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Team USA won in men's 4x100m medley relay

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Men's High diving results: 1. Steve Lo Bue (USA) 397.15 2. Michal Navratil (CZE) 390.90 3. Alessandro De Rose (ITA) 379.65

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László Cseh has left Rio, his fourth Olympic Games with a medal, but not with the one he wanted to.

László Cseh has left Rio, his fourth Olympic Games with a medal, but not with the one he wanted to.

„ It was not my goal to win a silver medal, after my triple in Beijing, but to forget the unsuccessful final of 200m butterfly. I became totally indeterminate and it was much more serious than it was in London. That is why I am  really proud of the silver of the 100 metre butterfly. This second place legalizes the fact; we did not make any mistakes in the preparation period. - said László Cseh.

We need a psychologist in the team

He admitted already in Rio, he needs to learn a lot.

“My body, my muscles and staying power, and my technical knowledge is on the best level, but I need to change my attitude of mind to avoid mental break - downs in the future. It seems that we are not able to cope with these problems with my coach together. Zsolt and me need a professional psychologist in the team. - said the six times Olympic medallist, László Cseh.

He is over the equator

We do not know how long he will be a professional swimmer, but we know how many kilometres he swam since he is member of the national swim team of Hungary (1999).  His average was 60 kilometres per week, and he accomplished this performance at least 46 times a year. It means, he swam circa 47.000 kilometres in the last 17 years. It is like he swam the distance of the equator plus 6000 extra kilometres…