Kristóf Milák Leaves Nothing To Cseh & Chance: 51.5 For Gold & 3rd Podium Of Day

Kristof Milak - by Patrick B. Kraemer

A fine finale for the curtain-closing sessions at Hungarian nationals in Debrecen. Kristóf Milák, 200m champion, versus László Cseh, 50m champion, met in the middle over 100m butterfly: in 51.5, the moment belonged to the teen. And that after he has already finished second in the 200m free on 1:47.9 and claimed gold in the 50m backstroke. 51.5, 1:52.7 – March, 18 years old.

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A fine finale for the curtain-closing sessions at Hungarian nationals in Debrecen. Kristóf Milák, 200m champion, versus László Cseh, 50m champion, met in the middle over 100m butterfly: in 51.5, the moment belonged to the teen. And that after he has already finished second in the 200m free on 1:47.9 and claimed gold in the 50m backstroke. 51.5, 1:52.7 – March, 18 years old.

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