The Hungarian national team won twelve medals in Shinkyokushin European Championship 2014 in Azerbaijan

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

The Hungarian national team won two gold and ten bronze medals in Shinkyokushin European Championship 2014 held in Baku "Sarhadchi Sport Olympic Center" on May 30-31. The winners of the two gold medals are Csenge Szepesi (Sparring) and Mónika Kovács (Kata). The Hungarian Junior team also achieved outstanding results.

The Hungarian medalists:

Adult men's 70 kg : 3 Rózsa Gábor (Fight Team)

Adult women's 55 kg : 3 Szabó Zsófia (Jaszberenyi Yakuza SE)

Adult women's 65 kg : 3 Körmöndi Lídia (Victory)

Adult women's +65 kg : 1 Szepesi Csenge (Sopron)

Adult male Kata : 3 Tóth Attila (Abasár Tekeres - SE)

Adult female Kata : 1 Kovács Mónika (Arsci)

Junior men's 65 kg : 3 Karczub Zalán (Nyírbátori)

Junior men's 70 kg : 3 Szűcs Péter (Shogun SE)

Junior men's 75 kg : 3 Rétfalvi Tamás (Kisvárda) and Ludszky Zsolt (Várpalota)

Junior Women 55 kg : 3 Németh Veronika (Castrum SC)

Junior Women 60 kg : Seregély Gyöngyi (Rakurai)

(budomagazin.hu – hungarianambiance.com)

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