When it comes to Katie Ledecky’s ambitious plans for the Tokyo Olympics, the biggest question has always hung like an anchor on her shortest race. So dominant in the longer distances, Ledecky has seen the gap close between her and the top international competition in the four-plus years since she won gold in the 200-meter freestyle at the Rio de Janeiro Games. Read More
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