Michelle Weber Out to Make a Splash in Tokyo

by | Jun 21, 2021

South African international swimmer, Michelle Weber, is looking forward to representing the country at the Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Sharing the news on Instagram, Weber said: “Still without words after yesterday’s swim. But feeling so blessed to have qualified for my second Olympics 🤍

“I can’t thank everyone enough for their incredible support throughout this journey. Looking forward to representing SA in Japan next month.” SA champion open water swimmer, Michelle Weber

In March 2021, Weber won the 10km SA National Open Water Swimming Championship title and went on to continue with her winning performance as she powered through 20 top-ranked women to win the 2021 aQuelle Midmar Mile title that she had previously won in 2016.

Tokyo Games Hopeful Michelle Weber Doubles Up on Midmar Mile Wins

 

Photo 1 Caption: South African international swimmer, Michelle Weber, is looking forward to representing the country at the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Photo: Michelle Weber (Instagram)

 

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