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“THIS was my 17th consecutive nationals [appearance] – I feel honoured … and at 32, it never gets old,” said North Sydney swimmer and Paralympian Matthew Levy, after competing in the 2019 Australian Swimming Championships in Adelaide last week.
Israeli-born swimming legend Nachum Buch had inspiring meetings with Jewish Australian swimmers before last week's Victorian Swimming Championships and Para Swimming World Series opener in Melbourne.
Four Jewish swimmers represented their states and clubs against the nation's best at the 2018 Australian Short Course Swimming Championships held in Melbourne late last month.
Matthew Levy has earned a place in the Australian team for what will be his third consecutive Para Pan Pacs, to be held from August 9 in Cairns.
Ashley Weill showed she can compete with the nation's best young swimmers by winning two bronze medals and posting several personal best times at last week's Australian Age Swimming Championships in Sydney.
Ashley Weill came first in the women's 5km race at the Victorian Open Water Championships held at Williamstown, Melbourne, last month, while Isabella Coghlan won the 15 girls' 5km and 7.5km races at the NSW Open Water Championships held in Penrith.
Paralympian swimmer Matthew Levy proved that world records can be broken at age 30 at the 2017 Australian Short Course Championships held in Adelaide from October 26-28.
THE swimming finals kicked off in the best way possible for the Australian team at the Maccabiah Games, with two-time Paralympic gold medallist Matt Levy now adding the title of three-time Maccabiah gold medallist to his résumé.
THE 2017 Maccabiah Games is set to be one of the most special Games in its 85-year history because there are more than 500 Australian athletes attending. It will be extra special for the Weill family, who will be supporting two family members this year.