Chad Le Clos Lays Down 51.5 Marker As Zane Waddell, 19, Rattles 49sec In 100 Free

Chad Le Clos (RSA) by Patrick B. Kraemer

Olympic silver medallist at the last two Games of asking over 100m butterfly, Chad Le Clos produced the quality performance of the day at South African nationals in Durban today, a 51.56 confirming his status as undisputed king at home with the world’s No2-ranked swim of the year so far. The effort than shone beyond others, though there was a ray of light in the men’s 100m free, as 19-year-old Zane Waddell followed a 49.55 in heats with a 49.09 victory for the title

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Olympic silver medallist at the last two Games of asking over 100m butterfly, Chad Le Clos produced the quality performance of the day at South African nationals in Durban today, a 51.56 confirming his status as undisputed king at home with the world’s No2-ranked swim of the year so far. The effort than shone beyond others, though there was a ray of light in the men’s 100m free, as 19-year-old Zane Waddell followed a 49.55 in heats with a 49.09 victory for the title

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