Clyde Lewis Holds Off The Next Gator Gunning For Gold, Mark Szaranek, On 4:13s

Clyde Lewis - by Delly Carr / Swimming Australia Ltd

England’s Max Litchfield – recovering from injury – and his 4:09 best left a big hole in the long medley but the race that remained produced a thriller for the home crowd, Clyde Lewis the new champion in 4:13.12, Scotland’s Mark Szaranek on 4:13.72 for silver and New Zealand taking its first medal of the meet, courtesy of Lewis Clareburt and a 4:14.42 effort

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England’s Max Litchfield – recovering from injury – and his 4:09 best left a big hole in the long medley but the race that remained produced a thriller for the home crowd, Clyde Lewis the new champion in 4:13.12, Scotland’s Mark Szaranek on 4:13.72 for silver and New Zealand taking its first medal of the meet, courtesy of Lewis Clareburt and a 4:14.42 effort

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