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F-Teamers ready for Australian SC Champs

23 October 2019

Zac Incerti
WAIS athlete and UWA West Coast swimmer Zac Incerti has a big racing schedule this weekend

Our Funky Trunks F-Teamers are getting ready for the 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Swimming Championships which will take place in Melbourne from October 24 - 26.

The first Funky Trunks swimmer in the water is 19 year old Nunawading gun Brendon Smith, who begins a lengthy program with the 400m Freestyle, followed by the 200m Freestyle, 200m Backstroke and 100m Butterfly. To top it all off, he will tackle the 1500m Freestyle where he is seeded third and is aiming for a podium finish.

 Theo Benehoutsos and Brendon Smith
F-Teamers Theo Benehoutsos and Brendon Smith add to the Funky Trunks squad competing this weekend

Joining Brendon for the 200m Freestyle sting is another one of our Funky legends, Max Giuliani. As the 2019 Australian Age Champion in this event, Max will undoubtedly bring the heat to the competition.

Our 'Fly King' Theodore Benehoutsos, will be competing for Melbourne Vic Centre and makes a return from injury. He will be preparing for a flying week in the 50m, 100m and 200m Butterfly trifecta and we can't wait to welcome him back to the pool!

Zac Incerti and Lachlan Carter
Zac Incerti and Lachlan Carter will go head to head this weekend

Lachlan Carter and Zac Incerti will go head to head in a speed round of 100m and 50m Freestyle events. A new exhibition style race, skins racing is a first for the Championships with a knockout style race focused less about times and more about racing with the winner taking home $1000 prize money.

The dash continues for Incerti in the 50m and 100m Backstroke, where he will have fellow F-Teamer Travis Mahoney racing alongside him. Having just finished some fantastic racing in Naples for the ISL Aquacenturions, Mahoney will smash through all three of his Backstroke events at Australian SC Championships with the same power and pace that propelled him through the International Swimming League.

James McKechnie
James McKechnie in new Streaker Training Jammers

Ranked in podium positions across all five of his events, Commonwealth Games finalist James McKechnie brings his A-game to the champs in the 50m, 100m and 200m Breaststroke and the 100m and 200m IM events.

A massive good-luck to our legendary F-Teamers this weekend. The full events list for each Funky Trunks swimmer can be found below if you would like to follow their results over the meet.

Athletes Events
Lachlan Carter  

Men's Open 100m Freestyle
Men's Open 50m Freestyle

Max Giuliani  Men's Open 200m Freestyle  
Zac Incerti 

Men's Open 100m Freestyle
Men's Open 50m Backstroke
Men's Open 50m Freestyle
Men's Open 100m Backstroke  

Travis Mahoney 

Men's Open 50m Backstroke
Men's Open 200m Backstroke
Men's Open 100m Backstroke

 James McKechnie

Men's Open 50m Breaststroke
Men's Open 100m Breaststroke
Men's Open 200m Individual Medley
Men's Open 200m Breaststroke
Men's Open 100m Individual Medley 

Theodore Benehoutsos   Men's Open 200m Butterfly

Men's Open 50m Butterfly
Men's Open 100m Butterfly

 Brendon Smith 

Men's Open 400m Freestyle
Men's Open 200m Freestyle
Men's Open 200m Backstroke
Men's Open 100m Butterfly
Men's Open 1500m Freestyle  

To keep up to date with live results from the event click here. 

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