Motion without notice on Chad Le Clos

1. The Chief Whip of the Majority Party moved without notice: That the House

(1) notes that South Africa`s golden boy and swimming sensation Chad Le Clos recently returned home from the championships with a world short course record and two world titles to his name;
(2) further notes that Le Clos won both the 100m and 200m butterfly golds at the recent Fina World Championships in Barcelona, becoming the first South African swimmer to win two events in the same discipline;
(3) recalls that Le Clos didn`t stop after this achievement as he also set a new world record in the men`s 200m butterfly short course at the Swimming World Cup challenge in Eindhoven, Netherlands, the following week;
(4) remembers that Le Clos shot to international fame at the 2012 London Olympic Games when he unseated American legend Michael Phelps in the men`s 200m butterfly final and then finished joint second behind him in the 100m butterfly event;
(5) believes that the addition of the world record in his growing list of accolades will motivate him further and he will continue making South Africa proud; and
(6) congratulates Chad on his amazing achievements and wishes him well in his future endeavours.