Olympic silver medallist Krisztian Pars and won the inaugural Németh Pál Memorial International Hammer Throw challenge in the western Hungarian city of Szombathely on Tuesday.
the Hungarian, a protégé of the legendary Hungarian Hammer guru, got the better of a strong field that included Olympic and world champion Primoz Kozmus of Slovenia and Berlin bronze medallist Aleksey Zagorniy of Russia, with a throw of 79.65m.
"It was a very emotional moment for me. I wanted to win it for ‘Uncle Pali.’ I am very pleased that I could win today and so many people came out. They gave me extra motivation," said an emotional Pars.
Reigning European champion Tatyana Lysenko of Russia won the women’s event with a throw of 72.79m….Read More