GOLD COAST - Australia's Cate Campbell said she's willing to sacrifice her world sprint freestyle title in order to be fit for the 2016 Olympics after announcing a shoulder operation to end months of chronic pain. The world, Commonwealth Games and newly-crowned Pan Pacific 100m freestyle champion said next year's world championships in Russia were "not a major drama" compared to the Rio de Janeiro Olympics a year later. "I'm actually getting shoulder surgery next week," she told reporters, after winning the 50m freestyle gold and sealing Australia's 4x100m medley gold win over Olympic champions the United States. Campbell, 22, was the dominant women's sprinter at the Pan Pacs winning the 50m and 100m freestyle events and helping Australia win the 4x100m freestyle and medley relays.–AFP