Van Der Burgh Sets 100 Breaststroke WR

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South Africa’s Cameron van der Burgh became first man under 56 seconds in the 100 meter breaststroke, when he at the South African Short Course Championships on August 9th swam 55.99, where his world record from the day before was 56.39. Read SwimmingWorld Magazine

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