(Race Video) Boglarka Kapas Completes 400-800-1500 Free Sweep at Euros

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Hungary’s Boglarka Kapas completed the 400-800-1500 free sweep at the 2016 European Championships with a win in the women’s 400-meter free.

Kapas clocked in with a 4:03.47 for the victory, moving up to sixth in the world rankings with the swim.

Great Britain’s Jazmin Carlin placed second in 4:04.85, off her fourth-ranked season best of 4:04.33 from British Nationals.

Spain’s Mireia Belmonte Garcia claimed third overall in 4:06.89.

Italy’s Martina De Memme (4:08.19), Spain’s Melanie Costa Schmid (4:09.10), The Netherlands’ Sharon van Rouwendaal (4:09.50), Italy’s Diletta Carli (4:09.51) and Great Britain’s Camilla Hattersley (4:09.51) closed out the finale.

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    peterk

    Congratulations Boglarka!

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