Lewis Clareburt Matches 25-Year-Old Pace Of Danyon Loader In 200 Free At Kiwi Youths

Lewis Clareburt racing to the first of his two golds in Wellington on day 3 of age-group nationals - - by SimonWatts/www.bwmedia.co.nz

Wellington teenager Lewis Clareburt stole the limelight on the third evening of racing at the New Zealand Age Championships in his home town, the second of his two victories matching a record speed that has stood to Danyon Loader, the double Olympic champion of 1996, for almost a quarter of a century.

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Wellington teenager Lewis Clareburt stole the limelight on the third evening of racing at the New Zealand Age Championships in his home town, the second of his two victories matching a record speed that has stood to Danyon Loader, the double Olympic champion of 1996, for almost a quarter of a century.

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