The young man, born in 2003, prefers adult FIS fights to the World Youth Championships taking place in Bansko (Bulgaria), like Rogla’s strength test.
The fact that I only had 3.5 percent of the winner in this strong race deserves a lot more than 16th, though not bad either, Tamas Trunk, who is preparing under the career guidance of former World Cup winner Samsal Dalibor, told our newspaper. – I scored 58.82 FIS points in Rogla, which is the third best performance of my life.
In Rogla, Pence Nagy, 22-year-old Hungarian slalom champion at Rozmaring SE, was a major contender this year, 3.39 seconds ahead of the winner.
Personally, I study in Austria at Waidhofen Grammar School, where my classmate Noa Szőlls, who now competes in Israeli colors, is also my classmate. I could have gone to the World Youth Championship in Bansko, as suggested by Dr Joseph Forstner, the federation president, but I chose Rogla, the adult competition. The other reason I didn’t start was because I was struggling with a tired back, treating an infection in Maribor, and fortunately I’m fine now, added Tamás Trunk.
Thus, according to the signs, the renewed management of the Hungarian Skating Association relies on cooperation and supports the skaters with a different competition strategy in their decisions.
Hungary has many good slope specialists. At the moment I have the best slalom score, but that on the updated roster in close competition can of course change. In addition to Hungarian champion Pence Nagy, Rudolf Hozman, born in 2004, also performed well at Rugla. So I think we can even be a slinky nation – Tamas Trunk evaluated it, confirming that in the long run the focus will be on downhill skiing as well.
The talented teenager intends to compete in the World Cup in three years.