At the opening press conference of the Swimming World Cup the Hungarian swimmer said that after the two previous SWC legs in Chartres (France) and Berlin (Germany) she feels herself more and more comfortable and confident on the short course too:
“I enjoy competing on 25m-pool. Although I still need some more time to get used to the short course format. Nevertheless, I have already got very close to my best results on 100m back and 100m IM. My major motivation for now – every single start I will take part in – are the 2020 Olympic Games and of course the FINA Worlds 2017 in Budapest,” Hosszu said.
As her results shows she was right and confident on the 25m pools too. The phenomenal Hungarian swimmer Katinka Hosszu kept on going after the Olympic Games of Rio. On the 3rd stop of the FINA/airweave Swimming World Cup series 2016 the Iron Lady collected 4 more gold medals in Moscow (Russia). She made four successful races in the second and last evening: she dominated on 400m free (4:01.20); 100m (57.79); 400m IM (4:28.32) and in the 100m back Hosszu concluded the race in (56.08).
The Iron Lady collected her 7th gold medals of the FINA / Swimming World Cup.
via: mno.hu; fina.org
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