Chad Le Clos: From A Pact In A Jacuzzi With James Guy To Plans For 200Fly Tokyo Glory

Chad Le Clos (RSA) by Patrick B. Kraemer

It was little more than a fortnight after the swimming concluded at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro when the Berlin leg of the World Cup got under way. For some it was a chance to continue in the magic of dreams realised, the lights still bright and the fanfare deafeningly loud. For others, however, Berlin came after dreams had been dashed, four years of hard work and gut-bursting toil culminating instead in a deafening silence, a disappointment so acute to be suffocating – among them Chad le Clos and James Guy.

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It was little more than a fortnight after the swimming concluded at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro when the Berlin leg of the World Cup got under way. For some it was a chance to continue in the magic of dreams realised, the lights still bright and the fanfare deafeningly loud. For others, however, Berlin came after dreams had been dashed, four years of hard work and gut-bursting toil culminating instead in a deafening silence, a disappointment so acute to be suffocating – among them Chad le Clos and James Guy.

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