Hungary’s David Foldhazi, the sixth seed coming into the men’s 200 back, is our only major scratch for the morning, but we will still see Australia’s Mitch Larkin (pictured) take on the event.
Hungarian iron lady Katinka Hosszu added 5 more wins to her total to close out the 2016 Hungarian Short Course Nationa Championships.
Radoslaw Kawecki could put himself in Rio contention with a slight improvement
László Cseh took home four gold medals in Gyor: 50 fly, 100 fly, 200fly, and 200 IM. That brings his career total to 99 national titles.
At 30 years old Cseh is still improving and breaking records
Hosszu’s coach and husband said she was up the night before dealing with food poisoning, but Hosszu still won three races on the first day of competition in Nice, France.
Katinka Hosszu is entered in 16 events in Belgium, while Great Britain has nearly all of its top swimmers entered. David Plummer and Kim Vandenberg are the U.S. representatives.
Katinka Hosszu pushed her gold medal total to 15 for the 3-day meet, one of the most successful single-meet hauls in recent memory.