Radoslaw Kawecki Shows His Class With 1:56 Victory In Hungarian 200 Back Battle

Poland's Radoslaw Kawecki [photo: Aniko Kovacs]

World-Championships silver medallist of 2013 and aiming to go one better in Kazan next month, Radoslaw Kawecki, of Poland, put his foot down to finish first in the Hungarian Open Championship 200m backstroke in Gyor, his 1:56.87 just shy of his season best of 1:56.38; not far away were Gábor Balog and Luca Mencarini; Daniel Gyurta goes 2:09 on way to 200 breaststroke world-title defence

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World-Championships silver medallist of 2013 and aiming to go one better in Kazan next month, Radoslaw Kawecki, of Poland, put his foot down to finish first in the Hungarian Open Championship 200m backstroke in Gyor, his 1:56.87 just shy of his season best of 1:56.38; not far away were Gábor Balog and Luca Mencarini; Daniel Gyurta goes 2:09 on way to 200 breaststroke world-title defence

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Yozhik

It was a typo in the first name of Radoslaw Kawecki

Craig Lord

He’s Radolsaw no more, Yozhik 🙂

Bill Bell

Kenderesi dropped more than a half-second (53.94) that had been his old pr from last year’s Youth Olympics.

And if my Hiungarian is correct, after his swim he told the media: “Heck, that was easy. Piece of cake. Forty-eight low in finals.”

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