Kristóf Milák Rattles László Cseh’s Mighty 1:52.7 Magyar Mark Of 2008: 0.01sec Shy

Kristof Milak - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Just 0.01sec! Kristóf Milák, the 18-year-old Hungarian threatening to rip up the senior script in Hungarian butterfly, rattled László Cseh’s 10-year-old 1:52.70 Magyar mark with a 1:52.71 victory at nationals in Debrecen this evening. The time makes Milak the third fastest in history after the 1:51.51 world record of Michael Phelps from 2009 world titles and the Rome shiny suits circus and Cszeh’s 1:52.70 behind Phelps for Olympic silver in 2008. In textile, only Phelps 2007 world mark of 1:52.09 is faster. Milak is now the fastest teenager in history

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Just 0.01sec! Kristóf Milák, the 18-year-old Hungarian threatening to rip up the senior script in Hungarian butterfly, rattled László Cseh’s 10-year-old 1:52.70 Magyar mark with a 1:52.71 victory at nationals in Debrecen this evening. The time makes Milak the third fastest in history after the 1:51.51 world record of Michael Phelps from 2009 world titles and the Rome shiny suits circus and Cszeh’s 1:52.70 behind Phelps for Olympic silver in 2008. In textile, only Phelps 2007 world mark of 1:52.09 is faster. Milak is now the fastest teenager in history

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