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8 Dec 2019 6:31
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    Australian swimmer Ariarne Titmus has broken a second world record in three days, winning gold in the women's 400m freestyle at the world short-course swimming champs in China

    Australian swimmer Ariarne Titmus has broken a second world record in three days, winning gold in the women's 400m freestyle at the world short-course swimming champs in China


    The 18-year-old finished the race in a new world record time of 3 minutes 53.92 seconds.

    Titmus, broke the 200m freestyle short course world record to win gold on Wednesday.

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