Nathan Adrian wins second gold medal

Bremerton’s Nathan Adrian left little doubt as to who was going to win the 400-meter medley relay.

Adrian, getting the lead from Michael Phelps after 300 meters, jumped in the pool and crushed the rest of the field to help lead the United States to a gold medal at the Olympic Aquatic Centre in London.

Adrian’s time of 46.85 seconds was his personal fastest split. He won the 100-meter freestyle on Wednesday in 47.52. Adrian also earned a silver in the 400-meter relay last Sunday.

The win gives Phelps a record 22 medals, 18 golds.

3 thoughts on “Nathan Adrian wins second gold medal

  1. We here in Bremerton are extremely of our hometown hero whose years of sweat and toil paid off in the 2012 Olympics.Adrian’s parents rightfully should take a bow for their undying support of their son.

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