How Fast Will Katie Ledecky Swim At U.S. World Championship Trials?

10-time Olympic swimming medalist Katie Ledecky unpacks her entire Pro Swim season and training in this interview. Ledecky’s straight to the point, noting her training-hub change to Florida under coach Anthony Nesty and the shortened season. Per usual, she seems completely unfazed by anything. Looking ahead, U.S. World Trials is just another meet.  I have a feeling she’s not going to be fully rested in Greensboro–but I have no confirmation on that.

PREDICTIONS: I overshot my predictions for the San Antonio Pro Swim, but  that’s really all Ledecky needs to do to make Team USA. Here’s my reset for USA Swimming’s International Team Trials , aka World Championship Trials:

200 free – 1.54.2
400 free – 3 59.7
800 free – 8 18.7
Mile – 15 35

But who cares what I think. It’s all about what you think. Drop your comments below.

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This is a Gold Medal Media production presented by SwimOutlet.com. Host Gold Medal Mel Stewart is a 3-time Olympic medalist and the co-founder of SwimSwam.com, a Swimming News website.

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