South Africa at the OLYMPICS

South Africa is doing better than expected in the 2012 London Olympics, After swimming sensation Chad le Clos beat the legendary Michael Phelps in the mens 200m butterfly finals. Le Clos medal was added to the Gold that Camero van der Burge received for the mens 100m breaststroke.

South Africa are currently tenth on the medals table ahead of teams like the great Britain who are the host and Australia.The SA men’s lightweight fours rowing team of Matthew Brittain, Sizwe Ndlovu, John Smith and James Thompson qualified for Thursday’s A final, finishing second of six boats in six minutes, 04.21 seconds (6:04:21) in the second semi-final.

South Africa are causing quite a stir at the Olympics and they are flying their countries flag high as well as representing all Africans in such a great way. Go South Africa conquer the world!!!!!!!

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