Mollie O’Callaghan, Zac Stubblety-Cook strike gold at world championships


Even with 20 metres left, though, it looked as if she might just miss out but she came through to add the title to the women’s 4x100m freestyle gold she won on the opening day and the silvers she in the 200m freestyle and 4×200m relay.

(L-R) Torri Huske of Team United States, Mollie O’Callaghan of Team Australia and Sarah Sjostrom of Team Sweden compete in the Women’s 100m Freestyle Final.

(L-R) Torri Huske of Team United States, Mollie O’Callaghan of Team Australia and Sarah Sjostrom of Team Sweden compete in the Women’s 100m Freestyle Final.Credit:Getty

“Shocking, it was bad, the worst ever,” smiled O’Callaghan, reflecting on her familiar pre-race nerves.

“I was panicking in warm-up, I had a little bit of a cramp in my leg.

“I…



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