Morozov clinches 100th FINA Swimming World Cup gold in Budapest


FINA Swimming World Cup 2019 leader Vladimir Morozov of Russia impressed the crowds at the Duna Arena in Budapest this weekend as the Hungarian capital was hosting the fourth-of-seven leg of the cicruit from October 4-6.

The Russian ace claimed his 100th World Cup gold medal on Friday (Day 1) in the men’s 50m free in 21.50, before bagging another two golds during the meet. On Saturday and Sunday he completed his champion’s tally with the 100m free (47.99) and the 50m back (24.70) golds.



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