Vannak olyan napok, amikor bárhogy erőlködsz, semmi nem sikerül... Nem tudom elmondani, hogy mennyire utálom azokat a patkányokat, akik számára addig angyalka vagy, amíg egy vak hang nélkül mindent megcsinálsz nekik, mint egy gép, de amikor már az ő részükről lenne szó egy kis segítségről, megértésről, vagy az életednek éppen egy olyan peridódusában vagy, amikor sajnos nem működik minden úgy, ahogy akarod, akkor is téged tüntetnek fel rossz színben. - Ismerős ez a szituáció?
Elegem van az összes szűklátókörű, önmagát istenítő emberből, akik azt gondolják, hogy nincs különbség az emberek között (amit én is így értek, csak persze kicsit más kontextusban), és mindenkire rá lehet húzni koholt indokok alapján a “megbízhatatlanságot”, a “lustaságot”, a “nemtörődömséget” , és szerintük nem létezik FÉLELEM, ami több puszta jelentéktelen izgalomnál.
Male 200 Individual Medley Final
In what was one of the closest heat draws in history with only 0.51 separating the finalist field it was Wang of China who claimed his country there first victory for the championship. With the crowd going absolutely insane upon his pool entry, he was never in doubt taking a early lead in the butterfly and then dominating the other three legs to lead at every wall. Josh Prenot was a humble second whilst Fujimori of Japan was third. The fast finishing Mitchell Larking had the fastest freestyle split going 26.97 to claim a fourth position 0.05 seconds outside of the podium. With the withdrawal of Kliment Kolesnikov, a substitute was used in Kiwi Bradlee Ashby, who rounded out the field but obtained a wealth of knowledge and experience he can now take home to the land of the long white cloud.
Female 400 Individual Medley Final
As we had predicted the Hungarian Ironlady Katinka Hosszu dominated the field, splitting 1.3 seconds ahead after the first 100 metres. It was then Margalis of America in a fast finishing 2nd and Lesaffre from France in third. Although not a sub 4.20 time for Hosszu, her dominance in this event is going to be very very hard to stop leading into the Tokyo 2020 olympics!
Male 200m Butterfly Final
This race had it all, but it was Seto of Japan that made the most of the race and finished first in a new world record time! Le Clos a hard fought second win Zhuhao of China in third. After a extremely fast start to the race with two athletes going out in sub 24 second splits it was the third 50 where Seto turned up the pace splitting the fastest in the field to hold off a extremely fast le Clos in the dying stages of the race.
Huge Kudos must go to Nic Brown of Australia who again swam a courageous 200, finishing 7th in another small personal best time. This is massive steps towards the future for this up and coming Australian Superstar.
Female 200m Freestyle Final
Wow WOW WOOW WOWWWWW, Ariarne Titmus shows exactly what she has in her to take the field by storm and claim the victory! More known for her 400 metre event, this 200 reflects the hard speed work she must be putting in, in training and I can’t wait to see what she can do in her 400 later this meet! After a explosive start from the Dutch veteran Heemskerk, Young chasers in Comerford and Titmus made the race there own in the final 75m.
With a winning time of 1.51.38 for this event, the world record is within striking distance away from being beaten, by the two young guns of the field.
Male 400m Freestyle Final
In the race that opened the carnival with a bang in the morning, it certainly didn’t disappoint that evening either!
After Danas Rapsys dropped massive time in the heat to qualify first, he dropped another 2 seconds to win the race in a new championships record time of 3.34.01. It will be very interesting to see what this time converts to when he turns back to swimming long course metres in 2019. After a blistering first 200 by Rapsys, the field was left bunched pretty even midway through the race, however, it was Christiansen on Norway who made best work out of the final 200 to take the silver in 3.36.64.
Besides from the obvious major talking points in Rapsys dropping massive time to take the world championship, all 8 finalists went sub 3.40, signifying the fast pace this race was swam at.
Fisherman Bastion with glow looks from the lower side. Was trying to improve this image by lowering the blue colour and decreasing the lights at the sky. So i make this one with the bold and sharp feel.
Well, anyway, this picture was taken after the sunset. Approximately at 8 PM o’clock. We waited at the top of the castle for catching the sunset with an empty stomach from 4 PM o’clock. But don’t worry if you have some money to spent, take good meals here at the restaurant inside. The view was mind blowing to took several picture. You could see a Hungarian Parliament Building from here too.
Like most of the Budapest main tourist attraction, this building glows after the sunset. You might be wanna wait until the sun goes down and take some picture of them.