Réka Pupp won a bronze medal in the main rehearsal of the World Chess Championship

World number four Rica Pop won bronze in the 52-kilogram class at Friday’s Grand Slam juggling tournament in Antalya – the last before the World Championships in Doha in May.

The 26-year-old Atomerömű SE competitor was waiting for the World Tour match in Turkey as the second seed, so he didn’t have to step on a tatami mat in the first round.

In the second round, Turkey’s Zeliha Sensi defeated China’s Zhou Yiqing, who was disqualified with three penalties after just ten minutes of competition, to reach the quarter-finals, with an arm’s length – also sung by the International Federation – while Spain’s Estrella Lopez. He is among the first eight. He has proven himself to be better than the sheriff with vazari in his poetry.

In the semifinals, she lost to Amandine Bouchard, Olympic gold medalist in the team and silver in the individual (the French later won the competition), so Maria Cedro was able to follow up with the bronze medal, which she won after the regular time, as an extra. Time, against European Under-23 champions Portugal.

The other Hungarian of the day, Rosa Gertias (Koroncói Tutti JK), also in the 52 kilogram class, was eliminated in the second round by Belgium’s Charlene van Sneek.

Cover Photo:
Budapest, July 8, 2022. Rica Pop (in white) and Canada’s Kelly Degucchi in the women’s 52-kilogram group are among the top 16 in the Grand Slam Olympic Qualifying Tournament at Bab Laszlo Budapest Sportarena on July 8, 2022. MTI/Tibor Ellis

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