Katie Ledecky & Nathan Adrian Rattling The Ranks In Mesa Where The Gloves Are On

Nathan Adrian (USA) powering his way back to the Olympic podium in 2016 - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Katie Ledecky raced ahead of the global pace twice on 4:01s over 400m freestyle and Nathan Adrian screeched to the coat-tails of Cameron McEvoy with a 48.18 in the 100m freestyle on the opening day of the Mesa round of the US Pro Swim Series. Ranks-rattling form alive and kicking whether the gloves are off or not; a 2:10 from Josh Prenot followed by a 2:11 PB from Chase Kalisz in the 200m breaststroke; and Simone Manuel goes 53.6 in the 100 free

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Katie Ledecky raced ahead of the global pace twice on 4:01s over 400m freestyle and Nathan Adrian screeched to the coat-tails of Cameron McEvoy with a 48.18 in the 100m freestyle on the opening day of the Mesa round of the US Pro Swim Series. Ranks-rattling form alive and kicking whether the gloves are off or not; a 2:10 from Josh Prenot followed by a 2:11 PB from Chase Kalisz in the 200m breaststroke; and Simone Manuel goes 53.6 in the 100 free

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