The youth of South Africa continued to clean up FINA World Junior Championships cuts on days 3 and 4 of the nation’s Junior Age Group Swimming Championships.
16-year-old Dune Coetzee was on a roll again on day 2 of the 2019 South African National Junior Age Group Swimming Championships.
16-year-old Dune Coetzee led the charge of young South Africans with an impressive 400m freestyle effort of 4:15.02.
19-year-old Kaylene Corbett of South Africa notched a new 200 breast personal best of 2:25.98 in Stellenbosch, clearing her previous lifetime best by over a second.
South Africa’s Tatjana Schoenmaker registered the 3rd fastest performance of her career for gold in Stellenbosch.
24-year-old Pernille Blume underwent heart surgery last month and is entered in the South African Grand Prix this weekend for her first race back.
Australian Kareena Lee took the women’s title in the 2019 Midmar Mile, the world’s largest open water race.
Short Course World Championships finalist Erin Gallagher isn’t resting on her laurels, producing some solid early-2019 swims in Nelspruit.
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.
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Irina Krivonogova of the Russian Federation has ceded her spot to South Africa’s Rebecca Meder in the final of the women’s 400 IM on Day One of 6th FINA World Junior Swimming Championships.
With less than a month to go, Swimming South Africa has released their roster for the upcoming Junior World Championships…
South African nominees for the nation’s World Junior Championships roster must pay their own way to Indy.
Back on top: South Africa’s Chad Le Clos scores world’s fastest 100m butterfly time this season.
While competing on day 5 of her nation’s championship meet, Tatjana Schoenmaker accomplished a major feat by becoming the first female to clock a World Championships qualifying time for Budapest.