M400IM: Chase Kalisz Belts Beyond Shadow Of Phelps & Lochte – 4:05.90 CR

Chase Kalisz of the United States - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Chase Kalisz – out of the shadow of Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte at the first world championships without either or both the giants of medley since 2001. Behold the board: 4:05.90. Faster than Phelps ever speed to victory at the world titles; swifter than the great one’s booming, golden 4:06.22 at Melbourne 2007 (10 years on – how good was that back then), a mark that had stood as the championship record ever since – until today. From one of Bob’s boys to another.

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Chase Kalisz – out of the shadow of Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte at the first world championships without either or both the giants of medley since 2001. Behold the board: 4:05.90. Faster than Phelps ever speed to victory at the world titles; swifter than the great one’s booming, golden 4:06.22 at Melbourne 2007 (10 years on – how good was that back then), a mark that had stood as the championship record ever since – until today. From one of Bob’s boys to another.

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