Tatjana Schoenmaker Is 1st South African Woman To Claim Swim Gold – For 64 Years

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Tatjana Schoenmaker made history when she stopped the clock at 2:22.02 in the 200m breaststroke at the Gold Coast Games today: South Africa had never had a Commonwealth breastroke champion in swimming before – all the way back to 1930. It has one now. And the first South African champion of the modern era in Commonwealth waters, too

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Tatjana Schoenmaker made history when she stopped the clock at 2:22.02 in the 200m breaststroke at the Gold Coast Games today: South Africa had never had a Commonwealth breastroke champion in swimming before – all the way back to 1930. It has one now. And the first South African champion of the modern era in Commonwealth waters, too

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