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Krisztina Triscsuk

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Nationality  Russian Hungarian
2012–  Hungary
Playing position  Left back
Name  Krisztina Triscsuk

Current club  Dunaujvarosi NKS
Role  Handball Player
Number  5
Height  1.76 m
Krisztina Triscsuk wwwmobhuimagessportagakkezilabdaTriscsukKri
Born  17 July 1985 (age 30) Boksitogorsk, Russia (1985-07-17)
0000–2004 2004–2005 2005–2013 2013–2014 2014-  KSK Luch Moscow Veszprem Beton KC Fehervar KC Erdi VSE Dunaujvarosi NKS

THC Talk mit Krisztina Triscsuk 03.01.2018

Krisztina Triscsuk ([ˈkristinɒ ˈtriʃtʃuk]; Russian: Кристина Трищук, Kristina Trishchuk; born 17 July 1985) is a Russian-Hungarian handballer for Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA and the Hungarian national team.


Krisztina Triscsuk Az rd vlogatott irnytja krhzba kerlt a BL


Krisztina Triscsuk Triscsuk Krisztina a Kohsznl folytatja Dunajvrosi

On 14 May 2011, in his sixth season by Fehérvár KC, she surpassed Beatrix Balogh's all-time league scoring record, who hit the back of the net 643 times while playing for the Székesfehérvár-based club. Triscsuk entered the court against Veszprém with only one goal short to the previous record and managed thirteen goals, thus becoming the new league topscorer of Fehérvár.


Krisztina Triscsuk Krisztina Triscsuk left RD joines Dunajvrosi KKA

As a youngster, Triscsuk played alongside Emiliya Turey, Lyudmila Postnova and Yekaterina Andryushina in the Russian youth national teams, however, she never made a full international appearance. Since 2004 Triscsuk lives in Hungary and in October 2012 she obtained the Hungarian citizenship. On 10 December 2012 she was called up to the Hungarian squad for the 2012 European Women's Handball Championship as a replacement for Melinda Vincze. Triscsuk made her debut a day later against Romania in a 25–19 victory, with that Hungary secured its place in the semi-finals of the European Championship.


  • European Championship:
  • Bronze Medalist: 2012
  • Magyar Kupa:
  • Silver Medallist: 2006
  • Bronze Medallist: 2011
  • EHF Cup
  • Winner: 2016
  • References

    Krisztina Triscsuk Wikipedia

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