Katie Ledecky breezed to her third gold medal of the world championships, backing off a bit on her most grueling night of the meet. It was left to Lilly King, Kylie Masse and Adam Peaty to take down the swimming record book. While Ledecky sucked all the drama out of her event - she was more than 19
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) -- Lilly King of the United States, Kylie Masse of Canada and Britain's Adam Peaty all broke swimming world records Tuesday at the world championships.
Katie Ledecky is in position to win another gold medal after advancing to the finals of the 200m freestyle event at the swimming world championships.