Chad Le Clos Celebrates Triple Gold Day For South Africa & Self With 50.65 GR Defence

Chad Le Clos of South Africa - a day of triples for South Africa and self - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Two golds in the bag, Chad Le Clos watched Cameron Van der Burgh and Tatiana Shoemaker claim gold before powered to a 50.65 Games-record victory to keep the 100 ‘fly title he first claimed in 2014 ahead of England’s James Guy, 51.31 and a 51.50 from Australia’s Grant Irvine

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Two golds in the bag, Chad Le Clos watched Cameron Van der Burgh and Tatiana Shoemaker claim gold before powered to a 50.65 Games-record victory to keep the 100 ‘fly title he first claimed in 2014 ahead of England’s James Guy, 51.31 and a 51.50 from Australia’s Grant Irvine

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