The Battlelines Of Budapest: Lacourt’s Last Stand & Challenging Murphy’s Law & Larkin

Ryan Murphy, of the United States of America, by Patrick B. Kraemer

The world’s leading swimming nations are done with trials. The teams are named, the battlelines drawn: the World Championships loom and Budapest makes its final preparations to host the aquatic community from July 14 to 30, pool racing over eight days from July 23. SwimVortex is casting out a net of possibilities for Budapest 2017 with a nod to the Pavlovian dog in us all. We started with freestyle men’s sprint freestyle. Now, we turn to the realm of Ryan Murphy, Mitch Larkin’s double defence – and Camille Lacourt’s last stand

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The world’s leading swimming nations are done with trials. The teams are named, the battlelines drawn: the World Championships loom and Budapest makes its final preparations to host the aquatic community from July 14 to 30, pool racing over eight days from July 23. SwimVortex is casting out a net of possibilities for Budapest 2017 with a nod to the Pavlovian dog in us all. We started with freestyle men’s sprint freestyle. Now, we turn to the realm of Ryan Murphy, Mitch Larkin’s double defence – and Camille Lacourt’s last stand

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