17-year-old Matt Sates dropped 1.48s in the 2IM to hit 1:57.60 in Durban, cracking the top 15 times in the world this season. Sates also hit 51.83 in the 1FL.
Schoenmaker’s 2:20.17 200 breaststroke was the only swim of the night to get under the South African Olympic selection criteria.
South African dynamo Chad Le Clos competed on his home turf today, winning two gold medals at the Grand Prix Stellenbosch.
Egyptian World Championships medalist Farida Osman collected hardware through 2 days of swimming competition at the 2019 Africa Games in Morrocco.
Brad Tandy turned out a World Championships-worthy 50m freestyle time today in Durban.
Commonwealth Games double gold medalist Tatjana Schoenmaker made some magic happen tonight in Durban by clocking the 3rd fastest women’s 100m breaststroke time this season.