A young Australian swimming team dominated a match against West Germany in Sydney on Wednesday, winning eight out of eleven events.
GV & SV start of women's 400 metre freestyle.
SV & GV Gould and others turn.
GV Gould comes in to win race.
GV & MV Mens 200 metre backstroke in progress.
GV Brad Cooper finishes first in 200 metre backstroke.
CU Cooper in water.
GV & SV start of women's 100 metres butterfly and turn, and finish. Australia's Nagle wins.
Initials VS/029 VS/100
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Background: A young Australian swimming team dominated a match against West Germany in Sydney on Wednesday, winning eight out of eleven events. Two New South Wales records were beaten at the meeting, one by each team. The results underlined the prominence of young Australian competitors in world swimming. For years Australia has dominated the international swimming scene, and events such as this show there is no lack of young talent for the next Olympics.