Gyurta Joins Sub-2:10 Club; Hosszu’s Happiness

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World Champion Daniel Gyurta clocked 2:09.85 in morning heats on the last day of Hungarian nationals in Debrecen and, having joined the sub-2:10 club for this season – No 7 on the ranks – promptly left the venue and drove to the countdown camp to worlds; Katinka Hosszu on a new beginning: “To tell the truth, this new chapter differs in many ways from the previous one, since I have my own coach and Shane [Tusup]’s attention means a lot”

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World Champion Daniel Gyurta clocked 2:09.85 in morning heats on the last day of Hungarian nationals in Debrecen and, having joined the sub-2:10 club for this season – No 7 on the ranks – promptly left the venue and drove to the countdown camp to worlds; Katinka Hosszu on a new beginning: “To tell the truth, this new chapter differs in many ways from the previous one, since I have my own coach and Shane [Tusup]’s attention means a lot”

Comments

Jim

Here’s the videos from those dead heats:
the first swim off:
Dudas on lane 4, Gratz on lane 5
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAZNYRus_cQ&feature=share&list=PLTyGM_Agd4Bo5Rx7Fy5Hfa28EzoMuF7EJ

and the 2nd one:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iX1Pz_QAyog&feature=share&list=PLTyGM_Agd4Bo5Rx7Fy5Hfa28EzoMuF7EJ

sadly i couldn’t find the semi finals:(

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