Kristóf Milák, Sizzling 16 Going On 17, At 51.98 For 100 ‘Fly Victory Over Laszlo Cseh

Laszlo Cseh - a giant of longevity - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Hungarian nationals in Debrecen this week have fallen well shy of their billing by the new regime at the federation that will host world titles this July as “the greatest” home championships ever but there’s no denying the presence of teenagers pressing their case for senior careers with flying colours. A day after Nándor Németh, 18 this year, crafted a 48.6 curveball-progress national record for the 100m freestyte title, Kristóf Milák, 17 this year and coached by Érdi Úszó produced a 51.98 victory in the 100m butterfly ahead of Olympic silver medallist and training partner Laszlo Cseh – and that after a 1:48 silver in the 200m free

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Hungarian nationals in Debrecen this week have fallen well shy of their billing by the new regime at the federation that will host world titles this July as “the greatest” home championships ever but there’s no denying the presence of teenagers pressing their case for senior careers with flying colours. A day after Nándor Németh, 18 this year, crafted a 48.6 curveball-progress national record for the 100m freestyte title, Kristóf Milák, 17 this year and coached by Érdi Úszó produced a 51.98 victory in the 100m butterfly ahead of Olympic silver medallist and training partner Laszlo Cseh – and that after a 1:48 silver in the 200m free

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