Hungary’s Kristof Milak breaks Micheal Phelps butterfly world record:
Swimmer Kristof Milak won gold medal in 1 minute 50.73 seconds in the 200 meters Butterfly Championship in the world championship.
He became the swimmer to win gold in the shortest possible time. In this case, he broke the record of American Michael Phelps.
Phelps won gold in 1 minute 51.51 seconds in Rome 10 years ago.
Kristof Milak took 0.78 seconds less than Phelps.
Christophe Milk was born in Budapest, Hungary. Kristof Milak’s age is 19 years.
This is the first title in Milak’s 200 meters Butterfly.
He is the second player after Phelps, who became champion in 200 meters Butterfly. Phelps became champion at the age of 18 in 2003.
After winning the gold, Kristof Milak said, “It’s a matter of pride for me to make this record.” By the age of 14. I was a backstroke, after which I put my attention in Butterfly, where I used to take part in just 100 meters. Because I was not very powerful. “
Kristof Milak was second in the competition to the first half. Chad Le Clos of South Africa had kept the edge. In the second half, Kristof Milak left behind everyone. Japan’s Daiya Seto (1 minute 53.56 seconds) remained in second place At the same time, Clos (1 minute 54.15 seconds) remained in third place.
Phelps retired from swimming after the 2016 Rio Olympics. He is considered the best Olympian. He won 28 medals in swimming.
These include 23 gold, 3 silver and 2 bronze medals. In the swimming career, he had 66 gold, 14 silver and 3 bronze medals.