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Bloemfontein’s golden boy is back

The newly crowned 50m backstroke world champion, Zane Waddell, arrived back in Bloemfontein on Tuesday after a long commute from Gwangju, South Korea, where...

Bloemfontein’s golden boy back on Tuesday

The newly crowned 50m backstroke world champion, Zane Waddell, will be back in Bloemfontein on Tuesday. The 21-year-old, who studies in the USA, stunned the...

Waddell delighted with World University Games gold

The 21-year-old Free Stater, Zane Waddell, is delighted with the gold medal he won on Sunday night at the 30th Summer Universiade at the...

Waddell qualifies for World Champs

Zane Waddell of the Free State is one of eleven South Africans who will be representing South Africa at the 2018 FINA World Short-course...

Waddell inspired by Team SA’s Commonwealth success

The swimmer, Zane Waddell, is back in Bloemfontein after completing his second year of studies at the University of Alabama in the USA. The...

Waddell off to join the “Alabama Crimson Tide”

The 19-year-old Bloemfontein swimming sensation, Zane Waddell, is finally off to the USA where he will be honing his skills in the pool and...

Waddel and Wessels earn rostrum places at SAs

Free State swimmers, Zane Waddell and Reynard Wessels, were the star performers of the Free State swimming team who took on the rest of...

Waddell gets USA scholarship

Zane Waddell is off to the University of Alabama (USA) on a full scholarship for five years from August next year. Waddell is seen here with the signed National Letter of Intent (NLI), committing him to Alabama and signifying the end of the recruiting process. PHOTO: RUFUS BOTHA

Waddell breaks Schoeman’s 50 freestyle record for more gold

Zane Waddell (left) PHOTO: Twitter

Waddell makes a splash in Samoa

Zane Waddell (middle) of South Africa after winning gold int the boys 50m butterfly final at Commonwealth Youth Games in Apia, Samoa. PHOTO: Mark Kolbe

Waddell set for Samoa

Zane Waddell of Grey College could be the next big name in swimming to hail from the Free State. The 17-year-old is heading to Apia, Samoa this weekend to take part in the fifth Commonwealth Youth Games. His coach, Simon Gray, was largely instrumental in the success of Olympic gold medalist Ryk Neethling. PHOTO: CARIEN JACOBS

BFN swimmers to represent SA in Bulawayo

Zane Waddell (l) and Eben Vorster (r) will be representing South Africa in Bulawayo in December during the frica Union Sport Council Region 5 Games. Photo: MORGAN PIEK

Bloem cousins making a splash in the pool

Zane Waddell, coach Simon Gray & Cullen Thomas. Photo by Morgan Piek