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Monday, January 28, 2019

Kareena Lee Sweeps Race At Australian Championships

Courtesy of Swimming Australia, Brighton Beach, Adelaide, Australia.

Kareena Lee and Hayden Cotter won the 5 km races at the 2019 Australian Open Water Championships on Brighton Beach in Adelaide.

Lee swept the 5 km and 10 km races over the weekend while 17-year-old Cotter upended the 10 km winner Nick Sloman.

Men's 5 km Results:
1. Hayden Cotter (17) 54:43.60
2. Jon McKay (23 from Canada) 54:50.90
3. Nick Sloman (21) 55:00.11
4. Eric Hedlin (25 from Canada) 55:04.94
5. Bailey Armstrong (19) 55:29.20
6. Rhys Mainstone (28) 56:05.30
7. Kaito Watanuki (20 from Japan) 57:22.75
8. Lachlan Colquhoun (22) 57:35.14
9. Oliver Signorini (22) 57:49.91
10. Jack Wilson (17) 58:28.62
11. James Otley-Doe (17) 58:37.56
12. Riku Kuwazoe (20 from Japan) 59:12.49
13. Christopher Deegan (22) 59:28.47
14. Phoenix Douglas (19) 1:00:13.72
15. Liam McHugh (23) 1:02:46.37
16. Robbe Dilissen (19) 1:02:49.30
17. Daniel McConnell (20) 1:03:34.65
18. Jesse Collins (21) 1:03:56.36
19. Jaycob Duggan (21) 1:04:33.70
20. Mitchell Wills (20) 1:04:58.32
21. Henry Callander (20) 1:05:20.25
22. Callum Greenshields (20) 1:06:44.20
23. Liam Salmond (19) 1:09:51.11
24. Matthew Innes (19) 1:09:52.97

Women's 5 km Results:
1. Kareena Lee (25) 58:37.79
2. Kiah Melverton (22) 1:00:11.83
3. Ebony Blackstone (22) 1:00:44.99
4. Jordan White (25) 1:01:43.24
5. Bianca Crisp (19) 1:01:52.90
6. Hitomi Okamura (20 from Japan) 1:02:10.37
7. Charlotte Webby (30 from New Zealand) 1:02:20.81
8. Mikayla Messer (19) 1:02:44.50
9. Aisha Thornton (27 from Great Britain) 1:02:45.72
10. Imogen Foley (19) 1:05:49.40
11. Tayla Martin (19) 1:05:52.16
12. Brittney Naylor (19) 1:06:49.61
13. Suzanne Ryan (21) 1:06:57.12
14. Maddison Clarke (19) 1:08:11.10
15. Eve Caton (18) 1:08:27.89
16. Nicola Watts (20) 1:09:06.45
17. Courtney Chapman (21) 1:14:21.07
18. Shannon McSwimming (20) 1:16:21.94
19. Clarise Fourie (18) 1:18:18.24

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