Olympic silver medallist at the last two Games of asking over 100m butterfly, Chad Le Clos produced the quality performance of the day at South African nationals in Durban today, a 51.56 confirming his status as undisputed king at home with the world’s No2-ranked swim of the year so far. The effort than shone beyond others, though there was a ray of light in the men’s 100m free, as 19-year-old Zane Waddell followed a 49.55 in heats with a 49.09 victory for the title
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