Katie Ledecky, alone atop U.S. swimming, is poised to conquer world championships


In case there were any doubts, any skeptics, any nonbelievers remaining: Katie Ledecky made clear over the course of five days this past week that there was no post-Olympic letdown. No rust, no physical hang-ups or mental hiccups. Most knew this was coming when she left the Rio Olympics with five medals — four of them gold — but as the sport turns its attention to the 2020 Games in Tokyo, Ledecky is now the face of swimming, certainly in the United States, if not the world.

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