Kazan 2015 Worlds, Day 7 Preview: Katie Ledecky Set For Unique Plinth In Pantheon

Katie Ledecky (USA) -by Patrick B. Kraemer

Day 7 final and we reach the conclusion of an epic: Katie Ledecky, chasing a fifth gold medal after wins in the 200m, 400m, 1500m and as a member of the USA 4x200m freestyle quartet, will become the first swimmer ever to win all four titles from 200 to 1500m if she retains the 800m crown this evening

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Day 7 final and we reach the conclusion of an epic: Katie Ledecky, chasing a fifth gold medal after wins in the 200m, 400m, 1500m and as a member of the USA 4x200m freestyle quartet, will become the first swimmer ever to win all four titles from 200 to 1500m if she retains the 800m crown this evening

Comments

jean Bodon

Does anyone knows a website where I can watch the championships live this week end from the US?

aswimfan

Jean Bodon, try usagoals, then click on eurosport.

aswimfan

I am glad that Hosszu is still respectful towards Egerszegi and her monumental 2:06.62.

Hosszu seems like a nice girl.

Craig Lord

She has always been pleasant, aswimfan

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