Lochte Leaps Over Hagino With 1:55.44 in 200 IM

Ryan Lochte by Craig Lord

Most events at the United States National Championships contained at least a bit of intrigue. The men’s 200 individual medley, however, was not one of them. No, the 200 IM was clearly the domain of Ryan Lochte, and no one was going to be able to knock the two-time defending world champion and world-record holder from his perch. Nationals end with 50 selected for action at world titles in Barcelona

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Most events at the United States National Championships contained at least a bit of intrigue. The men’s 200 individual medley, however, was not one of them. No, the 200 IM was clearly the domain of Ryan Lochte, and no one was going to be able to knock the two-time defending world champion and world-record holder from his perch. Nationals end with 50 selected for action at world titles in Barcelona

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