Hungary Selects 33 For Euro Battle In Denmark As New Political Order Settles In

Tamas Darnyi, left, and Sandro Wladar

Hungary has selected 33 swimmers to race at the European Short-Course Championships in Copenhagen at the end of a year that brought political turmoil and a resounding success as host of the World Championships in Budapest. The year close with Sandor Wladar and Tamas Darnyi in key positions as former world-class achievers at the helm of Hungarian swimming

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Hungary has selected 33 swimmers to race at the European Short-Course Championships in Copenhagen at the end of a year that brought political turmoil and a resounding success as host of the World Championships in Budapest. The year close with Sandor Wladar and Tamas Darnyi in key positions as former world-class achievers at the helm of Hungarian swimming

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