Hungary’s Kristof Milak bagged the men's 100m butterfly at the swimming world championships on Friday.

The 22-year-old Milak waltzed through by clocking a time of 50.14s to join Michael Phelps and Chad Le Clos as the only swimmers to win the 100m/200m butterfly double at the worlds.

Japan's Naoki Mizunuma and Joshua Liendo Edwards of Canada won silver and bronze respectively.

 

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American Caeleb Dressel, whose clash with Milak was the most awaited matchup of the tournament, pulled out off the Worlds citing health issues.