Hungary Wins Medals At European Short-Course Swimming Championships

  • 6 Dec 2019 11:06 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Hungary Wins Medals At European Short-Course Swimming Championships
Ajna Késely won a silver medal for Hungary last night at the European short-course swimming championships in Glasgow.

She finished behind Italy’s Simona Quadarella in the 800-metre freestyle event.

Katinka Hosszú won the gold medal and Zsuzsanna Jakabos the silver in the 400-metre medley Wednesday evening.

Hosszú collected the 60th gold medal of her career and the 90th medal at Olympics, world or European championships.


MTI Photo of Hosszú Katinka: Illyés Tibor

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