Ledecky Up To Muffat’s Shoulder On 4:05

Katie Ledecky, the teenager who almost swam a personal best over the first 400m of the Olympic 800m freestyle final on the way to gold in 8:14 last summer, leapt to second in the world rankings behind London 2012 champion Camille Muffat (FRA) with a 4:05.21 (2:00.19) victory at the USA Grand Prix in Mesa

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Katie Ledecky, the teenager who almost swam a personal best over the first 400m of the Olympic 800m freestyle final on the way to gold in 8:14 last summer, leapt to second in the world rankings behind London 2012 champion Camille Muffat (FRA) with a 4:05.21 (2:00.19) victory at the USA Grand Prix in Mesa

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