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Ariarne Titmus delights in inflicting psychological blows on her rivals every time she steps into the water, regardless of where she is in the world or what type of competition she's competing in.

On the opening night of Australia's Olympic and Paralympic trials, Titmus took a “fearless” approach to his beloved 400m freestyle event and cruised to a resounding victory just 0.06 seconds off his record from last year's world championships in Japan.

Ariarne Titmus has booked his trip to Paris.Credit: Getty

Back-to-back Olympic berths were locked up on Monday night, with Kaylee McKeown (200m individual medley), Emma McKeon (100m butterfly), Sam Williamson (100m breaststroke) and the men's 400m freestyle the stars of the team, Elijah Winnington and Sam Short. , while doing enough to guarantee the qualification.

In a huge warning shot to the rest of the world ahead of the Paris Games, Titmus grabbed an early lead and held on for an impressive winning time of 3:55.44.

Read the full coverage of the first night here.


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