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Official Result of the Hungarian National Qualifying Championship

The official result of the Hungarian national qualifying championship from 25th February 2017

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Download: Official result_HU

-65 kg Men
I. Karczub Zoltán Nyírbátori KKSE
II. Tátrai Ádám Victory Martfűi KKK
III. Spéder István Kamikaze Kyokushinkai Karate Kai (Sopron)  

-75 kg Men
I. Fekete Farkas Mór Yakuzák SE (Jászberány)
II. Rózsa Gábor Fight Team HSE (Nyíregyháza)
III. Ludszky Zsolt Főnix Dojo / Markó Szabolcs Victory Martfűi KKK

-85 kg Men
I. Popovics Tamás Victory Martfűi KKK
II. Szudi Ferenc Fuji-San KKK
III. Kovács Ádám Csornai SE / Ujvári Bálint Nagyatádi KKSE

+85 kg Men
I. Lizák Richárd Budoka KK (Siófok)
II. Kazsamér Richárd Nyírbátori KKSE
III. Dávid András Derecske Budo Egyesület / Georgiades Zoltán Musashi Team (Szentes)hungarian qualifying

-50 kg
I. Polák Leila Tadashii Dojo (Szeged)
II. Karczub Miriam Nyírbátori KKSE
III. Stoffán-Wágner Eszter Victory Martfűi KKK2017_HunCham

-55kg
I. Szabó Zsófia Yakuzák SE (Jászberány)
II. Németh Veronika Castrum SC (Kapuvár)
III. Sövényházi Eszter Tadashii Dojo (Szeged)

-60 kg
I. Leiter Anett Ippon KKSE
II. Szondi Anikó Castrum SC (Kapuvár)
III. Kovács Eszter Csornai SE / Géczi Annamária Encs KKE

+60 kg
I. Hogál Eszter Vácrátóti HSE
II. Seregély Gyöngyi Répcelaki Rakurai Karate Egesület
III. Farkas Adrienn Shogun Team / Jónás Alexa Shogun Team

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Kata
I. Tóth Attila Tekeres SK
II. Kovács Balázs Ippon KKSE
III. Csintalan Ádám Tekeres SK

I. Polák Leila Tadashii Dojo (Szeged)
II. Berencsi Tímea Ezüstcsikó KHE
III. Stoffán-Wágner Eszter Viotory Martfűi KKK / Balázs Panni Shogun Teamhungarian qualifying

Best break Rózsa Gábor
Best karate technics Polák Leila
Best fighter Fekete Farkas Mór

Pictures by Tamás Fekete

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