Mack Horton is going back to his world junior roots and a five-gold-medals season when he becomes the first Australian to take on the 200,400, 800 and 1500m free challenge at world titles since Grant Hackett in 2005. In Rio last year, Horton claimed Olympic 400m gold at the start of the week but was spent by the time the 1500m came round at the end of the program. Since then, adjustments have been made to his training by coach Craig Jackson to cope with the goal of a wide freestyle spectrum, Horton tells Nicole Jeffery at The Australian
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