Áron Szilágyi defended his Hungarian championship title

Saturday, December 18, 2021 20:07

The three-time Olympic champion class of the MOL Team – as it expected – won its eighth ob victory a bit rusty, but with good concentration in its head.

Ob, individual, male sword:
semi-final:
Áron Szilágyi (Vasas SC) –Miklós Péch (MTK Budapest) 15-12
Nikolász Iliász (UTE) -Benedek Vígh (Vasas SC) 15-12
finals: Szilágyi-Iliad 15-11
The end result: 1. Áron Szilágyi, 2. Nikolász Iliász, 3. Miklós Péch and Benedek Vígh

On the ob, which began with qualifiers on Friday, the 32nd individual competition fights took place on Saturday at the Ludovika Arena, behind closed gates for spectators due to the coronavirus epidemic, and the use of a mask was mandatory.

Huge battle with Andris Szatmári

The most anticipated asshole of the championship was fought in the men’s sword among the eight with the defending champion and three-time Olympic champion Áron Szilágyi’s Olympic bronze medal teammate, the 2017 world champion András Szatmári. Szatmári also led 3-1, 5-2 and 7-4, but they were already off to take a break from Szilágyi’s 8-7 advantage. After that, Szatmári led to 13-12 and 14-13, but the defending champion equalized and then brought in the winner.

Csanád Gémesi, who was also a member of the Tokyo bronze medal team, also said goodbye among the eight – he got 15-10 from Miklós Péch. The latter, the 25-year-old rider of MTK, took a lightning start against Szilágyi in the next ass, standing 4-1 and then 7-2 next to his name.

The parties went to Péch’s 8-3 lead for the one-minute break, the next tuss was given by Péch, then Szilágyi found himself, took the results in a series, turned 10-9 and then won 15-12. In the final, Iliad beat Nikolás to 15-11, collecting his eighth individual ob gold.

Once again, among the individual finals, within the framework of the Hungarian Fencing Day, they greeted the round anniversary excellence of the sport – they were not present due to the pandemic, their photos flashed on projection – and the heroes of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.


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