Tatjana Smith has spearheaded a revolution of women’s swimming in SA, underlining her class with magnificent swims in her three breaststroke events at the national championships in Gqeberha that ended on Saturday.

Not a single woman qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympics, with the Tuks swimmer missing out on a spot in the 200m breaststroke by one-hundredth of a second, but eight years later Smith is one of six women to have delivered qualifying times for Paris 2024...

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