At World Juniors, Olivia Weinsch of Australia dazzles with 52.61 relay split and 24.60 50 free.

Olivia Wunsch's impressive performance at the World Junior Championships has garnered attention, particularly in the 400-meter free rela 

The Australian swimmer anchored her team to victory over the United States with a remarkable 52.61 split, showcasing her exceptional talent. 

Wunsch's outstanding split places her among the elite swimmers globally, with only a few, including Kate Douglass, 

Notably, she is just 17 years old, and her rapid progress suggests she could become a key contributor  

to Australian relay teams at upcoming Olympic Games, including possibly Paris 2024 and Los Angeles 2028. 

Prior to this competition, Wunsch had never clocked a sub-54-second time in the 100-meter freestyle,  

but she broke through with a personal-best 53.71 to secure gold. She continued her impressive form by splitting 53.61 in Australia's mixed 400-meter freestyle relay,  

contributing to setting a world junior record with a total time of 3:24.29. 

Wunsch also excelled in the 50-meter freestyle semifinals, setting a personal best of 24.60, significantly improving on her previous mark of 24.85.  


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