WATCH: Katie Ledecky Makes Sub-4-Minute 400 IMs Look Easy

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What else can be said about Katie Ledecky?

The Stanford sophomore continues to dabble in the 400 IM — breaking the four-minute barrier for the second time since February. Ledecky's time of 3:59.69 is the fastest time in the country this year ahead of her Cardinal teammates Ella Eastin (4:00.02) and Brooke Forde (4:02.02).

The G.O.A.T casually broke the American record at the 2017 Pac-12 Championships (3:57.68) but decided to forgo swimming it at NCAAs in favor of the 200 freestyle. Eastin, who owned the record prior to Ledecky, would end up taking it back at NCAAs with a time of 3:57.57.

While Ledecky has dabbled in this event — both short course and long course — she has been on the record before stating it is primarily for training purposes.

Don't expect her to swim this at NCAAs this season, but if she did Stanford could legitimately go 1-2-3.

Michael Andrew Takes Us Behind The Scenes At Adidas Global HQ (VIDEO)

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If you've been around the pool deck at a national or international level meet over the last couple of years, odds are you have seen Michael Andrew sporting a lot of Adidas gear.

Day 5 Finals | Russia Claims 4x50m Medley Relay WR Behind Blazing Splits

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The fifth and final day of the LEN European Short Course Championships concluded at the beautiful Royal Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark with Sarah Sjöström powering her way to three gold medals -- including a stunning upset for the Swedish women in the 4x50m medley relay. 

Day 5 Prelims | Kolesnikov Snags 4th WJR With 23.10 In 50m Back

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The fifth and final day of the LEN European Short Course Championships kicked off Sunday morning in Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Day 4 Finals | Adam Peaty Cranks 55.94 100m Breast, Euro Record

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Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu has collected two individual gold medals on back-to-back nights to bring her personal tally to six golds at the 2017 LEN European Short Course Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Saturday.

Day 4 Prelims | No Show For Morozov, Hosszu Takes Two Top Seeds

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The fourth and penultimate day of the LEN European Short Course Championships began Saturday morning at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Day 3 Finals | Dutch Women Lower 4x50m Free Relay WR

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Katinka Hosszu won her third and fourth individual gold medals of the 2017 LEN European Short Course Championships on Friday night in Copenhagen, Denmark. Dutch sprint queen Ranomi Kromowidjojo also snagged two more golds, with an upset victory over Sarah Sjöström in the 100m freestyle and by leading her relay team to a WORLD RECORD. 

Day 3 Prelims | Vlad Morozov Tops Loaded 50m Free Heats In 20.72

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Day three of the 2017 LEN European Short Course Championships continued Friday morning at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Day 2 Finals | Kolesnikov Threatens Grevers' 100m Back WR In 49.25

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Katinka Hosszu collected her second gold of the 2017 LEN European Short Course Championships on Thursday night at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen. Meanwhile, Sarah Sjöström drastically missed the 50m butterfly final after misjudging her speed during the semifinals at the beginning of the session. Who would have predicted that...?

QLD States | Cate Campbell & Ariarne Titmus Light Up In Brisbane

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The Queensland State Championships wrapped up Thursday in Brisbane, Australia, with the country's best swimmers warming up for a hotly contested domestic summer season — peaking with the Commonwealth Games in April. 

Day 2 Prelims | Katinka Hosszu Scares 100m IM WR, 0.24 Off With 56.75

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Day two of the 2017 LEN European Short Course Championships continued Thursday morning at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark.