【新極真会】The 11th World Karate Championship 1st place Szepesi Csenge interview SHINKYOKUSHINKAI KARATE

Monday, November 2, 2015



Csenge Szepesi won gold medal at WKO Shinkyokushin Karate World Championships in Tokyo this weekend. Japanese journalists couldn't believe that Csenge wasn't a professional fighter, but she works as a dentist.

Csenge Szepesi is the athlete of Sopron Kamikaze SE and works in Vienna as a dentist. She is three time European Champion in sparring and in 2009 she won gold medal at Budapest Kyokushin Karate World Championships.

In the eighth-finals in Tokyo she defeated a Japanese opponent and in the quarter-finals a Lithuanian opponent.

In the semi-final she fought again with a Japanese opponent; by winning the first two rounds the judges declared her a winner.

In the final, Csenge fought against Juri Minamihara of Japan who couldn't even score point against her; she won the rounds 0-0, 2-0, 5-0.

At a press-conference in Tokyo, Japanese journalists could not believe that she wasn't a professional karateka but works as a dentist and practices karate as a hobby. They had hard time to believe that as an amateur karateka she beat several top Japanese fighters.

Csenge told journalists that she trains ten times a week, and she also enjoys doing aerobic workout and cross-country running; but she has many other "crazy ideas" as well. “I have tons of ideas which are my constant inspirations in life. I think I was born under a lucky star and maybe, even God helping me as well." said Csenge to journalists.

The full contact rule-based World Championship attended by 100 competitors from nearly 300 countries; Hungary has been represented by seven athletes.

(origo.hu - hungarianambiance.com)

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