Personal Information

Family Partner Nora

Residence Budapest, HUN

Occupation Athlete, Student

Languages English, Hungarian, Italian

Higher education Commerce, Marketing - Budapest Business School [BGE]: Budapest, HUN

World Cup1-34
Padoue (ITALY), 2017-02-03Györ (HUNGARY), 2016-12-02
Madrid (SPAIN), 2017-05-19
Padoue (ITALY), 2018-02-02
World Championship11-2
Leipzig (GERMANY), 2017-07-19Budapest (HUNGARY), 2019-07-15
Grand Prix--11
Cancun (MEXICO), 2017-12-15
Taipei (CHINESE TAIPEI), 2017-08-20

Sport Specific Information

When and where did you begin this sport? He began fencing in 2000.

Why this sport? "My father took me to the fencing hall because he was involved in the sport at the time. My brother came too. He eventually gave it up, but I am still passionate about it."

Club / Team MTK Budapest: Budapest, HUN

Name of coach Gabor Gardos [national]

Training Regime He trains every morning before going to university classes in the afternoon. After classes he does massage or sports psychology preparation.

Handedness Right

General Interest

Hobbies Swimming, tennis, cycling, watching football, spending time with his dog. (Facebook page, 23 Jun 2019; Instagram profile, 23 Jul 2019; sportmenu.hu, 20 Feb 2019; blikk.hu, 04 Jul 2018)

Injuries In April 2019 he suffered a partial tear to a muscle in his thigh during training. As a precaution he decided not to travel to Seoul, Republic of Korea, for the Grand Prix event held the same month. (Facebook page, 25 Apr 2019; nemzetisport.hu, 25 Apr 2019)

He suffered an injury to the big toe on his right foot at the 2018 World Cup event in Warsaw, Poland. The problem took several months to heal. (olimpia.hu, 17 May 2018; blikk.hu, 26 Feb 2018)

Ambitions To compete at the Olympic Games in 2020 and 2024, and to win an Olympic gold medal. (Instagram profile, 23 Jul 2019; sportmenu.hu, 20 Feb 2019)

Other information FOCUS ON STUDIES
He balances his fencing with full-time study at the Budapest Business School in Hungary, but remains committed to his ultimate dream of winning an Olympic medal. "It's not easy, but I'm trying to invest a lot of energy into my studies because I think it's important to have already have a degree once my sporting career has finished. It also helps me to not focus solely on fencing all the time, especially during exam time. Obviously, my goal is to be an Olympic champion, either in Tokyo [2020] or later. But I will not feel like I have wasted years of my life if I don't achieve these, I have already achieved results that are remarkable and I'm proud of this. But my motivation is an Olympic gold medal, and I will do everything for this." (sportmenu.hu, 20 Feb 2019; nlc.hu, 14 Jul 2017)


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