Roy Burch’s 23.11-second 50-meter freestyle in May was six-hundredths of a second off the Olympic qualifying standard, causing him to briefly retire. He came back for one final shot, this week in the Caribbean Championships.
Roy Burch’s 23.11-second 50-meter freestyle in May was six-hundredths of a second off the Olympic qualifying standard, causing him to briefly retire. He came back for one final shot, this week in the Caribbean Championships. Blaire Simmons
Roy Burch’s 23.11-second 50-meter freestyle in May was six-hundredths of a second off the Olympic qualifying standard, causing him to briefly retire. He came back for one final shot, this week in the Caribbean Championships. Blaire Simmons

Charlotte’s Roy Burch has one more chance to complete Olympic comeback

June 27, 2016 06:12 PM

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