Teenager with record result and Olympic quota for Bulgaria in swimming

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Bulgarian Yosif Miladinov has secured a quota for the Tokyo Olympics swimming. The 16-year-old teenager achieved an impressive record by entering the semifinals of the men's 100m butterfly event at the World Championships in Budapest with a result of 51.91 seconds, becoming the first Bulgarian to go below 52 seconds, bgswim.com reports. The semi-finals of the 100m butterfly event are scheduled for 19:04 Bulgarian time.


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