CC photo #89: Dániel Gyurta after his 200 breaststroke win in Rome 2009

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Hungary’s Dani Gyurta very happy after his men’s 200 meter breaststroke win at the Rome 2009 World Aquatics Championships. Winning time 2:07.64, Australia’s Christian Sprenger had set the 2:07.31 world record in the semifinal the day, but swam 2:07.80 in the final, joint 3rd with Lithuanian Giedrius Titenis, USA’s Eric Shanteau in between with a 2:07.65. Tired swimmers in the pool are (I guess) Eric Shanteau on lane 5 and Italy’s Loris Facci on lane 7, see startlist.

Daniel Gyurta after his 200 breaststroke win in Rome 2009

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