“ISTVÁN GYULAI MEMORIAL” – LEGENDS OF THE ATHLETICS WORLD AT THE HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX OF 2011

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Hello track and field fans come to Budapest –  Ferenc Puskás Stadion. The LEGENDS are coming to Budapest. More than 30 countries with 200 partcipants to join this meeting.

It is going to be a day for all parts of the World athlete lovers to remember.

You wouldn’t want to miss it. Why? Because, Budapest hasn’t shared the field with international awesome names of athletes  to participate under the umberella of championship organized here in Hungary for many years. This means World known athletes legends are going to be here in Budapest at the “ISTVÁN GYULAI MEMORIAL” organized by the Hungarian Athletics Federation(MASZ).

The aim of this sport event is in remembrance to  Mr. István Gyulai,  (gone ahead 2006) – IAAF General Secretary, athlete winner at the  Universiade, once well know sport reporter at the Hungarian Television.  He  surely deserves the gold medal in the field of  the ambassdor of athletics sport.

Hungarian Athletics Federation  has invited worldwide known athletes to participate at this meeting.

This Saturday will be the day for the Hungarians  at the grand-stands to see for the first time  Asafa Powell, the one and only outbreak sprinter to run  100m under 10s.

Another fantastic athlete, track and field world class sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown, two time World Youth Champion, three time World Junior Championship, Gold at Doha 2010, Gold 3  times, one Silver, 1 Bronze at the Olyimpic Games.  She said she is looking forward to a great run and some sightseeing if time allows.

Another shinning star to be seen on Saturday,  Sanya Richards-Ross – track and field athlete – two-time Olympic and four-time World Champion, two-time World Athlete of the Year. She will also share  some breathtaking moments  running together with Veronica Campbell-Brown.

Great Olympic and World Champion Hungarian Athletes will be also attending the games.

Don’t miss out 30-July-2011

Saturday afternoon … that’s your place to be!

Highlights of the Program

2.30 p.m.   How fast do you run at 100m? Open run of  100 meters by the audience

4 p.m.          Men’s – Hammer throw

5.15 p.m.   Opening Ceremony

5.20 p.m.   Parade of Stars with the participance of the event’s greatest stars

5.55 p.m.   Men’s – Nationwide  

6.05 p.m.   Women’s – Nationwide 100 m

6.05 p.m.   Women’s –  Long-jump

6.10 p.m.   How fast do you run on 100m?  – Final

6.20 p.m.   Men’s – Pole-vault

6.20 p.m.   Men’s – 5000m

6.25 p.m.   Men’s – Discus throw

6.40 p.m.   Women’s – 500m

6.52 p.m.   Men’s – 100m  –  1st. qualifying round

6.57 p.m.   Men’s – 100m  – 2nd. qualifying round

7.05 p.m.   Men’s –  Triple jump

7.10 p.m.   Women’s  100m  Hurdle-race

7.20 p.m.   Men’s – 110m   Hurdle

7.30 p.m    Women”S – 200 m  

7.40 p.m.   Men’s- 800m  

7.50 p.m.   Men’s – 400m

8 p.m.          Men’s Final – 100m

8.05p.m.   Dr.Bojidar Spiriev – Presenting the Trophy to the Best Athlete of the day!

Update and snaps by: Aggie Reiter

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