Other sport 5.12.2014 12:00 am

Golden boy Chad le Clos lead the way

FILE PICTURE: Chad le Clos. Gallo Images

FILE PICTURE: Chad le Clos. Gallo Images

Chad le Clos was the only South African to progress to the evening session on Friday, on day three of the Short-Course World Championships in Doha.

Coasting through the first round of the men’s 50m butterfly in the morning, he comfortably secured his spot in the semifinals as the fastest qualifier, clocking 22.47 seconds.


Le Clos to chase another medal


All other South Africans in action were eliminated in the heats of their events.

Le Clos shone on the opening two days of competition, bagging gold medals in the 100m butterfly, in which he set a world record of 48.44, and 100m freestyle finals.

His lone efforts lifted South Africa to third place in the medals table, behind Brazil and Spain, with three sessions of finals remaining at the biennial showpiece.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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