Analysis M400Free: James Guy Enters All-Time Top10 & Ryan Cochrane A Canadian Pioneer

James Guy , the guy who rattled Sun Yang for seven lengths - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Analysis and impact of the women’s 400m freestyle, Kazan 2015: James Guy’s silver made him the first British medallist since Paul Palmer took bronze in 1998. Guy’s British record of 3:43.75 enters the all-time top 10 performers list (textile) at No 9. Ryan Cochrane’s bronze made him the first Canadian to win a medal in the men’s 400m freestyle

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Analysis and impact of the women’s 400m freestyle, Kazan 2015: James Guy’s silver made him the first British medallist since Paul Palmer took bronze in 1998. Guy’s British record of 3:43.75 enters the all-time top 10 performers list (textile) at No 9. Ryan Cochrane’s bronze made him the first Canadian to win a medal in the men’s 400m freestyle

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