Le Clos Tilts At Phelps’ Marks & Phelps Is On His Virtual Marks

Chad Le Clos may yet need to keep an eye on Michael Phelps once more [Photo: Patrick B Kraemer; inset, Speedo]

As the deadline passed this week that will rule out or rule in a 2014 or 2015 world-titles comeback for Michael Phelps, Chad Le Clos, the man who pipped the greatest Olympian in his signature event for London 2012 Olympic gold and went on to add world crowns over 100 and 200m butterfly this year, has set his sights on the American’s global long-course records; deadline passes and official silence fuels comeback speculation as ‘decision’ date puts Phelps on his virtual marks

Want to read more? Our Basic subscription package allows you to access
to all articles barring specific content for Premium and Business
members. Select which service best suits you. Thank you for your
support of independent journalism and quality coverage of world-class swimming.

Log In Register

As the deadline passed this week that will rule out or rule in a 2014 or 2015 world-titles comeback for Michael Phelps, Chad Le Clos, the man who pipped the greatest Olympian in his signature event for London 2012 Olympic gold and went on to add world crowns over 100 and 200m butterfly this year, has set his sights on the American’s global long-course records; deadline passes and official silence fuels comeback speculation as ‘decision’ date puts Phelps on his virtual marks

Comments

No comments are available.

Leave a comment

Post a comment with your SwimVortex Account. Don't have a SwimVortex Account, Sign Up?

(*) Fields are required!
×