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Greece’s Apostolos Papastamos Breaks World Junior Record in Budapest

Greece’s swimmer Apostolos Papastamos from Chania, Crete beat the World Junior Record and Championships Record in the final of the men’s 400 IM in Budapest on Saturday night.

The 18-year old broke the Greek national record of 4:14.41, set by Ioannis Drymonakos in 2012 at the European Championships.

USA’s Carson Foster has set the previous World Junior Record of 4:13.39 at the 2019 U.S. National Championships.

Foster was in the final of the 400 IM in Budapest on Saturday night at World Juniors but he placed sixth with 4:17.39.

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