Murphy Lays Down the Law in Charlotte

Conor Jaeger [Courtesy: USA Swimming]

Ryan Murphy, pegged as a future star for the United States, beat the competition to the wall in the 200 backstroke as the Arena Grand Prix of Charlotte came to a close; at opposite ends of the distance spectrum, Anthony Ervin took the 100 free in 49.14 and Connor Jaeger pipped Michael McBroom 15:02 to 15:03 in the 1500m for a distance triple

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Ryan Murphy, pegged as a future star for the United States, beat the competition to the wall in the 200 backstroke as the Arena Grand Prix of Charlotte came to a close; at opposite ends of the distance spectrum, Anthony Ervin took the 100 free in 49.14 and Connor Jaeger pipped Michael McBroom 15:02 to 15:03 in the 1500m for a distance triple

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