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KATIE LEDECKY Made a New Record in Women’s 400m Freestyle

KATIE LEDECKY Breaks Her Record in Women's 400m Freestyle Heat

Last Records in in Women’s 400m Freestyle:-

  • World Record :- 3:58.37,USA, LEDECKY Katie in Gold Coast QLD-2014
  • Olympic Record :-4:01.45, FRA, MUFFAT Camille in London 2012

Katie Ledecky earned her first medal of the Games, a silver, by again swimming the anchor leg in the 4×100-meter freestyle. In the final, Ledecky recorded a split of 52.79 and together with Simone Manuel, Abbey Weitzeil, and Dana Vollmer the American team finished behind Australia with a time of 3:31.89. At the 2016 United States Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska, Ledecky won the 200m-, 400m- and 800-meter freestyles to qualify for her second Olympic team. Ledecky opened the Trials with a win and meet record in the 400-meter freestyle in 3:58.98 0.61 behind his record time  “Watch Video Here”. Two days later, she recorded a time of 1:54.88 en route to winning the 200-meter freestyle Ledecky began the 2016 Summer Olympics by swimming in the heats of the 4×100-meter freestyle relay. Swimming the anchor leg, Ledecky recorded a split of 52.64 and helped the American team finish second overall in the heats with the time of 3:33.59. In the finals of the 4×100-meter freestyle Ledecky anchored the team and helped the US win the silver medal.

Katie Ledecky Time In women’s 400m freestyle Heat is:- 3:58:71(New Olympic record)

 SMITH Leah did :-4:03:39

BALMY Coralie did:-4:03:40

 KATIE LEDECKY Made a New Record in Women's 400m Freestyle

 KATIE LEDECKY Made a New Record in Women's 400m Freestyle

Rio Olympic Day 2 Women's 400m Freestyle heat Results KATIE LEDECKY Performance in Women's 400m Freestyle Heat KATIE LEDECKY Made a New Record in Women's 400m Freestyle

 

 

 

Rio Olympic Swimming Day two Heat Sheet:

  1. Women’s 100,m Backstroke
  2. Men’s 200m Freestyle
  3. Women’s 100.m Breaststroke
  4. Men’s 100m Backstroke
  5. Women’s 400m Freestyle
  6. Men’s 4 x 100m Freestyle

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