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"From Yahoo Sports: Ryan Lochte won't defend his 400m individual medley title at the Rio Olympics after finishing third on Sunday in a final won by Chase Kalisz at the US swimming trials. Lochte, who said he suffered a groin injury in the breaststroke leg of the morning heats, took the race out fast, but Kalisz roared past the 11-time Olympic medallist Lochte on the breaststroke and held on over the finishing freestyle to win the punishing event in 4min 09.54sec. Jay Litherland put himself on the road to a first Olympic appearance in Rio with a second-place finish in 4:11.02, while Lochte was third and out of the Rio running in 4:12.02.", sports.yahoo.com
"From Yahoo Sports: Ryan Lochte powered out to a big lead in the event he won four years ago at the London Olympics, his powerful arms churning through the water, looking very much like a lock for another trip to the games. Lochte appeared to be swimming in molasses on the breaststroke and freestyle legs, allowing Chase Kalisz and Jay Litherland to claim the two spots on the U.S. team for Rio. Actually, the 11-time Olympic medalist was hindered by a groin injury sustained in the morning preliminaries.", sports.yahoo.com
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