Chad le Clos Books Defence Of World 100 ‘Fly Crown With 51.29 Curtain-Closer

Chad Le Clos - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Chad Le Clos ended his South African nationals campaign in Durban with a 51.29 blast of a ticket to the defence of his world 100m butterfly crown in Budapest this July. The effort was equal seventh fastest of his career on a list topped by the 50.56 in which he claimed the global title in kazan two years ago. At 51.29, Le Clos also found himself back where he likes to be: on top, for now that meaning the world rankings

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Chad Le Clos ended his South African nationals campaign in Durban with a 51.29 blast of a ticket to the defence of his world 100m butterfly crown in Budapest this July. The effort was equal seventh fastest of his career on a list topped by the 50.56 in which he claimed the global title in kazan two years ago. At 51.29, Le Clos also found himself back where he likes to be: on top, for now that meaning the world rankings

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