Latest Version of Chrome Driver for Selenium Webdriver

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I visited the chrome driver website. There they reflected that the latest release was 2.22, but when I went to index page, it was mentioned 2.9 in the hierarchy.I’m not able to understand the above situation. Please help in this matter
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The driver versions mentioned on the site are in alphabetically order.So, version 2.9 will appear at the bottom of the page which will look like as the recent version or last. The actual recent version is 2.22.
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