Chad Le Clos Off To Flying Start In 2017 With Three Solid Efforts At South African GP

Chad Le Clos - Patrick B. Kraemer

Chad Le Clos got his 2017 race season off to a flying start at the South African Grand Prix in Stellenbosch at the weekend. On 1:56.54 in the 200m butterfly on Saturday, the world 100m champion followed up with wins in his two 2016 Olympic silver-medal winning events, a 52.83 victory in the 100m yesterday preceeding a 1:48.38 in the 200m freestyle.

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Chad Le Clos got his 2017 race season off to a flying start at the South African Grand Prix in Stellenbosch at the weekend. On 1:56.54 in the 200m butterfly on Saturday, the world 100m champion followed up with wins in his two 2016 Olympic silver-medal winning events, a 52.83 victory in the 100m yesterday preceeding a 1:48.38 in the 200m freestyle.

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