Story Links The fifth day of Short Course Worlds begins tonight at 8:30 p.m. EST. Print Friendly Version The American men touched 4th in the 4×200 free relay, posting a time of 6:49.82 with Cardinal Zach Harting splitting 1:42.92. The US was in the lead after Blake Pieroni’s leadoff leg, Ryan Held split 1:43.05 followed by Zach Harting (1:42.92) and an anchor of 1:42.02 by Zane Grothe (1:42.02) Their 4th-place time of 6:49.84, however, was about three-tenths of a second off the American Record. The event was won by Brazil with a gold medal swim of 6:46.81. University of Louisville swimmer Kelsi Worrell Dahlia was back on the podium with a bronze medal in the 50 butterfly on the fourth day of action at the FINA Short Course World Championships in Hangzhou, China Friday evening (morning in Kentucky).Kelsi Worrell Dahlia put up the bronze medal time of 24.97 in the 50 fly in a race that was won by Ranomi Kromowidjojo of the Netherlands, who went a meet record 24.47 Australia’s Holly Barratt joined Dahlia and Kromowidjojo under 25 seconds, taking silver in 24.80.