Australian swimmer Ariarne Titmus Wins Gold at the 2022 Commonwealth Games

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Australian swimmer Ariarne Titmus Wins Gold at the 2022 Commonwealth Games –

Sports news: Olympic star Ariarne Titmus once again showed his prowess after winning gold and at the same time breaking the Commonwealth Games record in the women’s 200m freestyle.

In this final, Ariarne Titmus broke the Commonwealth Games record with an amazing time of 1 minute 53.89 seconds. What is even more impressive is that Australia also won silver and bronze medals in this final round.

Young swimmer, 18-year-old Mollie O’Callaghan shocked the crowd and forced Titmus to fight to the finish. The record time is also very good, which is 1 minute 54.01 seconds. While the bronze medal in the final round was won by Maddie Wilson, also from Aussie.

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Titmus’ victory was predictable, but the appearance of O’Callaghan with a silver medal and a great time was a happy surprise for the Australian swimming world. This is like the birth of a future star candidate for them.

The Australian team did score success in the early days of the 2022 Commonwealth Games which took place in Birmingham. Even the Aussie team won five of the seven gold medals that were contested on the first day of swimming.

In the men’s 400m freestyle, Elijah Winnington won gold with a time of 3 minutes 43.06 seconds. Meanwhile, other Australian swimmers, namely Sam Short and Mack Horton won silver and bronze medals.

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Olympic gold medalist, Zac Stubblety-Cook also successfully won gold again by winning the final match for the men’s 200m breaststroke.

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