Hosszú Katinka won one gold and two bronze medals on the second day of the opening station of the floating Mare Nostrum series in Monte Carlo.
According to a report on the website of the two-day big pool race, the three-time Olympic champion – who won 400 meters mixed and 100 meters butterfly on Saturday and finished second 200 meters fast – won 200 meters mixed on Sunday. In this race, as a day earlier, only in the long run in 2018 was European champion Frenchman Fantine Lesaffre, who was overtaken by 2: 13.14 minutes, a good second and a half seconds.
The 32-year-old Hosszú Katinka Sunday won a bronze medal on 100 meters back (1: 02.00) and a 200-meter butterfly (2: 12.77), while Evelyn Verrasztó finished third 100 meters fast (55.82).
The series continues in Canet-en-Roussillon on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, then ends in Barcelona on Saturdays and Sundays.