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It seems to be, that the 31 years old 22 times Olympic winner Michael Phelps really ends his carrier in the pool, but László Cseh planes to accept more and more challenges.

It seems to be, that the 31 years old 22 times Olympic champion Michael Phelps really ends his carrier in the pool, but László Cseh planes to accept more and more challenges. The first is going to be a very special one, the FINA World Championships in Budapest next year.

The new Olympic Champion, Joseph Schooling and Tamás Kenderesi the bronze medallist of the 200m butterfly can be his opposers in the new Dagály Swimming Complex.

It enough of the crisis therapy

“I needed to come up from very deep to compete with clear mind and for a new goal in the final of 100m butterfly. I am very happy, I could manage that, as I have already done that several times before, but I would like to avoid such situations and crisis therapies from now on.”- told László Cseh to the Bp2017 Media Team.

As far as László Cseh knows, there were not any three way ties in the Olympic history of swimming. A new era has begun as well, because of the winner, the 21 years old young man from Singapore. He won the bronze medal in Kazan as well, has been living in the US for 5 years now, and studies at the University of Texas in Austin, by the way.

To start again

“My coach and me could learn a lot of the happenings in Rio, but the Games gave us new tasks.  I think I do not need to change my training programme, but I am sure we need to change the implementation of some moves. I have never thought I need to innovate and learn after the age of thirty, but if I do want to compete against the “Schooling- generation”, I should change some of the methods.

He has won a medal at his fourth Olympic Games as well, but the fantastic swimmer would like to travel home to his wife, as soon as possible.