Night Three Appearance Yields 200 Medley Title for Ryan Lochte at Orlando Pro Series

Ryan Lochte, by Peter Bick

A little bit of Ryan Lochte was better than nothing as the USA Swimming Pro Series wrapped up its stop in Orlando on Saturday night. After missing the first two days of action, Lochte got in some racing in Central Florida, winning the 200 individual medley in 2:00.52, nearly a second quicker than the 2:01.31 posted by Conor Dwyer.

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A little bit of Ryan Lochte was better than nothing as the USA Swimming Pro Series wrapped up its stop in Orlando on Saturday night. After missing the first two days of action, Lochte got in some racing in Central Florida, winning the 200 individual medley in 2:00.52, nearly a second quicker than the 2:01.31 posted by Conor Dwyer.

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Bad Anon

SwimMac have a low yardage training regime si expected Lochte to be lot faster. He has a lot of time to drop to challenge the likes of Hagino in the 200im. Bouchard reminds me of Franklin in 2011; perfoming well inseason and having a great worlds. 2.08 200back is fast in February. expect her to be in 2.06 range in kazan

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