SA swim talent in camp in Pinetown ahead of busy 2010 season
SA’s elite and youth squad swimmers are being put through their paces at the Swimming SA national training camp in Pinetown near Durban, in preparation for a hectic domestic and international 2010 aquatics season.
Junior swimming on the up
The 2010 CANA Zone 3 & 4 Championships held in Nairobi, Kenya last weekend has taken the standard of junior swimming to new levels with 320 swimmers having competed for medals and team points.
More medals for Molepo as SA swim youngsters achieve waves of success in Kenya
The Maselela Molepo swim show continued to keep the SA team in the medal hunt in the timed finals on the final day of action at the CANA Zone 3 & 4 Championships held in Nairobi, Kenya today
Molepo continues to shine as SA team keep the medal challenge on course in Kenya
Limpopo swim power rules! Ask Malesela Molepo as he continued to get among the medals and championship records for SA, in the timed finals at the CANA Zone 3 & 4 Championships held in Nairobi, Kenya today.
Molepo makes waves of success as SA’s young swimmers get a good start in Kenya
Limpopo Province swimmer Malesela Molepo led the medal charge while KwaZulu Natal’s Jessica Bragason recorded a Championship record on the opening day of the CANA Zone 3 and 4 Aquatics Championships in Nairobi, Kenya today.
SA’s young swimmers look to start 2010 on a winning note in Nairobi
Swimming SA’s youth brigade will be looking to get the 2010 aquatics season off to a winning start, when they compete in the CANA Zone 3 & 4 Championships in Nairobi, Kenya from January 8-10.
Record breaking Kathryn is on top of the world and Cameron wins series
Kathryn Meaklim is on top of the world after setting a new world record in the 400 metres individual medley with a time of 4:22.88 at the final leg of the FINA/Arena Swimming World Cup in Singapore today. Meaklim was 2.18 seconds faster than the previous record held by Mireia Belmonte of Spain.
Roland and Darian strike gold as SA swimmers continue their medal surge
Roland Schoeman and Darian Townsend kept the gold medals coming the way of the SA team as they each made two trips to the podium on the opening day of the FINA/Arena Swimming World Cup in Singapore today.
Cameron and Darian set world records
Cameron van der Burgh recorded his second breaststroke world record within 24 hours, and together with a world best from Darian Townsend and a meet record from Roland Schoeman, led the SA swim charge for glory in the final session of the FINA/Arena Swimming World Cup in Berlin, Germany today.
Cameron betters his world record as SA swimmers turn up the pace
Tshwane’s Cameron van der Burgh bettered his world record in the 50 metres breaststroke as the South African’s continued to do the Rainbow Nation proud on the opening day of the two-day FINA/Arena Swimming World Cup in Berlin, Germany today.