Huge Hungarian success at the Traditional Archery World Championships in Cheonan, South Korea

Monday, October 28, 2013

The Hungarian team won five medals at the Traditional Archery World Championships held in Cheonan, South Korea last week. Two-hundred-thirty-six contestants from 28 countries took part in the competition.

According to information released by the sports world federation, in the men's category Szilárd Terman won gold and Ernő Szórády bronze medal. Former junior champion Victoria Keszi who competed the first time in the adult women's category won silver medal.

In the junior category Dorottya Bíró won gold, and Donát Posta silver medal; the Hungarian team won five out of the 12 potential medals.

(MTI -


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