Hungarian star Kristof Milak beat Gwangju in 1: 50.73 to win the 200-meter bronze medal at the world swimming leagues.
Kristof Milak (Photo Credit: Reuters)
Guest: Hungarian star Kristof Milak broke Michael Phelps's 200-meter record on Wednesday when he flew to his first world title.
The 19-year-old, who has been frustrating for the 10-year-old American this season, grabbed a 1: 50.73 in Gwangju with Japan's Daiya Seto beating South African Chad le Clos and breaking the 10-year-old Phelps. -to ship at least eight-tenths.
Surprisingly, Japan's Daiya Seto medalist touched more than three seconds behind the 19-year-old Hungarian.
"It's a great honor for me to beat such a record," said Milak, who is already eyeing the Olympics next year.
"Everyone will try to arrest me, but I'm ready."
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