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Swimming South Africa has revealed its National Team selections for the 2020/21 season, based on world rankings and medal potential.
South Africa’s Calvyn Justus, who trains under Dave Salo stateside, is set to race this week at the KZNA Premier Provincial Championships.
Roditi, who will seek Olympic qualification in open water, broke a 17-year-old Israeli Record this weekend in California.
South African Olympian Calvyn Justus has been training with the Trojan Swim Club under Dave Salo.
Calvyn Justus and Doug Erasmus both took gold in Durban to wrap up 2018.
Though the Australian men took home no medals in the backstroke events at last summer’s FINA World Championships in Budapest, they remain the best in the Commonwealth.
The IOC is going to try and elect an African host for the 2022 Youth Olympic Games at its upcoming session in Buenos Aires in October.
South Africa’s youngest athletes on their entire Commonwealth Games roster include 2 swimmers, as the pair join veteran medalists Chad Le Clos and Cameron Van der Burgh.
Aux championnats d’Afrique du Sud qui se sont tenus à Durban pendant six jours, 29 filles et garçons, ont réalisé les minima requis pour entrer dans l’équipe nationale pour les Jeux du Commonwealth.
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.
A 52.20 100m butterfly for Chad Le Clos checks in as the 2nd-fastest in the world this season.
Der südafrikanische Olympiateilnehmer Calvyn Justus ist für den Shorty Award nominiert – dabei handelt es sich um eine Ehrung, die…
South African Olympic swimmer Calvyn Justus has been nominated for a Shorty Award based on his social media presence.