African Lion Chad le Clos Roars With A 48.08 World S/C Record To Retain 100 ‘Fly Crown

Chad Le Clos of South Africa roars doing the race and after cracking the world record in 48.08, 100 'fly - by Patrick B. Kraemer

South Africa’s Chad Le Clos cracked the world short-course record with a thundering 48.08 blast over four laps butterfly in Windsor this evening to retain the crown and the 100/200 double. The first-ever ‘fly triple that he claimed in 2014 now looks like coming back to its pioneering owner by the time the meet closes on Sunday.

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South Africa’s Chad Le Clos cracked the world short-course record with a thundering 48.08 blast over four laps butterfly in Windsor this evening to retain the crown and the 100/200 double. The first-ever ‘fly triple that he claimed in 2014 now looks like coming back to its pioneering owner by the time the meet closes on Sunday.

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