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

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