Other sport 25.7.2017 02:08 pm

Cameron van der Burgh shatters own national record

It falls to old guard to ensure South Africa start making an impact at the World Aquatics Champs as Chad le Clos also soars.

The country's top swimmers gave the national team a boost on Tuesday, as Cameron van der Burgh and Chad le Clos coasted into the semifinals on the third day of competition at the World Aquatics Championships in Budapest.

Cameron van der Burgh shatters own national record
Cameron van der Burgh shatters own national record

Cameron van der Burgh shatters own national record

It falls to old guard to ensure South Africa start making an impact at the World Aquatics Champs as Chad le Clos also soars.

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