Daniel Gyurta wins 200m Breast in Einhoven – FINA World Cup Video

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2013, Einhoven, Netherlands, FINA Swimming World Cup, In the Men’s 200m Breaststroke, the world champ, three time long course champ and Olympic champ gets it done at 2:01.44, winning by 1.36 seconds over Marco Koch (GER). (Watch the full event at UniversalSports.com)

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9 years ago

Does anyone know whether Gyurta was ever coached by Jozsef Nagy; or maybe Gyurta’s coach learned from Nagy?

Gyurta has an early kick before his upper body is in streamline position, consistent with Nagy’;s philosophy of “riding the wave.” Is it better to kick earlier and “ride the wave” and use gravity to move you forward, or kick late and kick into perfect streamline position? I am losing sleep over this dilemma.

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