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Katie Ledecky Drops 200 Free From 2022 Worlds Championship Schedule

Ledecky will be replaced in the event by Leah Smith, who finished third at U.S. Trials last week in a time of 1:57.44. Current photo via Jack Spitser/Spitser Photography. Katie Ledecky has dropped the 200 free from her lineup individually at the 2022 World Championships. That means she will race the 400, 800, and 1500 meter freestyles individually, and, we presume, still the 800 free relay.
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Katie Ledecky Not Swimming 200 Freestyle at World Championships

Katie Ledecky Not Swimming 200 Freestyle at World Championships. At last week’s U.S. International Team Trials in Greensboro, N.C., Katie Ledecky posted four dominant victories. She swam her fastest time in four years in the 800 freestyle, and then she added first-place results in the 200 free, 400 free and 1500 free. Ledecky has won world titles in all of those events in her career, with four consecutive gold medals in the 800 free and three each in the 400 and 1500. In 2015, she won a competitive 200 free final on her way to four individual gold medals.
GREENSBORO, NC
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Caeleb Dressel, Bobby Finke, Katie Ledecky Share Thoughts on Trials, Joke About Training (VIDEO)

Caeleb Dressel, Bobby Finke, Katie Ledecky Share Thoughts on Trials, Joke About Training (VIDEO) A trio of University of Florida-based Olympic gold medalists, Caeleb Dressel, Bobby Finke and Katie Ledecky, all earned one final win Saturday evening at the U.S. International Team Trials in Greensboro. Ledecky opened the evening session by dominating the women’s 1500 freestyle, and Finke followed with a big win in the men’s 800 free. In the last A-final of the competition, Dressel edged Michael Andrew in the men’s 50 free.
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Katie Ledecky Snags #1 World Ranking From Ariarne Titmus In The 400 Free

LCM (50m) Start Times: Prelims – 9 am ET / Finals – 6 pm ET. Katie Ledecky won the women’s 400 free at U.S. Trials Friday night with a time of 3:59.52, qualifying for her third individual event at the FINA World Championships in Budapest this summer. She is the first woman under the four-minute barrier in 2022, and bests Ariarne Titmus‘s mark of 4:00.03 to claim the number one ranking in the world in this event.
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