Emma McKeon bends forward as Ariarne Titmus stands beside her during a swimming relay.

Birmingham Commonwealth Games: Emma McKeon, Ariarne Titmus, Mollie O’Callaghan expected to lead another Aussie swimming golden haul

This time last year, most Australians were sitting at home in lockdown, perhaps able to gain some solace from the performance of the Australian swimming team, who brought home multiple gold medals from the Tokyo Olympic Games.

This year, we can expect even more as the Dolphins take on the best swimmers at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

The team has come off a successful world championships in Budapest in June and stayed together for a training camp in France before beginning their assault on the Birmingham pool.

Once again, the team will be led by a group of remarkable women who have taken the world by storm: Emma McKeon, Ariarne Titmus and Kaylee McKeown will be joined by Australia’s newest teenage swimming superstar, Mollie O’Callaghan.

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