KZN swimming champs

2007-12-13 00:00

THE Muscle Science KwaZulu-Natal Swimming Championships are currently under way at the King’s Park Pool this weekend, WRITES WAYNE RIDDEN.

Heading the list of top seniors out to prove themselves are Kathryn Meaklim, Bianca Meyer, Riaan Schoeman and John Ellis, while U.S.-based swimmers Troyden Prinsloo and Neil Versfeld have returned home for a short vacation and in time to compete, although a little jet-lagged.

The championships continue until Monday with the heats taking place at 9 am each day and the finals at 5 pm.

However, the championships could well be affected byt the electricity cuts that are imminent around Durban over the next few days.

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