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2020.08.19

12:00

12:50
Hammer Throw - women

14:00

14:40
Hammer Throw - men

16:00

16:00
Official Opening
16:05
Long Jump - women
16:15
100 m Hurdles - women national
16:15
High Jump - men / women- competition of doubles
16:25
100 m - women national
16:40
100 m men national

17:00

17:05
400 m Hurdles men
17:15
Discus Throw - men
17:20
400 m Hurdles - women
17:30
400 m - women
17:40
400 m - men
17:45
Triple Jump - men
17:55
100 m - men

18:00

18:10
100 m Hurdles - women
18:20
110 m Hurdles - men B-race
18:30
110 m Hurdles - men A-race
18:40
200-m-men-national
18:50
200 m - women

19:00

19:00
200 m - men
19:10
600 m - men
19:20
Awarding of Winners
19:35
Dr. Bojidar Spiriev Trophy presentation

„WE ALWAYS LOOK AT EACH OTHER WITH LUCA AT THE START”

The DSC-DSI athlete Luca Kozák broke the 12.76s record (set by Siska Xénia in 1984) at the 10th Gyulai István Memorial - Hungarian Athletics Grand Prix in August, but - looking back at the footage with her coach - they found a mistake in the run.

Our top stars in 2019

Genzebe Dibaba

Mile / 3:50.07 / 1500m
World champion
World record holder

Christian Taylor

Triple Jump / 18.21m
Olympic and world champion
Race record holder

Márton Anita

Shot put / 19.87m
Indoor track world champion
European Indoor Track Champion

Shaunae Miller-Uibo

400m / 49.44
Olympic champion
Race record holder

Omar McLeod

110 Hurdles / 12.90
Olympic and world champion
Race record holder

Steven Gardiner

400m / 43.87
Olympic bronze medalist
World Championship silver medalist

Tianna Bartoletta

Long Jump / 7.17m
Olympic and world champion
World record holder (4x100m)

Paweł Fajdek

Hammer Throw / 83.93m
World champion
European champion

Keni Harrison

100 Hurdles / 12.20
World record holder
Indoor track world champion

Christian Coleman

200m / 19.85
World record holder (60m)
The fastest man in the world

Ramil Guliyev

200m / 19.76
World champion
European champion

Ivana Spanovic

Long Jump / 7.10m
Indoor track world champion
European champion

István Gyulai

István Gyulai was born on 21 March 1943 in Budapest. He lost his father when he was 1 year old, so he was left alone with his mother very early. She worked as a religion and piano teacher and raised his son rather strictly. His entire childhood was characterised by order and discipline - no wonder that he was a straight-A student during his school years. When he was 14, his P.E. teacher at the time could only get the swift young man to participate in an athletic training by threating him with the following words:

“If you don’t turn in your football equipment and come to run, I will make your school records worse!”

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