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2018 April 12
Kedves szurkolóim! Nehéz nekifognom bármit is írni… Fájdalmas, de egyben kihívásokkal teli döntés, amiért pályafutásom sorsfordító lépésére szántam el magam! Büszkén mondhatom el, a szocsi olimpián az előkelő 7. helyet szereztem meg és kétszer dobogós voltam világkupán, - hogy csak a legjelentősebb eredményeimet említsem pályafutásomból -, és nem túlzás elmondani, sokat tettem azért, hogy Magyarország felkerüljön a sínemzetek térképére. Mindez persze nem történhetett volna meg, nagyon komoly szakmai és erkölcsi háttér nélkül. Mindenképpen meg kell említenem Kaszó Klárát, Kálomista Gábort, Kapitány Ildikót, Gótzy Antalt, Stark Mártont és a csapatomat, nélkülük ezeket a sikereket nem érhettem volna el. Nekik köszönhetően tapasztaltam meg mennyire nélkülözhetetlen a profi gondolkodás és az odaadó munka, a hatékonyság és a cselekvés, amely mindig egyirányba mutatott. A Sí Szövetségnél kialakult feszültségek és viták miatt úgy érzem sportolóként már nem tudnék a jelenlegi vezetőséggel profi szinten kooperálni és a sísport nagyobb hasznát venné az ambíciómnak, a kitartásomnak és a szakmai tudásomnak, ha vezetőként segíteném tovább a fiatalok fejlődését. Nem volt könnyű döntés, hangsúlyozom, egészségi állapotom nem indokolja, hogy abba hagyjam a sportot, de a sísport az életem része és nem lehetek tétlen szemlélője, hogy az az építkezés amelynek meghatározó szereplője voltam, látványosan megtorpanjon es összedőljön. Márpedig a jelenlegi vezetés működése amatőr, átgondolatlan és a sportág jövőjét alapjaiban veszélyeztető! Ezért úgy döntöttem befejezem profi pályafutásomat és a vasárnapi közgyűlésen ringbe szállok az elnöki posztért. Szeretném megköszönni elsősorban a családomnak, hogy mindig mellettem álltak és ezt a sportot választották nekem, barátaimnak, akikre mindig számíthattam. Köszönetet mondanék szponzoraimnak, hogy segítettek megvalósítani céljaimat! Köszönöm a Das WeltAuto Magyarország, Audi Magyarország, MVM Magyar Villamos Művek Zrt., Szerencsejáték Zrt., Wayteq Europe, Vienna Life, Under Armour, a Sí Szövetségnek, a Magyar Olimpiai Bizottságnak és nem utolsó sorban, klubomnak, az Magyar Testgyakorlók Köre Budapest-nak! Megtisztelés volt egy ilyen sportegyesület égisze alatt versenyezni! Köszönöm a HEAD SKI, uvex wintersports, LEKI, VIST, Ziener és Ortema Sport Protection! És hálásan köszönöm NEKTEK, hogy figyelemmel követtétek pályafutásomat és mindig drukkoltatok nekem! My Dear Fans, It’s really hard to express myself in any way right now... It’s been painfull but provocative in the meantime to come to this decision, that is a pretty big turnaround in my carrer. I am proud of my results, especially of the most remarkable ones: my 7th place on the Sochi Olympics and my 3rd places (2 times) on world cup races. Without any exageration, I have done everything, to mark Hungary. But I am not the only one in this result. I couldn’t have done it without the professional and moral support of Klára Kaszo, Gábor Kalomista, Ildikó Kapitány, Antal Gotzy, Márton Stark and my team. They have all played a significant role in my success. I’ve learned from them, how important professional thinking and hard work is, and that action and efficiency has to edge along on the same direction. Due to the tension and dispute that has evolved lately in the Hungarian Ski Association, I can’t see how I could work together with the present management. In fact, I strongly believe that the ski sport would use my ambition, professional knowledge and determination to help the young ski generations in a much profitable way, if I am their leader. I repeat, it hasn’t been an easy decision to make. My health is NOT the reason, why I stop competing. But skiing is my life and always will be. I can not sit back and watch how the empire that has been built, and that I have put so much effort in, to be destroyed. Distroyed by no one else, but the present management itself, whose operation is rather unprofessional and unreasonable. And even more, I think it means a seriuos danger to the future of the Hungarian ski sport. Therefore, I have decided to stop my sports career and run for the presidency on the General Meeting of the Hungarian Ski Association to be held this Sunday. First of all, I would like to say THANKS to my family. They have always stood by my side, and they’ve chosen this sport for me. Thank you, my friends, who I could always count on. And lots of thanks to YOU, my fans, who have followed me through my whole carreer and have always supported me. I would also like to thank my sponsors to play such an important role in going for my goals. Thank you: Das Welt Auto, Porsche Hungary, MVM Group, Szerencsejatek zrt, Wayteq, Vienna Life Insurance, Under armour, Hungarian Ski Association, Hungarian Olympic Committee. Last but not least thank you MTK, my club. It has been an honour to compete under the aegis of your sport club! And I would like to say thanks to Head, Uvex, Leki, Vist, Ziener and Ortema!
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I was born on the 31st March 1988 in Csikszereda (rom. Miercurea Ciuc), one of the coldest towns of Transilvania, being surrounded by the Hargita mountains. Obviously I chose a winter sport as my favourite activity, even if I tried some other sports in my childhood, just like tennis or tae-kwon-do. I heard some rumours that many opponents were afraid of my view but I found skiing more interesting. I started skiing at the age of 5 on the ski-slope of Somlyo where I slalomed around wooden sticks. We have an important sport tradition in our family, both my father and brother were hockey players in the past, but, because there was no hockey team for women, I remained outside the ice rink.

I began my career in Romania. Until 2010 I was racing in the national Squad of my home-country, later I moved to Budapest. So, after I received the Hungarian citizenship and the new FIS code, I signed with the team Fullsport SE.

During my childhood I was competing mostly in Romania, but being coached by Mr. Bonis Ferenc – who was considered to be my second dad indeed- I started my international appearances in many races. Then I gathered more motivation and self-confidence, I felt a lot of pleasure. Under the given circumstances I achieved many good results, what lead to more snow and technical trainings. Because of this I spent a lot of time in Austria in the past 7 years.

I suffered an injury just before the Olympics in Torino 2006, so I was not able to participate in that event. After a successful return with my new Austrian trainer Jurgen Albel, I achieved the best ever result in the Romanian ski-history. It happened at the FIS Junior World Champs 2008 in Formigal as I was 5th in downhill. After that, another big result came at the FIS World Champs 2010 in Val d’Isere, being placed 18th twice.

Unfortunately I crashed at the first race of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver I got injured, so couldn’t start at the rest of the events.

After the Olympics I decided that I move abroad and I’m going to compete for the Hungarian national Team. My first challenge was at the 2011 World Champs in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. I managed to gather positive experiences because I was glad to finish on the 23rd position in the combined discipline. I would like to add that I was 4th at one of the intermediate time sectors.

I have been participating as a permanent racer at the World Cup series where my results get better and better. Whilst in 2013 my best result was an 18th place, in 2014 I was able to finish 18th, 12th and 5th all in downhill events. In the meantime I finished 23rd and 19th at the World Championships in Schladming and finished 7th, 15th and 16th at the Sochi Winter Olympics. After the Olympics, I finished 5th in a World Cup downhill race in Crans Montana, 3rd in St Moritz, scoring the first ever podium finis hat a World Cup event and have become a stable point scorer. I have also achieved a 13th place at the Vail-Beaver Creek World Championships.

I qualified for the World Cup Finals in the last two seasons and have been collecting points in Super G as well. My main goal is to score a podium finish at the World Championships and at the World Cup on a regular basis and of course a gold medal at the forthcoming Olympic Games in South Korea. Before the 2014 season I switched clubs and now compete as an alpine skier for the prestigious Budapest based MTK.
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2017-2018
DATE NATION PLACE DISCIPLINE CATEGORY
28.11-3.12.2017 Canada Lake Louise DH SG FIS World Cup
8.-10.12.2017 Switzerland St. Moritz SG AC FIS World Cup
14-17.12.2017 France Val d’Isére DH SG FIS World Cup
11-14.1.2018 Austria Bad Kleinkirchheim DH SG FIS World Cup
18-21.1.2018 Italy Cortina d`Ampezzo DH SG FIS World Cup
1-4.2.2018 Germany Garmisch Partenkirchen DH FIS World Cup
8-24.2.2018 South Korea PyeongChang DH SL GS SG AC Winter Olympics
12-18.3.2018 Sweden ARE DH SL GS SG World Cup Finals
RESULTS
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28 France Val d’Isére Super G FIS World Cup
12 France Val d’Isére Downhill FIS World Cup
13 Canada Lake Louise Super G FIS World Cup
3 Canada Lake Louise Downhill FIS World Cup
10 Canada Lake Louise Downhill FIS World Cup
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14 Switzerland St. Moritz Downhill FIS World Cup
8 Italy La Thuile Downhill FIS World Cup
13 Italy La Thuile Downhill FIS World Cup
29 Germany Garmisch Partenkirchen Super G FIS World Cup
7 Germany Garmisch Partenkirchen Downhill FIS World Cup
27 Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo Super G FIS World Cup
6 Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo Downhill FIS World Cup
17 Austria Altenmarkt-Zauchensee Downhill FIS World Cup
9 France Val d’Isére Downhill FIS World Cup
22 Canada Lake Louise Downhill FIS World Cup
22 Canada Lake Louise Downhill FIS World Cup
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11 France Meribel Downhill FIS World Cup
29 Germany Garmisch Super G FIS World Cup
13 USA Vail Beaver Creek Downhill FIS World Championship
3 Switzerland St. Moritz Downhill FIS World Cup
24 Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo Super G FIS World Cup
16 Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo Downhill FIS World Cup
20 Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo Downhill FIS World Cup
25 Canada Lake Louise Downhill FIS World Cup
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12 France Val d’Isére Downhill FIS World Cup
18 Italy Cortina d’Ampezzo Downhill FIS World Cup
5 Switzerland Crans Montana Downhill FIS World Cup
7 Austria Innerkrems Super G Austrian Championships
7 Russia Sochi Downhill Olympics
16 Russia Sochi Super Combined Olympics
15 Russia Sochi Super G Olympics
RANK NATION PLACE DISCIPLINE CATEGORY
26 Canada Lake Louise Downhill FIS World Cup
30 Canada Lake Louise Downhill FIS World Cup
29 France Val d'Isére Downhill FIS World Cup
26 France Meribel Downhill FIS World Cup
18 Germany Garmisch-Partenkirchen Downhill FIS World Cup
19 Austria Schladming Super Combined World Championships
23 Austria Schladming Downhill World Championships
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18 Austria Bad Kleinkirchheim Downhill European Cup
15 Switzerland St. Moritz Downhill European Cup
30 Switzerland St. Moritz Super Combined FIS World Cup
1 Austria Innerkrems Downhill Austrian Youth Championships
1 Austria Innerkrems Downhill Austrian Youth Championships
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23 Super Combined World Championships
21 Downhill World Championships
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26 Switzerland St. Moritz Super G FIS World Cup
28 Switzerland St. Moritz Super Combined FIS World Cup
23 Switzerland St. Moritz Super G FIS World Cup
RANK NATION PLACE DISCIPLINE CATEGORY
30 Switzerland St. Moritz Super G FIS World Cup
18 Downhill World Championships
18 Super G World Championships
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2 Italy Super Combined European Cup
1 Austria Downhill Austrian Junior
5 Downhill Junior World Championships
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2 Austria Downhill Austrian Championships
6 Downhill Junior World Championships
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