Maccabi VAC Hungary has never participated with such a big delegation in the Maccabiah like this time. 120 people including 100 athletes joined the team to experience the spirit of the 20th Maccabiah where 10 000 athletes from 80 countries competed in 40 different sports.
Ádám Jusztin, the chairman of Maccabi VAC Hungary made an important statement. Team Hungary already won more medals on the first week of the Games than at the entire Maccabiah in 2013.
Outstanding Hungarian results:
Anita Schrödl, junior sabre: silver
Regina Binet, female foil: bronze
Róbert Gátai, male foil: silver
Martin Singer, male sabre: bronze
The male foil and sabre team won bronze too!
The Hungarian taekwondo team became the most successful foreign team at the Maccabiah!
Dániel Murinai, 87 kg: gold
Ádám Gulyás, 87 kg: silver
Norbert Rizmayer, 58 kg: bronze
Dániel Békési, 4×200-as freestyle: bronze
János Becsey two-time Paralympian, four-time Paralympian world champion won bronze in 50m butterfly and 50m breaststroke.
Female waterpolo team: silver
Male waterpolo team: silver
Zsuzsi Kunos, karate kumite female: gold
Laura Sterck, karate open: gold
Bálint Kroinstein, karate: silver
Elvira Kádár and S. Ernlib (ISR) female table tennis, doubles: bronze
Szilvia Bakó table tennis junior individual: silver
Fanni Perjés, 800 m track and field: bronze
András Lőwy, 10 km road race: bronze
Zsófi Boros, triathlon: silver
Bridge team: silver
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