Durban Duel: Chad le Clos & Myles Brown Race To 200m Free Tickets For World Titles

Chad Le Clos in Rome after the Rio Games - by Craig Lord

Chad Le Clos, the Olympic silver medallist and first man with a clean record home over four laps freestyle at the Rio Olympic Games last year, sped to the helm of the early world rankings with a 1:46.84 victory in the 200m freestyle on the third day of action at South African Championships in Durban today. Myles Brown was right there with him, on 1:47.5

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Chad Le Clos, the Olympic silver medallist and first man with a clean record home over four laps freestyle at the Rio Olympic Games last year, sped to the helm of the early world rankings with a 1:46.84 victory in the 200m freestyle on the third day of action at South African Championships in Durban today. Myles Brown was right there with him, on 1:47.5

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FabiOS

In Riccione today Detti swam 1’46″64 at the start of the 4×200 free 🙂

Craig Lord

All added to dispatches beyond food, Fabios – both files 🙂

FabiOS

🙂

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