M200 Breaststroke: Marco Koch Stops Gyurta Gold Rush For German First

Marco Koch of Germany by Patrick B. Kraemer

They pressed it all the way – four men in a line on world record pace at the last turn, Marco Koch (GER) inside it at the helm – and the man who who keep up the pressure all the way home to a final drive into the wall and Germany’s first-ever gold in the 200m in 2:07.76; Kevin Cordes (USA) silver; Daniel Gyurta (HUN) bronze but no fourpeat

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They pressed it all the way – four men in a line on world record pace at the last turn, Marco Koch (GER) inside it at the helm – and the man who who keep up the pressure all the way home to a final drive into the wall and Germany’s first-ever gold in the 200m in 2:07.76; Kevin Cordes (USA) silver; Daniel Gyurta (HUN) bronze but no fourpeat

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Wez

Exciting times in Kazan, Meanwhile, Phelps just swan 1:55.1 200 butterfly in USA heats

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