M200br Semis: Daniel Gyurta Wants In On The Fourpeat Club With Hackett & Lochte

Daniel Gyurta of Hungary by Patrick B. Kraemer

The pressure built, the question is, who will let the steam off in the final: five me on 2:08, Yasuhiro Koseki (JPN) stamping his tickets to lane 4 with a 2:08.03. Then came European champion Marco Koch (GER), on 2:08.34, defending champion and a man chasing a record fourth in win, Daniel Gyurta (HUN), on 2:08.53, Kevin Cordes (USA), 2:08.69), and Andrew Willis (GBR), 2:08.72; and a 2:09.64 world junior mark for Anton Chupkov

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The pressure built, the question is, who will let the steam off in the final: five me on 2:08, Yasuhiro Koseki (JPN) stamping his tickets to lane 4 with a 2:08.03. Then came European champion Marco Koch (GER), on 2:08.34, defending champion and a man chasing a record fourth in win, Daniel Gyurta (HUN), on 2:08.53, Kevin Cordes (USA), 2:08.69), and Andrew Willis (GBR), 2:08.72; and a 2:09.64 world junior mark for Anton Chupkov

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