Versatility Building In Kristóf Milák, Going On 18 With Cseh, Le Clos & Co In His Sights

Kristóf Milák chasing down Chad le Clos in the 100 'fly at world titles in Budapest - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Kristóf Milák, the Hungarian teen who followed up a silver medal at his debut senior World Championships at home in Budapest over 100m butterfly with four golds and a bronze at World Junior titles, emerged from short-course nationals in Százhalombatta with a vault-load of new personal bests in the little pool. What a year of boy to man.

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Kristóf Milák, the Hungarian teen who followed up a silver medal at his debut senior World Championships at home in Budapest over 100m butterfly with four golds and a bronze at World Junior titles, emerged from short-course nationals in Százhalombatta with a vault-load of new personal bests in the little pool. What a year of boy to man.

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