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Titmus' hopes of more gold boosted after Ledecky, McKeon withdraw

The intrigue continues at the Swimming World Championships, with revelations Katie Ledecky has been sick and won't swim the 200m, nor will Emma McKeon.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Disbelief turns to drive as Titmus prepares for Ledecky's inevitable comeback

As the swimming world was still trying to digest the victory of Ariarne Titmus, the young Australian was already preparing for Katie Ledecky to return fire with interest.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Titmus stuns Ledecky to claim gold with an all-time great performance

Australian teen has rendered Katie Ledecky mortal at the World Championships, inflicting the American champion's first defeat in the 400m freestyle since 2013.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Titmus sets up battle with Ledecky as Horton comes to life at worlds

Ariarne Titmus and Katie Ledecky are set to provide the battle the world wants to see on Sunday night in Korea.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

In pursuit of greatness: Ariarne Titmus ready for showdown with Ledecky

It has so far proven to be an impossible feat but Ariarne Titmus is starting to believe she can be the one to break the hold of the peerless Katie Ledecky.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Titmus aims to be Nadal of swimming

Ariarne Titmus may have her sights set on US legend Katie Ledecky but the teenager says her ultimate goal is to be known as the Rafael Nadal of swimming.
SBS - Published

Titmus doesn't need to wait until Tokyo to challenge Ledecky

The brilliant young Australian has emerged as a serious rival to the US swimming great as they prepare to clash at July's World Championships in Korea.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Titmus' record sends message to Ledecky

Ariarne Titmus has swum the women's 400m freestyle in 3 minutes, 53.92 seconds, setting a new world record at the short-course swimming titles in China.
SBS - Published

Pan Pacs wakes sleeping giant Titmus

Ariarne Titmus' coach says Katie Ledecky has awoken a sleeping giant at the Pan Pacs after the Australian teenager emerged as a 400m freestyle threat for 2020.
SBS - Published

'We've woken the giant': Titmus ready to ramp up rivalry with Ledecky

Finishing in the same time zone as Katie Ledecky has put the 17-year-old Australian freestyle star on the map. Now the fun really begins.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Titmus sends warning to Ledecky for 2020

Australia's rising swim star Ariarne Titmus is growing in confidence she will be able to match with American champion Katie Ledecky in the 2020 Olympics.
SBS - Published

Ledecky says Australian teen Titmus will push her to greater heights

The American star has welcomed the challenge of Ariarne Titmus, with the stage now set for a brilliant battle at Tokyo 2020 after their 400m Pan Pacs final.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

After years of domination, Ledecky becomes hunted as new pack emerges

Katie Ledecky has taken women's distance swimming to new heights, but Australia's Ariarne Titmus heads a new generation that want her crown.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Titmus has record, Ledecky in sights

Australia's Ariarne Titmus is eyeing off a new national record - and American great Katie Ledecky - in the Pan Pacs 400m freestyle final in Tokyo.
SBS - Published

Swimming - Mixed day for Ledecky at start of Pan Pacific championships

TOKYO (Reuters) - Five-time Olympic gold medallist Katie Ledecky beat one resurgent teenager but lost to another on a dramatic first day of the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships on Thursday.
SBS - Published

Titmus second in Pan Pacs 800m freestyle

Ariarne Titmus has broken the Australian 800m freestyle record with her silver medal performance behind Katie Ledecky at the Pan Pacs.
SBS - Published

Ariarne Titmus smashes national record in 800m breakthrough at Pan Pacs

The 17-year-old finished second to Katie Ledecky but set the scene for a riveting 400m later in the week in Japan.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Aussie Titmus on Ledecky's Pan Pacs radar

American great Katie Ledecky will be looking over her shoulder at this week's Pan Pacs in Tokyo after Australian Ariarne Titmus' arrival as a world force.
SBS - Published

Titmus out to bridge gap with American superstar Ledecky

Katie Ledecky swims in a pool of her own most of the time but Australian rising star Ariarne Titmus might be just about to make a few waves of her own.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

No clash with Ledecky for Aussie swim star

Ariarne Titmus will not contest the one event she was considered a chance of beating American Katie Ledecky at this week's Pan Pacs - the 200m freestyle.
SBS - Published

Titmus may pull out of 200m at Pan Pacs

Australia's Ariarne Titmus is considering pulling out of the event in which she is a chance to upset US great Katie Ledecky at the Pan Pacs swimming in Japan.
SBS - Published

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