Monday, November 28, 2022
The team of Spain, led by the legendary Josep Brasco Cata, in Vienna 1974 European Championships. Standing L-R: Josep Brasco, Pedro Robert, Salvador Franch, Francisco Castillo (jr.), Poncio Puigdevall, Gaspar Ventura, Antonio Esteller. Squatting L-R: JUAN Antonio Sierra (Team Manager), Juan Rubio, Antonio Torres, Alfonso Canovas, Juan Sans, Juan Jane. Source: magazine CROL #115, September 1974
Tuesday, November 22, 2022
Saturday, November 12, 2022
The team of Balaton Úszόκ Εgyesulete, winner of the 2nd Hungarian National Championship in 1905. The team: Ede Anderlik, Tivadar Bartl, Alajos Bruckner, Gyula Farszky, Olivér Frecskay, Elemér Horváth, Rezső Karkas, Andor Kéler, Andor Kéler. Source: Nemzeti Sport, 1st October.
The Juniors of Spain, bronze winners in Malta 1976 European Juniors Championship. Standing L-R: Robert, Carmona, Josep Brasco Cata (Head Coach), Ayza, Torres, Gasch, Pegado, Girbal. Squatting L-R: Flaques(Ass. Coach), A.Ventura, Alcazar, Estefannell, Diestre, Marimon, Fite. Spain tied with Italy 5-5 in the final round. Ranking: Italy, Hungary, Spain, Yugoslavia, USSR, Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Poland, Great Britain, France, Malta, Ireland, Turkey. Source: Magazine CROL #139, September 1976, courtesy Josep Castellvi.
The team of Budapesti Vasutas Sport Club (BVSC) 1966 OBI Champion in Hungary. The team coached by the legendary Károly Laky: Gyula Kunos, Zoltán Gyerő, Csaba Gyero, Robert Molnár, Soldier András, Alexander Konrad, Ferenc Konrad, Pál Hecsey, István Németh, Tibor Swordsman, Ferenc Körössy, Imre Togyeriska, László Ajkai. Source: Sportkonyvek, Augut 1966