Blanca Nagy and Domoncus Bailey are also the cadet world champions!

Blanca Nagy and Billy Domoncos also won gold medals among the cadets at the World Fencing Championships in Plovdiv.

The competition day at the World Age Group Fencing Championships Plovdiv on Saturday was all about the Hungarian youth, with trained fencers playing the main role.

Among the girls, Blanca Nagy, in the boys field, Billy Domoncos fought inspiringly and won the world championship title!

SI distinguished in Debrecen, Blanca Nagy The closest match (15:14) was won by the Spaniard immediately after the group stage Helena Linares Against her, he then defeated his rivals, the Swedes, the Poles, and then the Egyptians without much excitement. Sera Bendeguz His protégé left nothing to chance in the semi-finals either, and the Canadian scored a very smooth 15:8 success. Nicole Schwan against. Then the Japanese at last Mizuka Homma Although he started well, Nagy Blanca didn’t find his antidote on this day:

The Hungarian girl deservedly became the world champion in cadets with a time of 15:10!

No one was better at fencing than Nagy Blanca on the wc apprentice girl field Source: FIE

Meanwhile, the apprentice is the European bronze medalist in the boys competition Domoncus Bailey He collected scalps in a row. Andras Petred And Stephen Laszlo His National Guard student completed the group round flawlessly, then passed through the Qatari, Canadian and Bulgarian fencers to make it to the eight where the Korean is. Kim Do Hyun Hit 15:11. Pele had to focus hard on the Spaniard in the semi-finals Ryan Ramey Rosebud Against, but the Hungarian hope solved the task and reached the final with 15:13. There are the Virgin Islands Cruz Chambery He was waiting for him, but he couldn’t help but make it difficult for Billy, who

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Become the world champion apprentice with a time of 15:13!

Billy Domonkos reached the finish line in Plovdiv: he became the world cadet champion Source: FIE

between girls Greta Gachali Twenty, only 14 years old Lottie Horvat He was 42nd in the boys’ competition Mark Horvat 41 Pence Balaz It finished in 50th place.

The Hungarian delegation won four gold and four bronze medals in Plovdiv, so even before the youth team competitions on the final day, the national team can be said to have the best age-group world championship performance ever.

Detailed results here Available.
News of the World Cadet and Junior Championships here Available.

(In our featured image: Domoncus Bailey and Blanca Nagy Source:

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