Rousseau Continues His Roll at U.S. Open

South Africa’s Sebastien Rousseau continued his strong performances at the U.S. Open in Southern California by storming to the fourth-fastest time in the world in the 400 individual medley on Thursday night. Rousseau, who trains with Gator Swim Club, registered a time of 4:11.11 to claim a four-plus second triumph over Gunnar Bentz, a rising youth in the American ranks who was timed in 4:15.81. Stephen Schmuhl followed in 4:16.07.

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South Africa’s Sebastien Rousseau continued his strong performances at the U.S. Open in Southern California by storming to the fourth-fastest time in the world in the 400 individual medley on Thursday night. Rousseau, who trains with Gator Swim Club, registered a time of 4:11.11 to claim a four-plus second triumph over Gunnar Bentz, a rising youth in the American ranks who was timed in 4:15.81. Stephen Schmuhl followed in 4:16.07.

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mattcapetown

And another SA shiny suit record bites the dust. Yay!

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