According to the event's website, Katinka won gold in the Women’s 200m Individual Medley (2:11.84) ahead of McMahon (2:15.60) who finished second.
Later, Katinka won the 100m Butterfly (59.19) ahead of Shauna O’Brien (1:01.66) who finished second.
Earlier, Katinka taken down one of the 22-year old national record that belonged to legendary Krisztina Egerszegi. Then, she went on winning 200m free (1:59.57) and 200m butterfly (2:12.24).
Interview with Katinka Hosszú:
(swimireland.ie – hungarianambiance.com)