Hungarian Swimmer Shatters World Record, Husband/Coach Goes Wild

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    Katinka Hosszu

    Hungarian swimmer Katinka Hosszu shattered the world record in the 400-meter individual medley on Saturday night, taking home her first gold medal in the Rio Olympics.

    The 27-year-old finished with a time of 4:26.36. The previous record was 4:28.43, set by Chinese swimmer Ye Shiwen in 2012.

    Her husband and coach Shane Tusup went wild in the stands as he cheered on his wife.

    Some viewers weren’t happy that an NBC commentator described her husband as “the person responsible for her performance.”

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