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Tuesday, April 19th 2005, 12:22pm

Anita Kulcsar Welthandballerin

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Short Portrait: Anita Kulcsar - Indispensible

Anita Kulcsar begun her career in Szerencs and had played for Nyiregyhaza in the second league until the scouts of Györi ETO discovered her talent. They could not sense at that time that they had engaged one of the world’s best pivots.

After Erszebet Kocsis, the 1995 World Handball Player, having put an end to her career, the 1.78 tall Kulcsar made the leap into the Hungarian national team at the age of 19 only. There, she quickly became an indispensable pillar for coach Lajos Mocsai. Already in 1998, she won her first international medal when grabbing ECh bronze in the Netherlands and she also was part of the team having that claimed the 2000 European Championship title and had to admit defeat only in the finals of the Olympic Games in Sydney and the 2003 WC in Croatia.

With Herz FTC Budapest, Kulcsar competed against Komental Skopje inthe Champions League final. Only last year she signed with Dunaferr SE, the club of former World Handball Player Bojana Radulovics and Hungary’s national goalkeeper Katalin Palinger. Kulcsar played 165 international matches – the last one on 19 December 2004 in Budapest: victory over Russia to win the bronze medal at the end of the European Championship. Yet, the pivot’s tragic fate has cast a shadow on all that wonderful pictures of her career.
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Tuesday, April 19th 2005, 12:30pm

Women

Anita Kulcsár (HUN) 65.7%

Katrine Fruelund (DEN) 8.8%

Rikke Schmidt (DEN) 6.4%

Line Daugaard (DEN) 5.3%

Véronique Pecqueux Rolland (FRA) 4.7%

Maryna Vergelyuk (UKR) 2.4%

Sang Eun Lee (KOR) 2.0%

Sun-Hee Woo (KOR) 1.8%

other 2.9%

Ein eindeutiges Ergebnis. Allerdings gab es ja schon bestimmte öffentliche Aufrufe sie zu wählen, nachdem sie gestorben war. Wie gut sie ohne ihren Tod abgeschnitten hätte, lass ich mal dahingestellt sein. Aber ein so eindeutiges Votum wäre es wohl nicht geworden.

Meine Wahl mit Katrine Fruelund ist dann schon auf Platz Zwei mit sagenhaften 56,9 % Rückstand.
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Tuesday, April 19th 2005, 12:36pm

ich hab auch für sie gestimmt. ;)

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Tuesday, April 19th 2005, 1:28pm

ich sehe derzeit keine Überragende, daher finde ich das Ergebnis okay.
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Sunday, May 8th 2005, 9:47am

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ich hab auch für sie gestimmt. ;)



So sehe ich das auch. Es gibt keine überragende Spielerin im Moment
und Anita war schon wirklich eine sehr Gute!!
:love:ROSSIJA ROSSIJA ROSSIJA ROSSIJA :love:

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