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Paralympics: Great Move On The Medal Table – With One Captured Gold Medal Hungary Is The Best

Robert Velkey 2016.09.19.

Hungary moved 11 place forward on the medal table since last Wednesday thanks for the results of the Hungarian Paralympic Team in Rio. From the 57th place Hungary is ranked to the 46th on the medal table of the Paralympic Games.


On Wednesday Hungary counted four silver and four bronze medals. In spite of this, to Saturday morning the Hungarians counted 18 captured medals, with the gold of Tamás Tóth, eight silver and nine bronze medals. In terms of the number of medals won so far, Hungary is in the best 20 out of the 162 nations, because only 18 countries collected more medals than Hungary.

  The Medals of the Hungarian Paralympic Team;rmesek


Tamás Tóth – swimming (100m backstroke, S9)


Bianka Pap – swimming (200m medley, S10); Tamás Sors (200m medley, S9); Richárd Osváth – wheelchair fencing (sword A); András Csonka – table tennis (S8); Richárd Osváth – wheelchair fencing (fencing A); Róbert Suba – paracanoe; KL1); Ilona Biacsi – athletics (1500m, T20); Zsuzsanna Krajnyák, Gyöngyi Dani and Éva Hajmási – wheelchair fencing team


Nándor Tunkel – powerlifting (49kg); Bianka Pap – swimming (200m medley, S10); Péter Pálos – table tennis (S11); Tamás Tóth – swimming (100m freestyle, S9); Zsuzsanna Krajnyák – wheelchair fencing (A); Tamás Sors -swimming (100m butterfly, S9); Zsófia Konkoly – swimming (100m butterfly, S9); Zsuzsanna Krajnyák, Gyöngyi Dani and Amarilla Veres – wheelchair fencing team; Zsolt Vereczkei – swimming (50m backstroke S5)

via: nemzetisport.hu; www.rio2016.com

photos: nemzetisport.hu; www.rio2016.com

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