ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) -- Sisters Cate and Bronte Campbell will be the first siblings to swim for an Australian Olympic team in 40 years following their 1-2 finish in the 50-meter freestyle final Thursday at the national trials.
Cate Campbell won the 50 in 24.44 seconds. She already had earned her spot on the team in the 100 freestyle. Bronte was second in 24.61 to qualify for the second individual berth.
Cate, 19, and Bronte, 17, will become the first siblings to swim together for Australia at an Olympics since sisters Karen and Narelle Moras and brothers Neil and Greg Rogers at the 1972 Munich Games.