M400IM: David Son Of Zoltan Verraszto Breaks Away On Back Towards Title Retained

David Verraszto - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Going into the race, David Verraszto, world-titles podium in the treasury last year, was the man with the form and a title to defend. He showed it over the eight laps that followed ‘go’. Gold was his in 4:13.15, the silver to Richard Nagy (SVK) in 4:14.16, the bronze to Federico Turrini* (ITA) in 4:14.74.

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Going into the race, David Verraszto, world-titles podium in the treasury last year, was the man with the form and a title to defend. He showed it over the eight laps that followed ‘go’. Gold was his in 4:13.15, the silver to Richard Nagy (SVK) in 4:14.16, the bronze to Federico Turrini* (ITA) in 4:14.74.

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