Nándor Németh, The Other 18-Year-Old Hungarian Setting The Sprint Pace: 48.3

Nandor Nemeth - by Aniko Kovacs

Nándor Németh, the other 18-year-old rewriting the Hungarian sprint books, dominated the 100m freestyle final with a 48.3 victory just shy of the Magyar standard at nationals in Debrecen this evening. He then made up a body and a half deficit to almost claim gold (0.03 shy) for his club in the 4x100m relay with a closing 47.49 split – March – 90 minutes apart; and – Dávid Verrasztó takes what, astonishingly, was his first senior individiual national title in 14 years, while his big sister Evelyn Verrasztó claimed her 60th career national long-course gold

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Nándor Németh, the other 18-year-old rewriting the Hungarian sprint books, dominated the 100m freestyle final with a 48.3 victory just shy of the Magyar standard at nationals in Debrecen this evening. He then made up a body and a half deficit to almost claim gold (0.03 shy) for his club in the 4x100m relay with a closing 47.49 split – March – 90 minutes apart; and – Dávid Verrasztó takes what, astonishingly, was his first senior individiual national title in 14 years, while his big sister Evelyn Verrasztó claimed her 60th career national long-course gold

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