Battlelines of Budapest: Back To Schooling And The Masters He Mastered In Rio

Joe Schooling and the historic triple silver club of Michael Phelps, Lazslo Cseh and Chad le Clos at Rio 2016 - Phelps is gone - the rest remain - by Patrick B. Kraemer

The world’s leading swimming nations are done with trials. The teams are named, the battlelines drawn: the World Championships got underway in Budapest today as pool swimmers make their final preparations for eight days of racing from July 23. SwimVortex continues its trawl of defenders and challengers: men’s butterfly – the realm of Joe Schooling, Chad Le Clos, Laszlo Cseh & Co in a post-Phelpsian period

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The world’s leading swimming nations are done with trials. The teams are named, the battlelines drawn: the World Championships got underway in Budapest today as pool swimmers make their final preparations for eight days of racing from July 23. SwimVortex continues its trawl of defenders and challengers: men’s butterfly – the realm of Joe Schooling, Chad Le Clos, Laszlo Cseh & Co in a post-Phelpsian period

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