Katinka Hosszú 57.50 and new 100 IM SC World Record at the Eindhoven 2013 World Cup


Four world records in two events in two days. That. Is. Impressive.

Tonight at the FINA 2013 World Cup meet in Eindhoven, Netherlands, Hungary’s Katinka Hosszú set a yet another 100 individual medley short course world record, clocking 57.50 where her world record from this morning was 57.73. She also clocked 4:22.18 and new 400 IM World Cup record, the old one Katrhyn Meaklim’s 4:22.88 from November 2009. See the result list here.


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1 Comment

  1. She won the 200 fly finale as well just before braking that 100m IM world record.
    400IM gold and meet record + 200 fly gold + 100IM gold and WR.
    Iron lady.

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