Katinka Hosszu of Hungary reacts after winning the race. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
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With Katie Ledecky getting the night off, Hungary's Iron Lady seized the moment Monday at the world championship.Hosszu didn't let them down.She led from start to finish in the race encompassing all four swimming strokes, finishing off with the freestyle and a time of 2:07 . Hosszu wasn't the only major name to claim gold on the second night of swimming.Having already set a world record with her leadoff leg in the 4x100 freestyle relay, Sjostrom nearly took down another mark in the fly with a winning time of 55.53 .That was just 0.05 seconds off her gold-medal triumph at Rio.
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