Tamás Kenderesi Waves Goodbye To Kazan As Glandular Fever Ends Hungarian’s Season

Tamas Kenderesi, by Aniko Kovacs

The list of causalities ahead of the World Championships in Kazan just grew: Tamás Kenderesi, the Hungarian who sped into the world top 3 at national championships on 1:54.79 over 200m butterfly, has been diagnosed with mononucleosis will not race again this summer

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The list of causalities ahead of the World Championships in Kazan just grew: Tamás Kenderesi, the Hungarian who sped into the world top 3 at national championships on 1:54.79 over 200m butterfly, has been diagnosed with mononucleosis will not race again this summer

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Kim Simonsen

Cheer up lad – Rio is just around the corner 🙂

aswimfan

It’s unfortunate. But agreed, next year will be a bright year for him.

easyspeed

Well that’s rotten luck. Hope he gets well soon.

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