Park Tae Hwan Dominates 400 Free in Atlanta

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South Korea’s Park Tae Hwan is looking to bounce back from a disastrous Olympic Games, where he failed to make any finals, and he took a step towards a strong summer when he won the men’s 400 free in Atlanta in 3:44.38, good for the fourth-fastest time in the world this year.

Finishing six seconds back in second place was Club Wolverine’s Felix Auboeck in 3:50.39, and Tidewater’s Patrick Callan came in third in 3:51.66.

Louisville’s Marcelo Acosta took fourth in 3:53.11, followed by Dynamo’s Jay Litherland (3:53.43), Germany’s Poul Zellmann (3:53.57), Texas’ Clark Smith (3:53.65) and Badger’s Zane Grothe (3:53.86).


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