Chad Le Clos Takes On Triple Challenge Against Morozov, Seto & Proud in Doha

Chad le Clos at the Sette Colli pool in Rome last month - by Craig Lord

Chad Le Clos got a win at the third time of asking on a day of plenty of racing at the Doha round of the World Cup, the last of the penultimate cluster in the series. The South African fell just shy of Vladimir Morozov in the 100m free, then Daiya Seto in the 200 ‘fly before keeping Ben Proud at bay in the butterfly dash

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Chad Le Clos got a win at the third time of asking on a day of plenty of racing at the Doha round of the World Cup, the last of the penultimate cluster in the series. The South African fell just shy of Vladimir Morozov in the 100m free, then Daiya Seto in the 200 ‘fly before keeping Ben Proud at bay in the butterfly dash

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