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Konrád Nagy

Hungary

SportShort Track
NOCHungary
Born26 Mar 1992 in Debrecen 
GenderMen
FamilyPartner Andrea Keszler
ResidenceCalgary, AB, CAN
OccupationAthlete, Student
LanguagesEnglish, Hungarian
Higher educationElectrical Engineering - Obuda University: Budapest, HUN
Personal Bests
EventRecordDateLocation 
Personal Bests
  Event RecordDateLocation 
    500m 43.881 28 Oct 2011 Saguenay  
    1000m 1:27.892 21 Oct 2012 Calgary  
    1500m 2:15.287 19 Oct 2012 Calgary  
    3000m 5:29.586 14 Mar 2010 Budapest  
Social Media
Social Media
www.facebook.com/konrad.nagy  
Sport Specific Information
Sport Specific Information
Reason for choosing this sport"I wanted to compete at the Olympic Games, but short track was not an option - I wasn't good enough. I was always interested in long track so I made the switch."  
Name of coachTodd McClements, CAN; Szabolcs Szolosi, HUN  
When and where did you begin this sport?He took up short track in 2006 in Debrecen, Hungary. He switched to long track speed skating ahead of the 2013/14 season.  
Club / TeamDebrecen Sportcentrum: Hungary  
General Interest
General Interest
Famous relativesHis partner Andrea Keszler represented Hungary in short track at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi. (Facebook profile, 07 Jun 2015; SportsDeskOnline, 03 Dec 2014)  
InjuriesHe broke his left elbow after crashing at the 2009 World Junior Championships in Sherbrooke, QC, Canada, which required surgery. Four months later, he broke the same elbow again, resulting in another round of surgery and six months out of action. (Athlete, 13 Nov 2017)  
Memorable sporting achievementCompeting at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi. (Athlete, 13 Nov 2017)  
Most influential person in careerHis father. (Athlete, 13 Nov 2017)  
Hero / IdolSlovakian ice hockey player Zdeno Chara. (Athlete, 13 Nov 2017)  
Sporting philosophy / motto"Remember the guy that gave up? Neither does anybody else." (Athlete, 13 Nov 2017)  
HobbiesCycling, inline skating, hiking, snowboarding, reading. (mob.hu, 11 Jan 2014)  
Other sportsHe has represented Hungary in short track at World Cup level. (mob.hu, 11 Jan 2014)  
Awards and honoursHe was selected as Hungary's flag bearer for the opening ceremony of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang. (olimpia.hu, 07 Feb 2018)  
Championships results
Year Competition Event Rank  
Championships results
    2008/2009 World Junior Championships 3000m Relay6  
    2009/2010 World Junior Championships 3000m Relay10  
    2009/2010 World Junior Championships Overall30  
World Cups
Year Competition Event Rank  
World Cups
    2012/2013 World Cup 1500m57  
    2011/2012 World Cup 1000m66  
    2012/2013 World Cup 1000m68  
    2011/2012 World Cup 1500m89  
    2011/2012 World Cup 500m90