SPORTS DAY: It’ll be tough but Chad vows to fight for medal

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SPORTS DAY: It’ll be tough but Chad vows to fight for medal

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Le Clos ready to fight for SA’s first medal

Chad le Clos is ready to fight to win SA’s first medal of the world swimming championships in Gwangju on Wednesday night after Tatjana Schoenmaker missed her chance on Tuesday. “It’s going to be tough tomorrow,” Le Clos said after finishing second behind Hungarian Kristof Milak in the second semifinal. “He’s very far ahead of everyone. We’ll see. I’ve come for the fight‚ I’ve come to race.” Schoenmaker was never in contention for the podium and ended a tame sixth in 1min 06.60sec‚ well outside her recent SA record, which would have been good enough for bronze. ..

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