Larson Picking Up Slack in 200 Breaststroke

Breeja Larson (USA)

With Rebecca Soni opting to take the 2013 season off to recuperate from a few injuries and to enjoy a well-deserved break, the United States was looking somewhat questionable in the 200 breaststroke. After all, any time you remove the reigning Olympic champion from the equation, things can’t possibly be as strong. Breeja Larson is trying to change that.

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With Rebecca Soni opting to take the 2013 season off to recuperate from a few injuries and to enjoy a well-deserved break, the United States was looking somewhat questionable in the 200 breaststroke. After all, any time you remove the reigning Olympic champion from the equation, things can’t possibly be as strong. Breeja Larson is trying to change that.

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