Athlete Profile: Zsolt Varbogyay
|Date of Birth:||1988-09-19|
|May 2009||34th||World Cup 3 2009 Men, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification B||1|
|Mar 2008||17th||Indoor Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification B||1|
|Sep 2007||34th||World Junior Championships, Caldas da Rainh, Portugal||Junior||Qualification A||1|
|Jul 2007||41st||European Junior Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Junior||Final||7|
|May 2007||71st||World Cup 2007 4 Men, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final||1|
|Feb 2007||19th||Budapest Indoor International, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification B||1|
|Feb 2006||25th||HVB Cup Indoor International, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification B||1|
NewsInsight into Former World Champion Adam Marosi
Oct 18th Oct, 10
Pentathlon to Hungarians is like distance running is to Kenyans or Alpine skiing to Austrians. It is, in their eyes, the barometer to check sporting success and glory by. Triumphs are lauded, setbacks lamented. Hungary has had a very impressive list of pentathlon greats. They have quite a conga-line of Olympic winners: Ferenc Nemeth (1960), Ferenc Torok (1964), Andras Balczo (1972), Janos Martinek (1988) and Zsuzsanna Voros among the women as well as numerous gold medal triumphs in the team events.
2010 Masters World Championships
Oct 6th Oct, 10
78 Masters Athletes from 12 nations took part in the UIPM World Masters Championship in the city of Györ, Hungary. With many new female and male masters competing in this championship. During the last two years the new Masters concept with competition in 10 years age groups has been active. It finally looks as if a new generation of younger Masters Pentathletes and Tetrathletes are filling up in the ranks. All the new Masters were well prepared for each event, but also with a fine social Masters spirit.