Missy Franklin not intimidated by 100 backstroke record

USA TODAY Missy Franklin not intimidated by 100 backstroke record USA TODAY Franklin qualified second for tonight's semifinals of the 100-meter backstroke behind Australia's Emily Seebohm, who set an Olympic record of 58.23 in the heat before Franklin , who won her heat in 59.37. “Emily's race was unbelievable,” Franklin gushed … Olympic mark set in 100 back prelims ESPNSeebohm upstages Franklin in backstroke heats Chicago TribuneSeebohm upstages Franklin with…
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