Dániel Gyurta, Winning Ways Matched By Champion Mindset, Says Farewell Fast Lane

Magyar might: Daniel Gyurta at the eye of the storm - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Dániel Gyurta, who followed Olympic silver at 15 in the 200m breaststroke at Athens 2004 with gold in that event two Games on at London 2012, has retired from racing. He will be recalled not just for his winning ways in the pool but his champion mindset out of it, a UNESCO Fair Play award among the treasures in his vault

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Dániel Gyurta, who followed Olympic silver at 15 in the 200m breaststroke at Athens 2004 with gold in that event two Games on at London 2012, has retired from racing. He will be recalled not just for his winning ways in the pool but his champion mindset out of it, a UNESCO Fair Play award among the treasures in his vault

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