Katie Ledecky Speedometer Of A Month Of More Governance On Life Support

Katie Ledecky by Patrick B. Kraemer

Catch-up: Katie Ledecky and an 8:06 world record over 800m freestyle is the standout Speedometer of a month on the wane that has delivered more reason to believe the era of sports autonomy is on its last legs, among our links to news this month the latest bombs to land in the realm of criminal to bad governance in international sport

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Catch-up: Katie Ledecky and an 8:06 world record over 800m freestyle is the standout Speedometer of a month on the wane that has delivered more reason to believe the era of sports autonomy is on its last legs, among our links to news this month the latest bombs to land in the realm of criminal to bad governance in international sport

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