Adams Wins 200 Fly, But Concern Reigns For USA

If there was a positive out of the women’s 200 butterfly as the United States National Championships got rolling on Tuesday night in Indianapolis, it is this: Cammile Adams has solidified her status as a regular representative for Stars and Stripes on the international level. If there is a negative, it is this: Much work remains if the U.S. wants to be part of the medal hunt at the World Championships in Barcelona.

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If there was a positive out of the women’s 200 butterfly as the United States National Championships got rolling on Tuesday night in Indianapolis, it is this: Cammile Adams has solidified her status as a regular representative for Stars and Stripes on the international level. If there is a negative, it is this: Much work remains if the U.S. wants to be part of the medal hunt at the World Championships in Barcelona.

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