South African Nationals Await Speed Of Le Clos As Matt Meyer Makes Sub-3:50 Debut

Chad Le Clos - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Chad Le Clos returns to solo race action tomorrow for the first time since joining the Energy Standard Swimming Club and launching his own CLC Academy, with Australian international-turned coach Bobby Hurley on the deck. Le Clos clocked 48.6 leading off his club relay and his arrival on the blocks in solo events will be most welcome after a first day with just two finals, the highlight of the day the men’s 400m freestyle, with Matthew Meyer, the 19-year-old from KZNA-ETH, making big strides for a 3:49.55 victory. Serious progress for Meyer on a day when Cameron Van Der Burgh tested the minute in semis of the 100m breaststroke

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Chad Le Clos returns to solo race action tomorrow for the first time since joining the Energy Standard Swimming Club and launching his own CLC Academy, with Australian international-turned coach Bobby Hurley on the deck. Le Clos clocked 48.6 leading off his club relay and his arrival on the blocks in solo events will be most welcome after a first day with just two finals, the highlight of the day the men’s 400m freestyle, with Matthew Meyer, the 19-year-old from KZNA-ETH, making big strides for a 3:49.55 victory. Serious progress for Meyer on a day when Cameron Van Der Burgh tested the minute in semis of the 100m breaststroke

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