Hungarian swimmer Mirac has high hopes for the future
2022-07-06 11:55:52Source: Xinhuanet
Xinhua News Agency, Budapest, July 5 (Reporter Chen Hao) Hungarian star Milac, who broke the world record at the 19th World Swimming Championships, said in an interview with Xinhua News Agency on the 4th that he has high hopes for his future.
“I want to know what potential I have, because I have high expectations for the future. In fact, I have higher expectations of myself than anyone has set for me,” Mirak said.
On the evening of June 21, 22-year-old Mirak won the men’s 200-meter butterfly championship with a time of 1:50.34 to the cheers of the host audience, and refreshed the 1 point created by himself at the 2019 Gwangju World Championships. The world record of 50 seconds 73.
Mirak said playing in front of a home crowd was a “unique and irreplaceable” experience. However, he was not entirely satisfied with the result of the match. He admitted that although he broke the world record, it was not his best swim.
“I did beat my previous performance all the way, but my one-second advantage narrowed to 0.4 seconds at the end, and if I could evenly distribute that advantage, I could swim perfectly,” he explained.
Mirak said he took some notes on the details of the game so that he could pay more attention in the future. “In the beginning, I would say that I am satisfied. But if you want to go deeper into the details of the game, it is necessary to professionally and realistically check what went wrong. Because there are some mistakes, you must consider how to solve the problems that arise. That is Say, do the best you can in the shortest time possible.”
Mirak revealed that his pre-match preparations were not doing well. “My performance[at the game]doesn’t reflect the preparation, because I have to miss a lot of training, partly because of myself, partly not, and I also got sick in the first half of the year.” But it also made him think about himself The future is more full of expectations, and he hopes to be better prepared for future games.
After winning gold in the men’s 200-meter butterfly and silver in the 100-meter butterfly at the Tokyo Olympics, Mirac left coach Shermazy Otilo with whom he had been fighting for eight years last September to join Wilt Bauer. Raj cooperation.
He is satisfied with the result of the change of coaches. At the World Swimming Championships, Mirak won two gold medals in the men’s 200-meter butterfly and 100-meter butterfly. “It makes me believe that the decision to change coaches was the right one. I hope this new relationship will pay off in the long run,” Mirac said.