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Adam Lucas (born 27 October 1983) is an Australian swimmer who specialized in individual medley events. He remains a well respected swimmer amongst the Western Australian and Tasmanian community, and holds a regional short course record in the 200 m individual medley. He also notched a bronze medal in the same stroke at the 2003 Summer Universiade in Daegu, South Korea, with a personal best of 2:03.06. Lucas is a member of West Coast Swim Club in Perth, and is coached and trained by Grant Stoelwinder.

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  • Adam Lucas (born 27 October 1983) is an Australian swimmer who specialized in individual medley events. He remains a well respected swimmer amongst the Western Australian and Tasmanian community, and holds a regional short course record in the 200 m individual medley. He also notched a bronze medal in the same stroke at the 2003 Summer Universiade in Daegu, South Korea, with a personal best of 2:03.06. Lucas is a member of West Coast Swim Club in Perth, and is coached and trained by Grant Stoelwinder.
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  • Adam Lucas (born 27 October 1983) is an Australian swimmer who specialized in individual medley events. He remains a well respected swimmer amongst the Western Australian and Tasmanian community, and holds a regional short course record in the 200 m individual medley. He also notched a bronze medal in the same stroke at the 2003 Summer Universiade in Daegu, South Korea, with a personal best of 2:03.06. Lucas is a member of West Coast Swim Club in Perth, and is coached and trained by Grant Stoelwinder. Lucas qualified for the at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, by clearing a FINA A-standard entry time of 2:01.94 from the Olympic trials in Sydney. He challenged seven other swimmers on the seventh heat, including top medal favorite Michael Phelps. Lucas raced to seventh place by 0.37 of a second behind three-time Olympian Tamás Kerékjártó of Hungary in 2:02.12, but missed the semifinals by a hundredth of a second (0.01), as he placed seventeenth overall in the preliminaries. At the 2005 FINA World Championships in Montreal, Canada, Lucas rebounded another loss by missing the final of the , but urged to break a 2:02 barrier in 2:01.99. Lucas sought his bid to qualify for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. He finished second behind Leith Brodie in 2:01.84 at the Olympic trials, but failed to attain a FINA A-cut of 2:01.40, just 0.34 of a second short of his entry time. On the same year, Lucas was honoured for his "Speedo Services to the Australian Swimming Team" at the Telstra Swimmer of the Year Awards in Sydney, following his retirement from the sport.
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