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The Hungarian Swimming Association announced a list of Hall of Fame nominees
Daniel Gyurta lowered his 200 breaststroke record from the suit era of 2009 to 2:00.48 today at the Dubai World Cup.
Liliana Szilagyi made a statement about the bright future of Hungarian swimming by winning the Youth Olympic title in the 200 fly with the 3rd-fastest time swum in the entire world this season.
After leading all nations at the 2012 European Championships with 26 overall medals and 9 golds, Hungary returns five gold medalists on their loaded 2014 squad.
Ever go grocery shopping and see your own face staring back at you from the drinks aisle? Well that’s what happened to Hungarian swimming star Katinka Hosszu yesterday.
The three finalists and primary candidates for the 2019 World University Games made their initial formal presentations to the Federation International du Sport Universitaire, or FISU, in Belgium earlier this week. Present at the meeting representing the organizers of the biannual event were president Claude-Louis Gallien, and a pair of FISU Vice Presidents.
Captured in Szombathely, Hungary. This Water Polo video was produced by Szombathelyi Televízió. (Image courtesy of FINA)
After breaking the Hungarian National Record with a 59.40 in the 100 backstroke, Katinka Hosszu is scratching the event. She finished second this morning behind American, Missy Franklin. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures)
This pool in South Korea, designed to be shaped like a water drop, will host the 2015 World University Games and now the 2019 World Aquatics Championships. (Photo Courtesy: Gwangju organizing committee)
The historic city of Budapest is slotted to host the 2017 World Junior Swimming Championships. (Photo: Heinz Albers/www.heinzalbers.org)
Sean Ryan of the United States has been biding his time through Open Water Nationals and the World Championship Trials, but unleashed at the World University Games. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
Hungary is sending 17 to Barcelona for the 2013 World Championships including Dániel Gyurta (pictured above), László Cseh, Risztov Éva, and Katinka Hosszú. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures)
The number of cities to have officially indicated intents to bid for the 2019 event has grown to three. (Photo of Hungarian Parliament Building courtesy: Jozefff)