at trials and in Tokyo.
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