Alexandra Béni | Jul 17, 2018 | 0
Hungary wins six gold medals at World Finswimming Junior Championships in Russia
The Hungarian finswimming team won six gold medals and four silver medals at World Finswimming Junior Championships in Russia which are a huge success Hungarian youths, the official Hungarian site said.
Dorothy Hamlin won gold medals in women’s 200 m and 400 m Bi Fins events.
Anita Szabó won gold medals in women’s 50 m and 100 m Bi Fins events.
Alex Mozsár won gold medals in men’s 400 m Immersion and Surface events reported the Hungarian Diving Association.
In addition, the Hungarian delegation collected four silver medals as well: Dorothy Hamlin in 100 m Bi Fins, Bence Stadler in 400 m Bi Fins, Csenge Stadler in 200 m Bi Fins and the mixed relay team (Dorothy Hamlin, Anita Szabó, Marcell Kocsis, and Andras Fazekas) also won silver in 4x100m Bi Fins Mixed event.
Women’s 50m Bi Fins Anita Szabó
Men’s 400m Surface Alex Mozsar
4x100m Bi Fins Mixed Relay
Source: buvar.hu – hungarianambiance.com