Verraszto Living In The Moment After 4:07.47 In 400IM: Peaty Lays Down 26.61 In 50Br Blast

David Verraszto - by Patrick B. Kraemer

David Verraszto was the living, breathing embodiment of enjoying the moment as the Hungarian reacted with disbelief to his world-leading time of 4:07.47 in the 400m individual medley on the second night of the Sette Colli meet in Rome.

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David Verraszto was the living, breathing embodiment of enjoying the moment as the Hungarian reacted with disbelief to his world-leading time of 4:07.47 in the 400m individual medley on the second night of the Sette Colli meet in Rome.

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