Aaron Silaki He won bronze in the men’s EP on Sunday, the first day of the Krakow-based European Games.
The Hungarian fencer, a three-time Olympic gold medallist, world and European champion, completed the group stage with six wins, then reached the semi-finals over Spanish, Romanian and German opponents, so out of 16. Aileen Theodosius Changed to 1-7 vs.
For the finals With Sandro Bazadze Met, meaning the Georgian leader of the world rankings and the Hungarian runner-up were nervous. The former won 15-13, with the Hungarian swordsman leading 13-10. Áron Szilágyi won the Hungarian delegation’s 12th medal, the fifth bronze at the European Games.
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He hit five aces and lost one during group matches, so he made his first appearance in the second round with an incomplete board of 64. In the elimination stage, it defeated Swedish, Austrian and Polish opponents to reach the semi-finals, where Israel Gili Kuritsky beat him easily 15-7. Poland won the gold medal With Julia Walczyk-Klimaszczyk He fought back and won 15-11. This is the fourth silver medal of the Hungarian delegation at the European Games.
Hungarian medalists at the Krakow-based European Games:
Jalen Begler, Ester Meszaros – air rifle, mixed team
Adam Varga – Kayak Individual 500m
Soma Hammerl, Zalan Begler, Istvan Beni – Air Rifle, Team
Pekler Zalán – Small barrel free gun complex
Men’s Beach Handball Team – Adam Balog, Palas Sisuka, Norbert Gienge, Peter Hajdu, John Andras, Laszlo Kovasovics, Attila Kuhn, Laszlo Nahaj, Chanat Newkum, Bens Rosmakis, Patrismagnas
Dóra Alida Gazsó – Kayak Individual 500 m
Morton Luana – Taekwondo, 57 kg
Flora Pásztor – Individual boxing
Bragato Giada, Nagy Bianca – Two 500m Canoe
Dóra Alida Gazsó, Tamara Csipes – Kayak two 500m
Agnes Kiss – Canoe Single 500m
Batakfalvi Luca – Taekwondo, 53 kg
Áron Szilágyi – Sword Individual