George Haines Smiles Down As Katie Ledecky Hurtles Towards Defence Of World Titles

Katie Ledecky by Patrick B. Kraemer

The man with his name on the building at the George F. Haines International Swim Center has been gone 11 years now but was surely smiling down as Katie Ledecky, the Olympic champion hurtling towards the defence of four solo world freestyle crowns in Budapest late next month, graced his pool with a 1:55.34 200m free at the Santa Clara leg of the Pro Swim series.

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The man with his name on the building at the George F. Haines International Swim Center has been gone 11 years now but was surely smiling down as Katie Ledecky, the Olympic champion hurtling towards the defence of four solo world freestyle crowns in Budapest late next month, graced his pool with a 1:55.34 200m free at the Santa Clara leg of the Pro Swim series.

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