Sculptors On Standby As Pioneer Katie Ledecky Beats A Path To The Pantheon

Katie Ledecky in Rio - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Well, really sorry to break the news for any looking for chinks in the armour: Katie Ledecky looked to be in rude health as she celebrated the aniversary of becoming an Olympic champion at 15 years of age by strolling out as the lone star of her own press conference here in Rio and on a mission that includes golden shots over 200, 400, 800m free, 4x200m freestyle – and a possible place in the 4x100m freestyle.

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Well, really sorry to break the news for any looking for chinks in the armour: Katie Ledecky looked to be in rude health as she celebrated the aniversary of becoming an Olympic champion at 15 years of age by strolling out as the lone star of her own press conference here in Rio and on a mission that includes golden shots over 200, 400, 800m free, 4x200m freestyle – and a possible place in the 4x100m freestyle.

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Felix Sanchez

However tight the 200 looks on paper, her aura is so bullet-proof that I find it very hard to visualise any other winner.

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