Tatjana Schoenmaker moved into second position on the 100m breaststroke world rankings as she chalked up her third national record on day five of the SA Invitational Aquatics Championships in Gqeberha on Sunday evening.

Schoenmaker’s time of 1 min 05.74 sec‚ which was also an African record‚ ensured the Gauteng swimmer ended her main events with a clean sweep of three gold medals along with three SA and African records...

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