Katie Ledecky just keeps winning at the world swimming championships.
Ryan Lochte is back on top, too, and together he and Ledecky carried the United States to its first two-gold medal night of the eight-day meet Thursday.
Ledecky anchored a 3.04-second comeback victory in the 4x200-meter freestyle relay for her fourth gold. Lochte won a record fourth consecutive title in the 200 individual medley.
“We had a great night,” Ledecky said. “We're really getting some momentum and showing what we can do.”
Missy Franklin led off the relay for the Americans, and Leah Smith and Katie McLaughlin kept them within...