Past Poisoned By Slip Of A Syringe, Park Tae-hwan* Ends Comeback Year A Triple Winner

Park Taefwan of Korea on his way to a third freestyle gold this week - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Another championship record, another title to Park Tae-hwan*. This one to the Korean in a championship and Asian record of 14:15.51 ahead of the Olympic champion Gregorio Paltrinieri, an Italian whose own progress through the ranks has suffered setbacks aplenty at the hands of those who have fallen foul of anti-doping rules.

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Another championship record, another title to Park Tae-hwan*. This one to the Korean in a championship and Asian record of 14:15.51 ahead of the Olympic champion Gregorio Paltrinieri, an Italian whose own progress through the ranks has suffered setbacks aplenty at the hands of those who have fallen foul of anti-doping rules.

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