Bernek Pips Grátz & Jakabos Prevails in 400IM Curtain-Closers At Hungarian Titles

Zsuzsanna Jakabos, by Aniko Kovacs

Hungarian nationals came to a close with a fine battle in the men’s 400m medley, Péter Bernek snatching the last place in the world top 20- with a 4:16.24 win over 4:16.47 from teenager Benjámin Grátz, while Zsuzsanna Jakabos concluded her last outing before a first post-shoulder-op world titles with a 4:42 win in the long medley by sprinting past teenager Réka György down the last lap

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Hungarian nationals came to a close with a fine battle in the men’s 400m medley, Péter Bernek snatching the last place in the world top 20- with a 4:16.24 win over 4:16.47 from teenager Benjámin Grátz, while Zsuzsanna Jakabos concluded her last outing before a first post-shoulder-op world titles with a 4:42 win in the long medley by sprinting past teenager Réka György down the last lap

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Tamas

Bummer for Bence Biczo; 11’th (1.55.8) in the World Rankings, but not good enough for Kazan – has to step up, if he wants to go to Rio 🙂

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