Le Clos Turns Sprint Challenger On Eve of $100,000

Chad Le Clos [Photo: Aniko Kovacs]

Chad Le Clos (RSA) has turned his hand to sprint speed the day before he will be crowned men’s World Cup champion in Beijing as the 2013 FINA/Arena tour of eight meets stretched from August to the edge of a northern winter draws to a close. One arrow, however, missed the target – no 50 ‘fly final

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Chad Le Clos (RSA) has turned his hand to sprint speed the day before he will be crowned men’s World Cup champion in Beijing as the 2013 FINA/Arena tour of eight meets stretched from August to the edge of a northern winter draws to a close. One arrow, however, missed the target – no 50 ‘fly final

Comments

Christina

Go Chad! This guy can do no wrong – won’t be surprised if he’s in freestyle sprint tomorrow! 🙂

Sami Sampson

I agree Christina, set to be one of the all time swimming greats in my book! Chad Chad He’s Our Man – If He Can’t Do It No One Can!

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