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Emma McKeon mystery solved as coach explains Olympic champion’s absence from Queensland swimming championships

Emma McKeon mystery solved as coach explains Olympic champion’s absence from Queensland swimming championships

Emma McKeon has been ruled out of the Queensland swimming championships after her coach revealed Australia’s most decorated Olympian has been battling a torn muscle under her armpit.

The 29-year-old was set to race alongside the returning Cate Campbell in Monday’s 100m freestyle heats in Brisbane — but her lane was mysteriously left empty.

It was later confirmed McKeon had been withdrawn from the entire meet for precautionary reasons following an injury.

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McKeon has been managing “a minor tear under her armpit for some weeks” and that the medical advice was not to rush back into competition, the 11-time Olympic medallist’s coach Michael Bohl said.

McKeon won four golds at the Tokyo Olympics in 2021, and seven medals in total.

Emma McKeon has withdrawn from the Queensland Swimming Championships due to a muscle tear. (Darren England/AAP PHOTOS) Credit: AAP

It was the most by any female swimmer at a single Olympic Games and the joint-most medals across any sport with Soviet gymnast Maris Gorokhovskaya, who achieved the feat in 1952.

The championships at Chandler’s Brisbane Aquatic Centre are the last meet of the year.

The Olympic swimming trials will take place at the same venue in June, some five weeks before the 2024 Games in Paris.

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Campbell, vying to become the first Australian to swim at five Olympics, has returned to swimming this year from an extended break following the Tokyo Games.

She took positive steps on Monday morning, winning her heat in 53.73 seconds, third fastest behind top qualifier Shayna Jack (53.03).

Meanwhile, Mollie O’Callaghan won the 200m freestyle final in one minutes 54.36 seconds — short of the 1:52.85 world record she set in July at the world championships.

O’Callaghan overcame physical tiredness to win the 200m title, saying she had struggled after the morning’s heat swim.

“Sometimes you just have to tough it out, suck it up and keep going,” she said.

Ariarne Titmus was second in 1:55.99 and Kaylee McKeown took third in 1:56.14..

“I had no clue where I’d be. I’m pretty happy with that and it’s just fun to get the suit back on, get a week away from training,” Titmus said.

“It’s nice to get the juices flowing again.”

– with 7NEWS

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