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Sándor Szalontay finished 13th in the sprint race in Canada – BringaSport

Sándor Szalontay finished 13th in the sprint race in Canada – BringaSport

Sandor Zalontay fought for Olympic qualification in the recent Nations Cup qualifier at the Paris Olympics in Milton, Canada, where he paid his respects to all the outstanding and famous runners (40 people in total) from all five continents. Alongside him, Dregver Berthold also appeared in Omnium. Szalontay finished 25th in the Keirin on Saturday as a warm-up race.

Sunday's sprint was decisive from an Olympic qualifying point of view, as in qualifying Szalontay broke a time of 9.747 seconds and moved into thirteenth place. In order to reach the round of 16, he beat Canadian Dudek, who was competing on his home field, in a very tactical and mature race.

In the eighth final, Nicolas Paul, who later won the podium, was waiting for him, who proved too strong and was eliminated. With his 13th place finish, Szalontay earned valuable Olympic qualifying points to finish 10th in the Nations rankings.

In the last Nations Cup of the qualifying period for participation in Paris, Hungary finished in 16th place (RESERVE2 – second reserve) and, unfortunately, is not outside the Olympics in the current situation.

Drijver Bertold started in the omnium race, finished in the back half of the field in all four events, and after qualifying to the final, finished the race in 21st place.

Federation-mandated sporting director, György Steiner – who has assisted Sane's work over the past five years and now at his second Olympic cycle – was assessed as follows: “I have worked with Sané for five years and we have reached the point where everyone in the world knows and appreciates his career. The current Hungarian record of 9.561 seconds in the 200 meters still stands as the 12th best time in the world! The number of classes won will be “Finally on May 6th, and it will become clear whether this will be enough with the amount of work on the part of Sane, and the appreciation and sports diplomacy work that I have done on the part of the sports administration to enable us to reach Paris.”

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