miles-brownThe ever improving Myles Brown swam to new levels internationally by shattering another African and South African record on the second day of the Swimming World Cup in Eindhoven, Netherlands on Thursday evening.

Brown took to the water in the men’s 1500m freestyle to challenge Italian Gregorio Paltrinieri. It was only in the final 200 metres that the Italian managed to edge ahead and win in 14 minutes, 27.65 seconds (14:27,65) with the Durbanite clocking an amazing 14:30,54 to slice eight point five seconds off the Africa and South African record set by Ryk Neethling in 2000.

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