In a stroke-for-stroke battle right down to the finish, Naples High's Hunter Robinson (on right in the picture) and Gulf Coast's Nathan Caldwell fight for the lead before their final turn in the 200 individual medley event at Tuesday night's meet at the YMCA's Norris Pool. Timers using hand-held stopwatches actually had Robinson with the fastest time of 2:06.51, compared to Caldwell's 2:06.67. But reviewing the ultra-close finish, judges ruled that Caldwell had actually touched the wall first to win the race by a whisker.

Photo by TOM RIFE, Daily News

In a stroke-for-stroke battle right down to the finish, Naples High's Hunter Robinson (on right in the picture) and Gulf Coast's Nathan Caldwell fight for the lead before their final turn in the 200 individual medley event at Tuesday night's meet at the YMCA's Norris Pool. Timers using hand-held stopwatches actually had Robinson with the fastest time of 2:06.51, compared to Caldwell's 2:06.67. But reviewing the ultra-close finish, judges ruled that Caldwell had actually touched the wall first to win the race by a whisker.

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