Analysis M200 Butterfly: Laszlo Cseh, Oldest Champ & Medallist, Leads All-time Shuffle

Laszlo Cseh of Hungary on his way winning the 200m 'fly crown - by Patrick B. Kraemer

When Laszlo Cseh stopped the clock at 1:53.48 for his and Hungary’s first world 200m butterfly title, he became the oldest champion and medallist ever in the event, at 29 years and 245 days. Pawel Zorzeniowski (POL), the 2005 champion, was 28 when he claimed silver in 2013

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When Laszlo Cseh stopped the clock at 1:53.48 for his and Hungary’s first world 200m butterfly title, he became the oldest champion and medallist ever in the event, at 29 years and 245 days. Pawel Zorzeniowski (POL), the 2005 champion, was 28 when he claimed silver in 2013

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