Rio Reflections: Chad Le Clos Healing As He Aims To Be Golden Gladiator Once More

Chad le Clos is working on surfacing once more a winner but he won't get the chance to do so at a home Commonwealths, Durban having been stripped os its 2022 hosting rights - by Craig Lord

Rio reflections – today, Chad Le Clos, South Africa’s most decorated Olympian, the first man home in the Olympic 200m freestyle with a clean record but fourth in the defence of the 200m butterfly crown and now determined to prove himself all over again. SwimVortex talks to a man still raw from Rio but brimming with ambitions.

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Rio reflections – today, Chad Le Clos, South Africa’s most decorated Olympian, the first man home in the Olympic 200m freestyle with a clean record but fourth in the defence of the 200m butterfly crown and now determined to prove himself all over again. SwimVortex talks to a man still raw from Rio but brimming with ambitions.

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