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EKC 2017

Results

Results of the Hungarian Kendo Team on European Championships and World Championships

2017. 28th Kendo European Championship – Budapest, Hungary

Junior’s team:
András Dallos: Fighting Spirit
Women’s team:
Hungary: 3rd place
Marina Bővíz, Ágnes Fodor, Orsolya Horváth, Zsófia Laukó, Barbara Kocsis, Emese Szabó
Men’s team:
Hungary: 3rd place
Attila Dubi, Gábor Babos, Tamás Komjáti, Marcell Lukács, Zoltán Seres, Ákos Szegőfi, Balázs Tóth

2016. 27th Kendo European Championship – Skopje, Macedonia

Junior’s individual:
Tamás Komjáti: Fighting Spirit
Marcell Lukács: Fighting Spirit
Junior’s team:
Tamás Komjáti: 2nd place
Marcell Lukács: 3rd place

2015. 16th Kendo World Championship - Tokio, Japan

Men’s individual:
Sándor Dubi: Fighting Spirit
Men’s team:
Hungary: 3rd place
Ákos Szegőfi:Fighting Spirit

2014. 26th Kendo European Championship – Clermont Ferrand, France

Men’s individual:
Gábor Babos: Fighting Spirit
Men’s team:
Balázs Tóth: Fighting Spirit
Women’s individual:
Marina Bővíz: 2nd place
Junior's team:
Marcell Lukács: Fighting Spirit

2013. 25th Kendo European Championship – Berlin, Germany

Men’s individual:
Sándor Dubi: 3rd place
Men’s team:
Hungary: 3rd place
Sándor Dubi, Attila Dubi, Ábel Váradi, Balázs Tóth, Ákos Szegőfi
Women’s Individual:
Marina Bővíz: 3rd place
Women’s team:
Hungary: 3rd place
Marina Bővíz, Mercédesz Czimbalmos, Zsófia Tallós, Eszter Molnár, Barbara Kocsis
Junior’s team:
Hungary: 3rd place
Krisztián Komjáti, Bence Szemán, Le Hoang Anh
Krisztián Komjáti: Fighting Spirit

2012. 15th Kendo World Championship - Novara, Italy

Men’s team:
Hungary: 3rd place
Sándor Dubi:Fighting Spirit

2011. 24th Kendo European Championship – Gdynia, Poland

Men’s individual:
Sándor Dubi: 1st place
Gábor Babos: 3rd place
Attila Dubi: Fighting Spirit
Men’s team:
Hungary: 1st place
Sándor Dubi, Gábor Babos, Attila Dubi, Ábel Váradi, Balázs Tóth
Women’s team:
Hungary: 2nd place
Marina Bővíz, Mercédesz Czimbalmos, Renáta Kiss, Eszter Pénzes, Edina Kozma, Kinga Kovács
Women's Individual:
Marina Bővíz: 3rd place

2010. 23rd Kendo European Championship – Debrecen, Hungary

Men’s Individual:
Norbert Király: 3rd place
Attila Dubi: 3rd place
Sándor Dubi: Fighting Spirit
Men’s Team:
Sándor Dubi: Fighting Spirit
Women’s Individual:
Marina Bővíz: Fighting Spirit
Women’s Team:
Hungary: 3rd place
Mrs. Erdélyi Barbara Király, Marina Bővíz, Mercédesz Czimbalmos, Renáta Kiss, Edina Kozma, Kinga Kovács
Junior’s Individual:
Gergely Suba: Fighting Spirit
Junior’s Team:
Hungary: 2nd place
Márton Zalka, Gergely Suba, Ákos Szegőfi, László Horváth, Bertalan Tóth

2009. 14th Kendo World Championship – San Paolo, Brazil

Men’s Individual:
Norbert Király: Fighting Spirit
Gábor Babos: Fighting Spirit
Men’s Team:
Norbert Király: Fighting Spirit

2008. 22nd Kendo European Championship – Helsinki, Finland

Men’s Individual:
Sándor Dubi: 1st place
Women’s Individual:
Barbara Király: 3rd place

2007. 21st Kendo European Championship – Lisboan, Portugal

Women’s Individual:
Barbara Király: 1st place

2006. 13th Kendo World Championship - Taipei, Taiwan

Women’s Individual:
Aranka Sipos: Fighting Spirit
Women’s Team:
Barbara Király: Fighting Spirit

2005. 20th Kendo European Championship – Bern, Switzerland

Women’s Individual:
Barbara Király: 3rd place
Kinga Kovács: 3rd place
Women’s Team:
Hungary: 2nd place
Barbara Király, Orsolya Duschel, Sipos Aranka, Veronika Galanics, Kinga Kovács
Junior’s Individual:
Gábor Babos: 1st place

2004. 19th Kendo European Championship – Budapest, Hungary

Men’s Individual:
Gábor Erdélyi: Fighting Spirit
Men’s Team:
Tibor Bárány: Fighting Spirit
Women’s Individual:
Barbara Király: 1st place
Aranka Sipos: 3rd place
Women’s Team:
Hungary: 2nd place
Barbara Király, Orsolya Duschel, Aranka Sipos, Éva Molnár, Eszter Molnár
Junior’s Individual:
Gábor Babos: 3rd place

2003. 12th Kendo World Championship – Glasgow, Scotland

Men’s Team:
Norbert Király: Fighting Spirit
Women’s Team:
Barbara Király: Fighting Spirit

2002. 18th Kendo European Championship – Nantes, France

Men’s Individual:
Tibor Bárány: 3rd place
Men’s Team:
Hungary: 1st place
Tibor Bárány, Sándor Dubi, Gábor Erdélyi, Norbert Király, Ferenc Kovács, Kálmán Németh, Zsolt Vadadi
Women’s Individual:
Barbara Király: 1st place
Women’s Team:
Hungary: 2nd place
Barbara Király, Orsolya Duschel, Aranka Sipos, Éva Molnár, Szilvia Bozzay

2001. 17th Kendo European Championship – Bologna, Italy

Men’s Individual:
Gábor Erdélyi: 1st place
Men’s Team:
Hungary: 3rd place
Tibor Balogh, Tibor Bárány, Sándor Dubi, Gábor Erdélyi, Norbert Király, Ferenc Kovács, Zsolt Vadadi
Women’s Individual:
Barbara Király: 1st place
Junior’s Individual:
Szilárd Bognár: 1st place
Attila Dubi: 3rd place

2000. 11th Kendo World Championship - Santa Clara, USA

Women’s Individual:
Barbara Király: Fighting Spirit

1998. 15th Kendo European Championship – Basel, Switzerland

Men’s Individual:
Tibor Bárány: 2nd place
Gábor Erdélyi: 3rd place
Men’s Team:
Hungary: 2nd place
Tibor Bárány, Gábor Erdélyi, Ferenc Kovács, Zsolt Vadadi, Krisztián Berg, László Tóth, Csaba Márkus
Junior’s Individual:
Kálmán Németh: 2nd place

1997. 10th Kendo World Championship – Kyoto, Japan

Men’s Team “group B”:
Hungary: 1st place
Tibor Balogh, Tibor Bárány, Gábor Erdélyi, Norbert Király, Ferenc Kovács, Árpád Habony, Miklós Illyés
Women’s Individual:
Barbara Király: Fighting Spirit

1996. 14th Kendo European Championship – Miskolc, Hungary

Junior’s Individual:
Norbert Király: 1st place
Kálmán Németh: 2nd place

1994. 9th Kendo World Championship – Paris, France

Women’s Team “Goodwill Matches”:
Hungary: 2nd place
Szilvia Bozzay, Andrea Németh, Aranka Sipos

1993. 12th Kendo European Championship – Turku, Finland

Women’s Individual:
Andrea Németh: 2nd place

1992. 11th Kendo European Championship – Barcelona, Spain

Women’s Individual:
Andrea Németh: 2nd place