Strong Finish Gives Jaeger Second Title of Meet

Connor Jaeger [USA Swimming]

Picking a Con(n)or to win the 400 freestyle at the United States National Championships was a fairly easy call. But which one was it going to be: Jaeger or Dwyer? After eight laps of action in Indianapolis, it turned out to be Jaeger who came through. The University of Michigan star took top honors in the field with a time of 3:45.89, good for the fifth-fastest time in the world this year.

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Picking a Con(n)or to win the 400 freestyle at the United States National Championships was a fairly easy call. But which one was it going to be: Jaeger or Dwyer? After eight laps of action in Indianapolis, it turned out to be Jaeger who came through. The University of Michigan star took top honors in the field with a time of 3:45.89, good for the fifth-fastest time in the world this year.

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