|Full name||Mihály Zoltán Sáfrán|
21 March 1985 |
|Height||1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|Weight||89 kg (196 lb)|
|Coached by||Ligeti László, Soltész Árpád, Oláh Tamás|
|Now coaching||Szabó Attila|
|Achievements and titles|
|Personal best(s)||C-1 1000m 3:49, C-1 500m 1:49, C-2 1000m 3:32|
Mihály Zoltán Sáfrán (born 21 March 1985 in Győr, Hungary) is a Hungarian sprint canoer, fitness coach and quantum-biology author. He is a two-times European champion of the 1000 metres race in C-2 and C-4 (2009,2011), and a World Championship bronze medalist from 2011 in C-4 on the same distance. He has a 6th place from C-2 Canoe Marathon (2007) and C-4 1000m European Championship (2005), 5th place on WCh in C-2 1000m (2009). Two times national champion.
At age group events he has 2 gold medals from U23 European Championships in C-2 1000m (2007, 2008), 3 times bronze in C-2 500m (2007), C-2 1000m (2004), C-4 1000m (2006). He is a junior World Champion in C-1 1000m (2003), 2 times bronze medalist in C-4 1000m (2001) and C-4 500m (2003). 30 times national champion.
- Bioengineer (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, 2004-2010), chemical technician
- Sport coach (canoe-kayak, fitness-body building, MovNat Certified Trainer Level2, Spartan Bodyweight&Girja)
- "Mihály Sáfrán Biography and Olympic Results". Sports Reference. Retrieved 8 March 2012.
- paleosport.hu (articles about sport-nutrition-health, books, trainings, fitness camps, online&personal consultation)
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