Chad le Clos won a pair of events to book more event entries at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. He took the 200 fly in 1:58.01 and the 100 free in 49.74 at South Africa’s KZNA Premier Championships.
Chad Le Clos easily won the men’s 200m freestyle in a Commonwealth Games-qualifying time, but he wasn’t the only one to notch an event on South Africa’s line-up for next year.
Calvyn Justus (right) was one of 4 first-day qualifiers at the South African Commonwealth Games Trials.
“It was my redemption after losing in Rio. I said I would make no excuses and I wanted to win the gold one year later”
South Africa has announced its selection procedures for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, stemming from the KZNA Provincial Championships next month.
Excitement is already building for what could be a high-octane 100m fly showdown between South African Chad Le Clos and Singaporean Joseph Schooling at next year’s Commonwealth Games.
Wrapping up 2 wins on day 2 in Singapore, Chad Le Clos earned a record-breaking 4th overall World Cup Series title.
Michael Andrew did his thing in Singapore, capturing silver in the men’s 100m IM in a new World Junior Record, while also contributing to Team USA’s WJR in the mixed medley relay.
The World Cup wraps up this weekend in Singapore, where Swedish star Sarah Sjostrom and South African points leader Chad Le Clos try to score some major cash to finish the series.
Catch up on news happening outside the pool in this edition of ‘Beyond the Lane Lines’ featuring Kelsi Worrell, Kirsty Coventry and ‘Stranger Things.’
South African Olympic champion Chad Le Clos has ambitions outside water, as the 25-year-old is pursing building a new pool in the heart of Cape Town.
Sarah Sjostrom continues to set herself apart from the women’s field to nab a potential World Cup title. Tonight, we also saw junior swimmers Michael Andrew of America and Wang Jianjiahe crush World Junior Records
Daiya Seto, the Olympic bronze medalist from Japan, scored a new World Cup record en route to victory in the short course version of the event tonight in Beijing.
Set your eyes on the coveted prizes to be earned at next year’s Commonwealth Games in Australia.
The Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) held its annual awards ceremony on Thursday, November 2nd, in Prague, Czech Republic, with several high-profile aquatic athletes receiving honors.