Hungary

Team Secures Two Relay Medals at European Pentathlon Championships in Budapest

Blanka Guzi and Noémi Eszes Win Bronze Medal at European Modern Pentathlon Championships

The pair of Blanka Guzi and Noémi Eszes made Hungary proud by winning the bronze medal in the women’s relay at the European Modern Pentathlon Championships in Budapest on Monday. Following their success, the Hungarian duo of Richárd Bereczki and Mihály Koleszár also achieved a podium finish, securing the silver medal in the men’s relay event.

The championships took place in the BOK Sports Hall, the swimming pool next to the Gerevich Aladár National Sports Hall, and the statue park between the Puskás Arena and the László Papp Budapest Sports Arena.

In the bonus event, the Hungarians did not score any points, but they were already in fourth place before the combined event, only 33 seconds behind the third-placed Germany. Despite a close competition in the final stages, the women’s relay team clinched the third spot on the podium with an impressive time of 12:55.72, the best overall time.

Noémi Eszes expressed her excitement by stating, “It was a great experience in all aspects, and the bronze medal gives me a big boost for my individual performance.” Blanka Guzi emphasized the team effort, saying, “I definitely won this competition, where for me it was not about the placing. The bronze medal is the crown on our performance.” Guzi also mentioned that her swimming performance exceeded her expectations.

The gold medal went to Britain, while Germany secured the silver medal. The Hungarians’ success continued on the first day with the men’s relay event, where the duo of Bereczki and Koleszár delivered an outstanding performance. They finished second in the competition, with the Hungarian team achieving the best overall time of 11:50.56.

Bereczki highlighted the team’s efforts by stating, “After a long season, this silver medal is worth it.” He also expressed their goal of aiming for a medal in the individual competition after a day’s rest. Koleszár added, “We wanted to give our best in all the events. In front of our home crowd, this silver is almost gold. It was a great experience to compete at home.”

The European Modern Pentathlon Championships will conclude on Sunday with the mixed relay event. Congratulations to all the medalists for their exceptional performances at the championships.

 

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