Short Course World Championships finalist Erin Gallagher isn’t resting on her laurels, producing some solid early-2019 swims in Nelspruit.
Calvyn Justus and Doug Erasmus both took gold in Durban to wrap up 2018.
Although they landed off the podium in tonight’s final, the South African foursome of Brad Tandy, Chad Le Clos, Doug Erasmus and Ryan Coetzee nailed new National and African Continental Records in the men’s 4x50m freestyle relay.
Olympian Chad Le Clos is among the 11 South African swimmers who made their nation’s Short Course World Championships squad; but, there’s a catch.
South Africa saw its first female, Tatjana Schoenmaker, make the 2017 World Championships roster.
Brad Tandy is making his presence known in South Africa, notching an impressive 21.99 in his 50m freestyle semi-final tonight.
South Africa’s Cameron van der Burgh lit it up in Durban with the world’s 2nd-fastest 100m breaststroke time of the season.
‘VDB’ scored South Africa’s only World Championship qualifying mark, but the South African National Championships are just beginning.