Luchsinger Kicks Down Door in 200 Butterfly

Well, it wasn’t what we’ve been accustomed to for more than a decade. When the 200 butterfly went off at the United States National Championships in Indianapolis, there was no Michael Phelps barreling down a center lane and leaving his competition in his wake. Rather, the 200 fly was a chance for some new blood to join Team USA for international duty. Tom Luchsinger took advantage of the opportunity, beating Tyler Clary (pictured) to the wall.

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Well, it wasn’t what we’ve been accustomed to for more than a decade. When the 200 butterfly went off at the United States National Championships in Indianapolis, there was no Michael Phelps barreling down a center lane and leaving his competition in his wake. Rather, the 200 fly was a chance for some new blood to join Team USA for international duty. Tom Luchsinger took advantage of the opportunity, beating Tyler Clary (pictured) to the wall.

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