Six Sizzling Days In Seoul Come To A Close

Matt Biondi [Images - courtesy of ISHOF]

We reach the last of six days of finals in our Seoul 1988 – 25 Years On – anniversary special. This was the day of Hungarians Tamas Darnyi and Krisztina Egerszegi; the day when Vladimir Salnikov became the last Olympic swimming champion for the Soviet Union and Kristin Otto the last Olympic swim champion from the GDR; and Matt Biondi took his tally of medals to seven with a fifth gold as a member of the US medley relay

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We reach the last of six days of finals in our Seoul 1988 – 25 Years On – anniversary special. This was the day of Hungarians Tamas Darnyi and Krisztina Egerszegi; the day when Vladimir Salnikov became the last Olympic swimming champion for the Soviet Union and Kristin Otto the last Olympic swim champion from the GDR; and Matt Biondi took his tally of medals to seven with a fifth gold as a member of the US medley relay

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