skip to content

Van der Burgh sets a new men's 100m breaststroke world record

London 2012 - Cameron van der Burgh of South Africa led from start to finish in the men's 100m breaststroke final to cut 0.12 off Brenton Rickard's previous world record and win gold in 58.46s at the Aquatics Centre. Christian Sprenger of Australia was second (58.93) with the USA's Brendan Hansen third (59.49).

100m breaststroke, Aquatics, London 2012, South Africa, Swimming, VAN DER BURGH, Cameron, Men,
IOC

back to top Fr