Team USA Not Short on World Champs Storylines

Ryan Lochte by Craig Lord

The United States has been the globe’s aquatic power for eons, and even as the country undergoes a transition period – replacing Phelps, Hansen, et al – there is no reason to believe the Red, White and Blue won’t remain on the top of the world pedestal. Here’s a glimpse at some of the storylines shaping up for the World Championships.

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The United States has been the globe’s aquatic power for eons, and even as the country undergoes a transition period – replacing Phelps, Hansen, et al – there is no reason to believe the Red, White and Blue won’t remain on the top of the world pedestal. Here’s a glimpse at some of the storylines shaping up for the World Championships.

Comments

Lane Four

Ryan is going to be awesome. Katie is going to be awesome. Can’t wait!

Graham

Are you suggesting Ryan won’t make the 200IM final? 😉

John Lohn

Good catch on Day Five and 200 IM Final. Article is updated to reflect.

Justin Thompson

My guess is Lochte wins one individual event, the 200IM and that’s going to be a very tough race. Forget the 200m Free, 200m back, and 100m fly. He won’t win any of those races and will be lucky to medal.

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