Paralympics 2012

Herbst sneaks into 400m final

2012-09-07 11:17
Hendri Herbst (File)
Cape Town - South Africa's Hendri Herbst qualified for the men's 400m freestyle S11 final at the London Paralympics on Friday.

Herbst recorded the eighth and slowest time ahead of Friday evening's final - 5:08.87 - despite setting a new Africa record.

American Bradley Snyder posted the quickest time of 4:33.70.

The final is scheduled for 18:44 SA time.

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