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Nobody has a better tan at the Winter Olympics than Chad Le Clos. The Olympic champion swimmer from South Africa visited Sochi on the final weekend of the games. Le Clos trains outdoors and his deep tan made him a standout among the crowds.
Chad Le Clos and Katinka Hosszu posted two wins apiece in Tokyo on Saturday to underline their dominance of swimming's World Cup series. South African Le Clos flexed his muscles with a perfect two-from-two start to the weekend, storming to victory in
Le Clos, the world's leading men's butterfly swimmer, suffered an upset when US swimmer Tom Shields got the better of him to set a new US record of 48.80 seconds. Shields opened the gap over the last lap of the race, which proved too much for Le Clos,
South Africa continued their stellar performances in the pool at the Moscow leg of the Fina World Cup on Sunday adding three more gold medals to the four from the previous day. Olympic gold medallist Chad le Clos led South Africa's charge on the
The South African swimmer, who was a five-time medallist at the inaugural YOG in Singapore in 2010 and won gold in the 200m butterfly event at the London Olympics, will share his advice and experience with the next generation of athletes, while
Hungary`s swimming star Katinka Hosszu has set her sight on Chinese Ye Shiwen`s 400-meter individual medley world record after winning two medley titles at the Barcelona Worlds. "I definitely already have goals for 2014.
Ace sprinter Roland Schoeman raced to his third gold medal from three starts on the second day of the Swimming World Cup in Berlin this afternoon. The veteran Olympian stunned the favourite, Vladimir Morozov (Russia), with another blistering start to
South Africa's Olympic and world champion Chad le Clos claimed his second World Cup win of the week on Saturday with victory in the men's 200m butterfly final in Berlin. The 21-year-old, who shot to fame by beating Michael Phelps in the 200m fly
Jeanette Ottesen Gray of Denmark won the gold medal in the women`s 50 metre butterfly at the World Swimming Championships here. Ottesen Gray, who had been fastest in qualifying and had the fastest time of the year, finished ahead of China`s Lu Ying
So we will see," said Le Clos. "I had to work really hard tonight. Lochte was very good, especially after winning gold in the backstroke earlier in the session. It will be a big race, all the favourites are there. "I am very excited to swim against