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Hand
  
right-handed

Name
  
Alexandra Bujdoso

Parents
  
Imre Bujdoso

FIE Ranking
  
current ranking

Weight
  
53 kg


Head coach(es)
  
Imre Bujdoso

Height
  
1.60 m

Club
  
Konigsbacher SC

Role
  
Imre Bujdoso's daughter

Weapons
  
Sabre

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Born
  
5 March 1990 (age 33) Budapest, Hungary (
1990-03-05
)

Alexandra Bujdoso (born 5 March 1990 in Budapest, Hungary) is a German-Hungarian sabre fencer.

She is coached by her father, Imre Bujdosó, a former world class fencer and Olympic champion. While still in the Cadets category, she won the 2005–06 junior Fencing World Cup. At the same time, she took a bronze medal at the Klagenfurt World Cup and reached the quarter-finals at the 2006 World Championships in Turin. She finished the season 11th in senior world rankings, a career best as of 2014. She won in 2008 a bronze medal at the Junior World Championships in Acireale.

Bujdoso took part in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she was eliminated in the second round by 2004 silver medallist Xue Tan. She participated again in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London where she was defeated in the round of 32 by Sabina Mikina of Azerbaijan.

References

Alexandra Bujdoso Wikipedia