Kyle Chalmers lands at Adelaide airport after Commonwealth Games Cody Simpson and Emma McKeon drama

Kyle Chalmers is collected by his mum as he returns to Australia after threatening to stop swimming through the Commonwealth Games over ‘love triangle’ drama with Cody Simpson and Emma McKeon

  • Kyle Chalmers all smiles as he arrives at Adelaide Airport on Saturday
  • The swimmer received three golds and a silver on the Commonwealth Games
  • Chalmers was greeted by his mom, sharing fun as they walked   
  • Chalmers thought of leaving the game over ‘love triangle’ claims at Games

Champion swimmer Kyle Chalmers was all smiles arriving dwelling from a profitable Commonwealth Games, trying to put the ‘love triangle’ drama that nearly derailed his marketing campaign within the rear-vision mirror.

Chalmers was met by his mom at Adelaide airport and appeared in good spirits.

He donned a black hoodie with a pair of Australian swim group tracksuit pants. 

The Commonwealth Games gold medalist beamed at ready media as he wheeled his baggage by way of the airport alongside his mom.

Aussie swimmer Kyle Chalmers (right) was all smiles arriving home from a successful Commonwealth Games stint, looking to put his 'love triangle' drama in the rear vision mirror

Aussie swimmer Kyle Chalmers (proper) was all smiles arriving dwelling from a profitable Commonwealth Games stint, trying to put his ‘love triangle’ drama within the rear imaginative and prescient mirror

Chalmers was met by his mother at Adelaide airport as he arrived home in good spirits after winning three golds and one silver at the Commonwealth Games

Chalmers was met by his mom at Adelaide airport as he arrived dwelling in good spirits after profitable three golds and one silver on the Commonwealth Games 

Chalmers had earlier threatened to quit the sport after the drama surrounding coverage of his former girlfriend Emma McKeon and her current beau Cody Simpson

Chalmers had earlier threatened to stop the game after the drama surrounding protection of his former girlfriend Emma McKeon and her present beau Cody Simpson

Chalmers left Birmingham with three gold medals and one silver. 

During the sport he stated he was contemplating quitting the game after the drama surrounding the reported swimming ‘love triangle’ between himself, former girlfriend Emma McKeon and her new beau Cody Simpson.

Cody Simpson and Emma McKeon have been fan favourites at the Commonwealth Games

Cody Simpson and Emma McKeon have been fan favourites on the Commonwealth Games

The drama made headlines when the 4×100 blended relay group received gold on the opening evening however the celebrations appeared tinged by awkwardness as McKeon and Chalmers didn’t shake palms after securing victory.

Speaking at a press convention in Birmingham, Chalmers threatened to stop swimming altogether if ‘false information’ continued to flow into that he was in a feud with McKeon and Simpson. 

After taking gold within the 100m freestyle on Tuesday, Chalmers put his fingers to his lips in a gesture that steered he was silencing his critics after taking gold. 

He had additionally stated there have been moments he had felt like he ‘couldn’t proceed on’ and stated he hoped his newest win was ‘a studying level for everyone’ – together with the media.

Kyle Chalmers has found himself in the headlines more often than not this Commonwealth Games, including a 'shush' to the media after winning gold in the 100m freestyle

Kyle Chalmers has discovered himself within the headlines as a rule this Commonwealth Games, together with a ‘shush’ to the media after profitable gold within the 100m freestyle

Chalmers additionally rubbished stories of a rift within the group, saying after his final race on the Games he was ‘relieved’ it was now over.

‘There’s so many issues to be glad about: being a part of the group, it is particular,’ he advised Channel 7 after swimming the anchor leg for Australia of their 4x100m blended medley.

‘And we’re all so shut and it has been a really, very profitable week within the pool for us and, hopefully, we’re in a position to have a good time just a little bit tonight as a group and, clearly, all of us depart tomorrow.’

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