Longevity of László Cseh: 200 ‘Fly Cut After Two Silver Linings Behind Bernek & Gábor

Laszlo Cseh by Patrick B. Kraemer

“The Alien” may yet make it back to big-time racing over 200m butterfly, Michael Phelps having popped a four-lapper in of late on Pro tour, but the man who took silver behind him in three events at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 has never set the challenge aside; Laszlo Cseh makes the 200 fly final after silver in the 200m free behind Peter Bernek and silver in the 100m back behind Balog Gabor

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“The Alien” may yet make it back to big-time racing over 200m butterfly, Michael Phelps having popped a four-lapper in of late on Pro tour, but the man who took silver behind him in three events at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 has never set the challenge aside; Laszlo Cseh makes the 200 fly final after silver in the 200m free behind Peter Bernek and silver in the 100m back behind Balog Gabor

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TommyL

Laszlo is a beast. His longevity is astonishing. You cannot find too many swimmers with hardware from Athens who did not have a big break from the sport and still being active. I can think of Ryan, Roland…

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