Hungary’s On-Fire Dominik Kozma Leads National Record Charge In Berlin


Day 2 in Berlin saw two women’s world records bite the dust, courtesy of Dutch swimmer Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Hungarian athlete Katinka Hosszu. ‘Kromo’ notched a new WR in the women’s short course meters 50 freestyle with a time of 22.93 to become the first woman ever to clock a sub-23 second time, while Hosszu continued her IM assault with a new 100m IM mark of 56.51.

But this pair of speedsters weren’t the only ones to rewrite records in Berlin today, as multiple national records fell across the men’s and women’s events. Below is a round-up of those that were surpassed just today, with the 3rd stop within this first World Cup cluster yet to come in Eindhoven on August 11th and 12th.

Day 2 Women’s National Records

Day 2 Men’s National Records

  • Dominik Kozma, Hungary, 200 freestyle – 1:41.03
  • Danas Rapsys, Lithuania, 200 freestyle – 1:42.23
  • Kacper Majchrzak, Poland, 200 freestyle – 1:41.62
  • Jonathan Gomez, Colombia, 200 butterfly – 1:53.59
  • Jonathan Gomez, Colombia, 400 IM – 4:11.36
  • Ilya Shymanovich, Belarus, 50 breaststroke – 26.09
  • Renato Prono, Paraguay, 50 breaststroke – 26.23
  • Marek Botik, Slovakia, 50 breaststroke – 26.73

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After 16 years at a Fortune 1000 financial company, long-time swimmer Retta Race decided to change lanes and pursue her sporting passion. She currently is Coach for the Northern KY Swordfish Masters, a team she started up in December 2013, while also offering private coaching. Retta is also an MBA …

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