According to Dávid Verrasztó, he's had problems for 20 years, which makes him unsure what to do next.

According to Dávid Verrasztó, he’s had problems for 20 years, which makes him unsure what to do next.

As FTC’s supremacy told DIGI Sport, if she won a medal it would surely be her last Olympics – it only took twenty of a second, which of course disappointed her.

Now he doesn’t know how to act, but he has revealed that he has a lot to think about.

“I love swimming, but there is one or two things I am really tired of, and at 33, I can’t stand it the way I do it. In this I will think about which is more important to me and what I can deal with. Anyone who knows, I know what happens Here for twenty years, I can handle it well ”, compared to DIGI Sport. Once he’s grown up, not many people know what he means when he mentions decades of trouble and, with a smile, exclaims, “No way.”

We wanted to know from the swimmer what the obstacles were, but he did not respond to our request.

On the other hand, his father, world and European champion, former Olympic silver and bronze medalist Zoltan Verasto, proudly spoke to our newspaper about his son’s performance.

– Considering so few European swimmers get on the podium in the floating numbers, the fact that he was the top 400 swimmer from the continent is a very big thing to be proud of, of course he’s a bit bitter about fourth now. Able to go on, we’ll see how he decides, but he won’t decide overnight, the father thinks.

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