Attila Manyoki

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Manyoki Attila
Attila Mányoki (born 3 September 1973) is a marathon swimmer from Hungary. The former butter flyer did his first 12.5 km Lake Balaton race in 1989 between the towns of Balatonfüred and Siófok. His first international swim was in Greece (30 km) between the cities of Kalamata and Koroni (the Swimming Marathon of the Messinian Gulf in 2013.

He also competed in FINA World Cup events in Italy, Germany, Serbia, Greece, Egypt, Brazil and Argentina. He did open water swims in the Netherlands, Belgium, Croatia, Serbia and Greece. In 2003, he did the Canadian races in the FINA World Cup and the 39 km Around Atlantic City Swim and is a member of the 24-hour club.

In 2008, he swam across Lake Balaton between Balatonkenese and Keszthely, taking 25 hours 32 minutes to complete this distance of 79.6 km and join the 24-hour club. He also completed a solo Beltquerung swim in the Baltic Sea between Denmark and Germany.

He completed the English Channel in 2013 in 10 hours 47 minutes and will attempt the Tsugaru Channel in August 2014.


Swimming Marathon of the Messinian Gulf

Mányoki has swum in the Swimming Marathon of the Messinian Gulf since 1991. He last several swims:


English Channel

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