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Nationality Australia Flag AUS Australia
Birth Date 10/06/1985
Gender Men
Height (m / in)  
Weight (kg / lbs)  
Events Inscribed   Aquatics Swimming Men's 1500m Freestyle
Aquatics Swimming Men's 200m Butterfly
Aquatics Swimming Men's 400m Individual Medley
Medals Won SILVER Medal SILVER -  Men's 200m Butterfly
BRONZE Medal BRONZE -  Men's 400m Individual Medley

Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
16 Mar
SAS Men's 200m Butterfly
Heat 03
Australia Flag AUS  - NEDERPELT Travis (1) 1:57.36 Completed
16 Mar
SAS Men's 200m Butterfly
Final A
Australia Flag AUS  - NEDERPELT Travis (2) 1:57.26 Completed
19 Mar
SAS Men's 400m Individual Medley
Heat 02
Australia Flag AUS  - NEDERPELT Travis (2) 4:24.63 Completed
19 Mar
SAS Men's 400m Individual Medley
Final A
Australia Flag AUS  - NEDERPELT Travis (3) 4:17.24 Completed
20 Mar
SAS Men's 1500m Freestyle
Heat 02
Australia Flag AUS  - NEDERPELT Travis (3) 15:36.40 Completed
21 Mar
SAS Men's 1500m Freestyle
Final A
Australia Flag AUS  - NEDERPELT Travis (7) 15:41.38 Completed

Place Of Birth Perth, Western Australia
Residence Perth, Western Australia
Occupation Student
International Debut 2003 (Duel in the Pool, United States)
Coach Bernie Mulroy
Recent Results Telstra Grand Prix (Canberra, Australia, 2005)
18th in the 200m Freestyle (2:01.52)
5th in the 400m IM (4:38.20)

FINA World Championships (Montreal, July-2005)
9th in the 200m Butterfly (1:57.46)
14th in the 400m IM (4:21.10)
Games History
Melbourne 2006
Silver in the 200m Butterfly (1:57.26)

Manchester 2002
did not compete
Games History
Athens 2004
17th in the 200m Butterfly (1:58.93)
8th in the 400m IM (4:20.08)
Injuries Travis broke his hand in 2003.
Other Travis has not looked back since being awarded the Australian Youth Swimmer of the Year award in 2002. Most recently, he picked up the Australian male Butterfly award for 2005.

Travis was also Swimming Australia's male individual medley swimmer of the year in 2004.

He had a huge 2003, kicking off the year with a record seven gold haul at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival in Sydney in January.

He made his senior Australian team debut at the 2003 'Duel in the Pool' meet in the United States after finishing second in the 200m Butterfly at the Australian Championships in a new personal best time of 1:58.92, all while still recovering from a broken hand which he suffered in training weeks earlier.

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