Hill On Hurricane Chad’s Approach To A Busy 2014

Chad Le Clos added World to Olympic crown over 200 'fly this year [photo: Aniko Kovacs]

At the American Swimming Coaches Association World Clinic in The Big Easy, New Orleans, Graham Hill, coach to Chad Le Clos and South Africa, says his charge’s defeat of Michael Phelps should be the beginning not the tail end of a storming career as he plots a multi-event 2014 season on the way to Rio 2016; plus, take the Chad Le Clos Challenge – how do you stack up doing his favourite two sets?

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At the American Swimming Coaches Association World Clinic in The Big Easy, New Orleans, Graham Hill, coach to Chad Le Clos and South Africa, says his charge’s defeat of Michael Phelps should be the beginning not the tail end of a storming career as he plots a multi-event 2014 season on the way to Rio 2016; plus, take the Chad Le Clos Challenge – how do you stack up doing his favourite two sets?

Comments

felixtzu

Good as he is, I think the expectation might be getting out of hand. 200 fly is often a young man’s event. In 2012 he was in perfect condition and had a great race situation to swim off the hip and catch a bit of a tow. On balance he may struggle to ever get under 1.53 again.

Jackson

Are these sets done Long Course or short course? any ideas on exactly rest these sets were done?

Thanks

Fred

is it in long or short course?

Craig Lord

What?

Craig Lord

Long-course… and the rest/times to go off are indicated… if there’s somewhere that doesn’t indicate an interval but you’d like to know, please shout and I will try to get an answer for you.

Craig Lord

I see… the sets: long-course

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