Race Video: le Clos wins 100 Fly, Beijing World Cup, 49.41 (Shields goes 49.45)

  1 Gold Medal Mel Stewart | November 14th, 2013 | Featured, FINA World Cup Series, News, Video

pinit fg en rect gray 28 Race Video: le Clos wins 100 Fly, Beijing World Cup, 49.41 (Shields goes 49.45)
Race video is courtesy of Universal Sports Network, a SwimSwam Partner.

Men’s 100 Butterfly – Beijing FINA World Cup – reported by SwimSwam / Jared Anderson:

There have already been some tight races during this evenings events, but the men’s 100 butterfly was the most thrilling from start to finish. South African Chad le Clos and American Tom Shields, who have developed a bit of a rivalry during this season’s World Cup events, turned in a dead heat at the 50 meter mark both registering a split of 23.34.

le Clos managed to have a slightly faster finish beating out Shields for the gold by four one-hundredths of a second. le Clos won the event in a time of 49.41 followed by Shields who touched in a time of 49.45.

Shields still has a hold on the world’s top ranking with his time of 48.80 which he posted in Doha.

Konrad Czerniak of Poland finished third in a time of 50.22.

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  1. RJ says:
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    ::::Riiiiiing:::::

    Tom: “Hello, whose this?”

    Le Clos: “Its me, chad”

    Tom: “Oh um… hey? Howd you get my number?”

    Le Clos: “I’ve had your number all year….”

    ZING!

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