Kristóf Milák

 

World Record Holder, World Champion.
In 2019 at the Swimming World Championships in Gwangju, South-Korea he broke the 200 metres butterfly world record of the legendary 22-time olympic champion Michael Phelps with 78 hundreds of a second.

European Champion, World Championships Silver medalist, Youth Olympic Champion Hungarian Swimmer. In 2017 at the World Championships in Budapest, he broke the 100 m butterfly Youth World Record to 51,23 sec, which he further improved twice to 50,77 sec in the semi-finals and 50,62 sec in the finals. With this result he became the Silver medalist. In 2017 in Indianapolis he collected his 1st Junior World Championships Gold medal with the 4x100 m Hungarian freestyle team, and he furter increased it with another 3 golds at the Championships. He is one of the biggest hopes of Hungarian Swimming, despite his young age he already reached several international awards, and the rest is yet to come!

Nationality: Hungarian
Date of birth: 20th February 2000
Sport: swimming
Discipline: butterfly, freestyle
Club: Budapest Honvéd
Trainer: Attila Selmeci
Best results:
200 m butterfly: 1:50:73, 2019, Gwangju, World Record
100 m butterfly: 50:62, 29th July 2017, Budapest, Junior World Record, National Record

Awards

  • World Record Holder
  • World Champion
  • World Championships Silver medalist
  • European Champion
  • World Championships 4th place
  • Youth Olympic Champion 3-times
  • Junior World Champion 4-times
  • Youth European Champion 8-times
  • Hungarian National Champion 4-times
  • the Best Youth Hungarian Swimmer of the Year

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