Tatjana Schoenmaker gave Team South Africa some much-needed good news at the Tokyo Olympics earlier today when she qualified for the semi-final of the 100m breaststroke, setting a new Olympic record in the process. The 24-year-old finished her heat in a time of a minute 4.82 seconds, beating American Lilly King’s record from Rio 2016, and qualified fastest for the semi-final, which takes place tomorrow morning.
Tuks is also represented at the Tokyo Olympic Games and to talk more on this we are joined by Director of Sport at the University of Pretoria Dr. Steven Ball weighs in.
Tuks Swimmer Tatjana Schoenmaker Sets New Olympic Record in the 100m Breaststroke | Newzroom Afrika
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