Interactive classes: we involved more than a thousand people!
The Watch Games. See More interactive classes have been held partly online in recent months, but we have reached many young people, and it is quite surprising that we learned a lot from the members of the Hungarian men’s handball team.
The school season is over, so our interactive classes are also over. We visited high schools with handball players including members of the Hungarian men’s national team.
In the calendar year, we began our programme on 28 of January, and by 10 of June, we visited fourteen institutions, including the hometowns of our national team players or their former school, where they also met their teachers.
The classes were led by sports reporter András Petur, in addition to the interactive conversations, we also invited the young people to a quiz game. We don’t have to be disappointed in the online classes either, the lack of physical presence, dozens from several classrooms checked in online. This year, we involved more than 1,050 high school students and educators with our interactive classes.
We reached Nagykáta, Szeged, Nyíregyháza, Békés, Budapest, Debrecen and Veszprém several times.
Egon Hanusz and Dominik Máthé were our guests twice, besides them Patrik Ligetvári, Miklós Rosta, Bence Nagy, Adrián Sipos, Ádám Borbély, Zoltán Szita, Mátyás Győri and Zsolt Balogh talked about handball, professional sports and of course the EHF EURO 2022.
During our conversations we got several suprising information about the players: Patrik Ligetvári failed a half semester of physical education, Bence Nagy were left at home before a tour of Barcelona because he was confused with his brother, Egon Hanusz scored 22 goals in a game, Ádám Borbély is a great sudoku fan, Zoltán Szita cried in his younger years after the losing matches and Mátyás Győri became a national karate champion at the age of 11 while Zsolt Balogh saved a wish list on his phone about the goals he still wants to achieve (for example, a podium with the national team in a world competition).