Chad Le Clos, the South African who is the only man in history who can claim that Michael Phelps did not beat him in certain solo events at two Olympic Games, was among a handful of Olympic medallists from Rio 2016 to make the podium today in Chartres as the first short-course round of a somewhat weary World Cup came to a close. At 49.05 in the 100m butterfly, Le Clos showed fine form as he edged out Adam Barrett, on a British record of 49.31, well inside his previous standard of 50.05 from 2014
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