Scott Fowler

August 13, 2014 6:54 PM

Fowler: SwimMAC teen to gain taste of big time in Australia

Kathleen Baker's star has risen so far in the swim world that she now finds herself Down Under. Baker, 17, is the youngest of eight swimmers from SwimMAC Carolina who will compete next week in Australia in the biggest meet of this non-Olympic year.

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