Fina coaching clinic for open water swimming

Another great coaching clinic held in ghana venue was at tha ghana Mensah Sarbah Hall whee by the coaches had great quisine and a tribal welcoming ceremony perfomred by the Ashanti Man Tribe where the coaches danced together and had much fun for the night. The following day the coaches were invited to the Mensah Sarbah hall again for a debriefing just go through what they would going to expect and do for their duration time they would be there . FINA strongly believes in the importance of having a globally-respected workforce of... Read More

Chad Le Clos And Erin Gallagher Post Fina World Championships Qualification Times During The First Day Of The SA National Aquatic Championships

Durban, Monday, 8th April 2019 - The 2019 SA National Aquatic Championships and FINA World Championships Trials got underway at the Kings Park Aquatic Centre in Durban today, Monday, 8th April Olympian Chad le Clos was in top form as he cruised to the gold medal in both the 200m butterfly and the 100m freestyle, clocking a FINA Qualification time of 1:56.21 in the butterfly and a fast 49.75 in the freestyle, just 0.95secs under the 48.80 requirement. The silver and bronze in the 200m butterfly were claimed by Ethan du Preez in 1:58.24 and... Read More

The 2019 SA National Swimming Championships Heads For The Coastal City Of Durban

Durban, Tuesday, 2nd April 2019 - The race is on for Mzansi’s aquatic stars as the 2019 SA National Swimming Championships heads for the coastal city of Durban, with the action taking place at the Kings Park Aquatics Centre from 8th to 12th April. This year’s event also doubles as the official selection trials for the 18th FINA World Championships which will be held in Gwangju, Korea from 21st to 28th July 2019. Chad le Clos will be back in the water, swimming the 50, 100 and 200m butterfly, as well as the 100 a... Read More

The Ladies Dominate The Second Day Of The SA National Aquatic Championships

Durban, Tuesday, 9th April 2019 - The ladies dominated the second day of the SA National Aquatic Championships taking place at the Kings Park Aquatics Centre in Durban today. Tshwane’s Tatjana Schoenmaker and Kaylene Corbett brought the crowd to their feet when they both clocked FINA Qualification times in the 200m breaststroke in 2:24.44 and 2:25.62, winning the gold and silver in the process, while the bronze went to Tailyn Seyffert in 2:32.85. Nathania van Niekerk sprinted to a thrilling finish in the 200m backstroke, posting her... Read More

The Fina And IPC World Championships Qualification Times Poured In On The Third Day Of The SA National Aquatic Championships

Durban, Wednesday, 10th April 2019 - The FINA and IPC World Championships Qualification times poured in at Durban’s Kings Park Aquatics Centre during the third day of the SA National Aquatic Championships tonight. There was no stopping Erin Gallagher and Chad le Clos as they both added the 100m butterfly to their list of FINA Qualification times. Gallagher sped to the finish with a new African and South African Record of 57.67, shedding 0.16secs from Egypt’s Farida Osman’s 57.83, while Tayla Lovemore ended second in 59.6... Read More