Tamás Kenderesi

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Tamás Kenderesi (pronounced [ˈtɒmaːʃ ˈkɛndɛrɛʃi]; born 13 December 1996) is a Hungarian competitive swimmer who specializes in butterfly. He is an Olympics and European Championships bronze medalist, and Youth Olympics gold medalist swimmer.He was born in Bonyhad, but his family is from Aparhant in Tolna county. His mother is a teacher, his father is a toolmaker/entrepreneur. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Tamás Kenderesi has received more than 49,896 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Tamás Kenderesi is the 349th most popular swimmer, the 696th most popular biography from Hungary and the 21st most popular Hungarian Swimmer.

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Among swimmers, Tamás Kenderesi ranks 349 out of 392Before him are James Magnussen, Mie Nielsen, Alicia Coutts, Kylie Palmer, Simone Manuel, and Vlada Chigireva. After him are Christine Magnuson, Velimir Stjepanović, Kaitlin Sandeno, Kanako Watanabe, Chase Kalisz, and Rebecca Adlington.

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Among people born in 1996, Tamás Kenderesi ranks 430Before him are Shinnosuke Nakatani, Callum Scotson, Kazuya Miyahara, Simone Manuel, Jarrod Bowen, and Liam Henderson. After him are Aliaksandra Ramanouskaya, Kyla Ross, Kanako Watanabe, Jerome Sinclair, Eliza McCartney, and Dutee Chand.

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In Hungary

Among people born in Hungary, Tamás Kenderesi ranks 696 out of 696Before him are Réka Luca Jani (1991), Norbert Hosnyánszky (1984), Balázs Baji (1989), Gergő Kis (1988), Susan Francia (1982), and Shaoang Liu (1998).

Among SWIMMERS In Hungary

Among swimmers born in Hungary, Tamás Kenderesi ranks 21Before him are Ágnes Kovács (1981), Zsuzsanna Jakabos (1989), Boglárka Kapás (1993), Kristóf Milák (2000), Éva Risztov (1985), and Gergő Kis (1988).