Sebastien Rousseau, Cameron van der Burgh, Myles Brown (above), and Michael Meyer all cleared the Olympic marks at night one of South African Olympic Trials.
Cameron van der Burgh swam a quick 59.98 to score the only Olympic qualifying time in the first session of South African Olympic Trials.
Chad Le Clos came out golden at today’s All Africa Games in Brazzaville, Congo.
Cameron van der Burgh leads the 100 breaststroke field, clocking a Worlds-qualifying time in tonight’s semis, while countrymate Myles Brown makes history in the 400 free.
Friday marked less than a week until the August 21st beginning of the 2014 Pan Pac Championships on the Gold…
According to a letter sent out by Swimming South Africa, Chad le Clos has not registered an interest to race Michael Phelps and crew at the 2014 Pan Pac Championships.
NCAA co-champ Brad Tandy booked his ticket the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow with a big 50 free swim on the closing day of South African Nationals.
Chad le Clos took the 200 back title on Wednesday, but was upended by another South African star, with relative ease, later in the session.
South Africa’s Chad le Clos took a second event win of the meet thus far in South Africa.
South Africa had a breakthrough with two swimmers qualifying for the Commonwealth Games in the 200 fly on the meet’s first day.
It’s not a Worlds qualifying event in South Africa, but Roland Schoeman topped Chad le Clos in the 50 fly through semi’s on Monday. (File Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Roland Schoeman is among the members of the South African and Chinese teams that were announced today for the mega-money SuperSport Series that will be held in Perth in January.
And Darian Townsend is among a big group chasing Chad le Clos in the 200 free semis. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
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