Hungary wins three medals at the World Modern Pentathlon Championships for juniors
The eye-catching capital city of Hungary in the middle ages, Székesfehérvár, hosted the UIPM World Championships for juniors between the 7th and 14th of August.
Hungary won three medals, two silvers, and one gold.
At the men’s team competition, the Hungarian team of Balázs Szép, Richárd Bereczki, and Gergely Regős collected 4240 points, thus they won the silver medal.
Hungary’s team of Anna Zs. Tóth and Eszter Varga won the gold medal of the team-relay women’s competition after they accumulated 1393 points.
Eszter Varga alongside Gergely Regős earned 1424 points at the team-relay mix’s competition, a result that enabled them to win the silver medal.
Modern pentathlon is an Olympic sport which consists of the following events: fencing, swimming, show jumping. It ends with a combination of pistol shooting and a cross-country run.
Source: Maydaa Abo El-Nadar