Laszlo Cseh Takes A Brace Of Wins & Ajna Kesely Goes 4:06 To Keep Big Beasts At Bay

Laszlo Cseh of Hungary - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Laszlo Cseh took a brace of victories on the second day at Hungarian nationals in Debrecen on a day when teenager Ajna Kesely kept two of Hungary’s Rio 2016 Olympic podium placers at bay with a best of 4:06 in the 400m freestyle.

Want to read more? Our Basic subscription package allows you to access
to all articles barring specific content for Premium and Business
members. Select which service best suits you. Thank you for your
support of independent journalism and quality coverage of world-class swimming.

Log In Register

Laszlo Cseh took a brace of victories on the second day at Hungarian nationals in Debrecen on a day when teenager Ajna Kesely kept two of Hungary’s Rio 2016 Olympic podium placers at bay with a best of 4:06 in the 400m freestyle.

Comments

Barnabas Mandi

Good article Craig. I think Ajna Kesely (born 10-09-2001) tapered a bit for this race, Boglarka and Katinka didn’t because they are “protected” as you wrote, too. Katinka is swimming all of the events, Boglarka takes part in 200-1500 free, 200 fly and 400 IM. Heavy training for them. Back to Ajna. She swam 4:22.92 in 2013, 4:17.16 in 2014 and till yesterday her best was 4:07.90 from December 2015. All these times were Hungarian age group records, the last one was a record from 14 to 16 years of age. Yesterday she swam the record of age-class 17 (and 6th place in the world ranking) too, that belonged to Eva Risztov with 4:07.24, back from 2002. I think Ajna and Boglarka will swim the 400m and 1500m (she swam 16:14.35 on Wednesday, age group record 15-17 and 5th place in the actual ranking) in Budapest and I’m waiting for the 200m and 800m too.

Leave a comment

Post a comment with your SwimVortex Account. Don't have a SwimVortex Account, Sign Up?

(*) Fields are required!
×