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Chad Le Clos Takes 200 Free at South African Grand Prix in Stellenbosch
May 8, 2021 — Chad Le Clos Takes 200 Free at South African Grand Prix in Stellenbosch as he was beat in the 100 butterfly final by Matthew Sates.
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Ahead of Olympic Summer, Swimming World’s Latest World Male Rankings
May 8, 2021 — With months to go until the Olympic Games, Caeleb Dressel, Adam Peaty and Kristof Milak top the list of the world's best male swimmers.

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Brazil's De Deus Punches Ticket to Third Olympic Games, Costa Adds 800 Free
April 21, 2021 — De Deus's victory in the 100 fly qualified him for his 3rd consecutive Olympics. Costa posted the 8th fastest 800 free time in the world this season: 7:50.41

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Milak Clocks 51.07 In 100 Fly Heat And Sets Up 200 Free Tussle With Nemeth
March 26, 2021 — Kristof Milak clocked 51.07 in the 100 fly and set up a battle with Nandor Nemeth in the 200 free at the Hungarian Nationals in Budapest.

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Energy Standard Training Group
Unable To Return To Training Base in Turkey...
due to the coronavirus pandemic...
Jan. 21, 2021 — The Energy Standard Training group, usually based in Turkey, has been unable to resume training there since before they dispersed for the Christmas break due to the coronavirus pandemic. Current travel restrictions, as a result of rising Covid-19, have meant that the group never returned in the new year to their base in the Gloria Sports Arena. With the pandemic worsening in many countries across the world, head coach James Gibson said: “It’s not the best time to run an international program.” He added: “All of the group are training at home to get some consistency in their work towa ...

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Which Athletes Might Benefit From the Olympics Postponement?
May 30, 2020 — When the Olympic Games got pushed back a year, there was a huge sigh of relief for many athletes who were struggling to find adequate training locations to be at their best this year. So with the Games moved to 2021, that leaves a lot of athletes an extra year to grow mentally and physically to be at their best next summer. Although mostly everyone has been out of the water for the better part of two months, many have used this time to re-evaluate their goals and perhaps recover mentally from the last block of training. As of this writing, there are 420 days until the Tokyo Olympics, ...
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Chad Le Clos Planning To Shift Focus Towards 100 Free Post-Tokyo
May 9, 2021 — The 29-year-old South African will turn his focus towards the 100 fly/100 free double after the Tokyo Olympics.

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Matt Sates Out-Swims Le Clos In 100 Fly To Close Out 2021 CANA Grand Prix
May 8, 2021 — Sates swam a 52.30 to take gold in the men's 100 butterfly final, out-touching le Clos who was a 53.37 for the silver medal.
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Matthew Sates Picks Up Olympic Qualification in 200 IM at South Africa Grand Prix
May 7, 2021 — Matthew Sates Picks Up Olympic Qualification in 200 IM at South Africa Grand Prix as he got under the FINA A standard with a 1:59.02.
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Chad le Clos Just Misses Automatic Olympic Qualification In 100 Fly
April 12, 2021 — The two-time silver medalist in the event was just over the required 51.96 that it would have taken to automatically qualify for the Games.

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Schoenmaker Sole Addition To South African Olympic Roster On Day 3 Of Nationals
April 10, 2021 — Schoenmaker's 2:20.17 200 breaststroke was the only swim of the night to get under the South African Olympic selection criteria.
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T. Schoenmaker Breaks Own 50 BR National Record (30.32) at 2021 RSA Nationals
April 8, 2021 — Tatjana Schoenmaker broke her own 50 BR national record twice in the same day at the 2021 South African Nationals, going 30.42 to 30.32 just hours apart.
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Ian Thorpe: “Everyone in the World is Swimming the 200 Freestyle Wrong” (Video)
Jan. 20, 2021 — Australian Swimming legend Ian Thorpe believes that his sensational 1:44.06 World record over 200 metres freestyle in 2001 remains one off the three most competitive four-length swims of the past two decades because “everyone in the world is swimming the 200 freestyle wrong.” “You can’t swim 150 meters easy and then turn it into a sprint. You are going to limit what time you are going to do,” says Thorpe, Olympic 400m freestyle champion at Sydney 2000 and 200m and 400m gold medallist at Athens 2004. Now 37, he believes that the only way the swimmer who cannot match the rare backend s ...

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With More Time, Le Clos Looks To Add Another Olympic Event
March 29, 2020 — With just about every other swimmer around the world, 27-year-old Chad Le Clos of South Africa saw his Olympic preparation hurriedly disrupted with the unfolding of the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic. Just days before the Tokyo Organizing Committee confirmed that this year’s Olympic Games would be moving to 2021, the nation of Turkey where Le Clos’ Energy Standard is based, was set to go into lockdown. All athletes and coaches had roughly 36 hours to leave the country, knocking the original 6-7 week training plan completely off course. With a few days’ worth of reflection und ...
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Energy Standard Pulls Plug On Program During Corona Crunch As Sjöstöm & Co Get Set For ‘Stockholm Closed’
March 26, 2020 — The international and development Energy Standard program in Turkey has been suspended in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and all squad members have returned home to their respective countries. Head coach that all club activities were suspended on the day the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games were postponed: “Now we follow and respect the advise of the local governments.” The Energy squad includes swimmers from many countries, including Olympic champions Sarah Sjöström , of Sweden, Florent Manaudou , of France, and Chad Le Clos , of South Africa, as well as World champions Ben ...
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