Katie Ledecky will be plenty busy at the world championships that start next week, just not at the record level of mileage we saw in Tokyo. She’s slated to swim a total of 5,600 meters, a drop down from her 6,200 at the Olympics last year, an unprecedented total for the Games.

Ledecky made the team for worlds in Budapest in all of her usual events, winning the 200m, 400m, 800m and 1500m freestyles at the U.S. trials like she has done every time dating to 2014. Read More