Another local swimmer qualifies for

David van der Colf has joined Naomi Ruele to become the second Motswana swimmer to qualify for the Youth Olympics that will be held China next year.

Ruele qualified for the summer games in April. Botswana Swimming Sport Association (BSSA) spokesperson Priscilla Parker told Mmegi Sport that Van der Colf qualified for the Olympics during the 10th Africa Junior Championships that were held at the Olympic Development Centre in Lusaka, Zambia over the weekend.

She said that Van der Colf attained a ‘B’ qualifying time in the backstroke. Parker said Van der Colf and Ruele have been selected into the elite African Swimming Confederation (CANA) Zone Four team.

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