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Hungarian Swimming Biography Introduction: Krisztina Egerszegi, Tamás Darnyi, Norbert Rózsa, Ágnes Kovács, Károly Güttler, Zoltán Halmay (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 15 sep 2010


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 137. Not illustrated. Chapters: Krisztina Egerszegi, Tamás Darnyi, Norbert Rózsa, Ágnes Kovács, Károly Güttler, Zoltán Halmay, István Bárány, Zoltán Verrasztó, András Hargitay, Andrea Gyarmati, Valéria Gyenge, Katalin Szőke, Attila Czene, Sándor Wladár, Éva Novák-Gerard, Ilona Novák, Judit Temes, Katinka Hosszú, Éva Székely, András Wanié, Evelyn Verrasztó, Tamás Deutsch, József Szabó, Béla Szabados, András Székely, Péter Horváth, Tünde Szabó, Henrik Hajós, Mihály Flaskay, Károly Bartha, József Ónody, Alajos Kenyery, Géza Szigritz, Richárd Bodor, András Baronyi, Attila Zubor, Gabriella Csépe, Ferenc Csík, István Batházi, Ágnes Mutina, Magda Lenkei, János Wenk, Zsolt Gáspár, László Szabados, Beatrix Boulsevicz, Árpád Lengyel, Zoltán Szilágyi, Emese Kovács, Olivér Ágh, Zsuzsanna Jakabos, Dávid Verrasztó, Nikolett Szepesi, Vera Harsányi, Oszkár Abay-Nemes, Ödön Gróf, Boglárka Kapás, Zsuzsanna Csobánki, Oszkár Demján, Rezső Wanié, Ilona Ács, Ágnes Bíró. Excerpt: Krisztina Egerszegi (Hungarian pronunciation: ; born 16 August 1974 in Budapest, Hungary) is a Hungarian former world record holding swimmer and one of the greatest Hungarian Olympic champions of the modern era. She is a 3-time Olympian (1988, 1992 and 1996) and 5-time Olympic champion; and one of two individuals to have ever won the same swimming event at 3 consecutive Summer Olympics. She held the world record in the long course 200 m backstroke for almost 17 years (August 1991-February 2008), after setting it at the 1991 European Championships (2:06.62). As of June 2009, that time remains the European and Hungarian records. It is the oldest record on the European list, and the second-oldest on the Hungarian list--Egerszegi's former world record in the 100 m backstroke (1:00.31), set 3 days prior to the 200 m backstroke, is the oldest. At her first Olympics, the 1988 Summer ...

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