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Originally published Saturday, June 29, 2013 at 8:29 PM

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Nathan Adrian wins 50 free at national championships

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Nathan Adrian of Bremerton won the men’s 50-meter free at the U.S. national swimming championships in Indianapolis, beating out a field that included four other Olympians. Adrian, who started the week by winning the 100 free, won in 21.47 seconds, tying Garrett Weber-Gale’s long-course championship record and posting the world’s best time of the year.

“It felt great,” Adrian said. “I’m happy to go my best time because that’s what it’s all about. I hadn’t done a best time in the 50 since ’09.”

Huskies get three football commitments

Washington picked up commitments from three football players Saturday.

Among those committing was linebacker Drew Lewis, a class of 2014 prospect who was also considering Oregon State and Pitt.

Lewis told Dawgman.com he committed on Saturday after agreeing to be used as a linebacker while attending UW’s Rising Stars Camp.

Also committing was defensive end Joseph Wicker, a Class of 2015 prospect from Poly High in Long Beach, Calif.; and cornerback Jonathan Lockett, a Class of 2014 prospect from Mater Dei High in Santa Ana, Calif., rated four stars by Scout.com.

Commitments are not binding until letters-of-intent are signed in February (for Class of 2014 players, or the following February for Class of 2015 players).

Motocross

Ryan Villopoto of Poulsbo earned his third 450 Class win of the season, claiming the second moto in the final Moto-X 338 at Southwick, Mass.

The Monster Energy Kawasaki rider leads the standings, 12 points ahead of Ryan Dungey, who won the first moto and was the runner-up in the second.

Times staff reporter Bob Condotta contributed to this report

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