Victories For Kapas & Gyurta Brothers As Kenderesi Tops Tight 200 ‘Fly Fight, Cseh 4th

Tamas Kenderesi - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Boglarka Kapas, on 16:04.19 in the 1500m freestyle, and Daniel Gyurta, on 2:09.72 in the 200m breaststroke, produced the top two points efforts on the first day of Hungarian nationals in Debrecen, where the men’s 200m butterfly produced the race of the day. Olympic bronze medallist Tamas Kenderesi claimed gold in 1:54.89 and was followed by a 1:55.41 from 16-year-old Kristóf Milak, who stepped up from a preview best time of 1:56.77 for gold at the European Junior Championships last year. Next home were four men on 1:56s, the reigning world champion Laszlo Cseh locked out in 1:56.82, the bronze to 19-year-old Márk Tekauer in 1:56.44.

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Boglarka Kapas, on 16:04.19 in the 1500m freestyle, and Daniel Gyurta, on 2:09.72 in the 200m breaststroke, produced the top two points efforts on the first day of Hungarian nationals in Debrecen, where the men’s 200m butterfly produced the race of the day. Olympic bronze medallist Tamas Kenderesi claimed gold in 1:54.89 and was followed by a 1:55.41 from 16-year-old Kristóf Milak, who stepped up from a preview best time of 1:56.77 for gold at the European Junior Championships last year. Next home were four men on 1:56s, the reigning world champion Laszlo Cseh locked out in 1:56.82, the bronze to 19-year-old Márk Tekauer in 1:56.44.

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