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See Amarilla Veres's Thrilling Reaction to Paralympic Wheelchair Fencing Gold For Hungary

PopSugar Logo By Samantha Brodsky of PopSugar | Slide 1 of 10: Amarilla Veres's reaction to winning gold in women's individual épée category A wheelchair fencing against China's Rong Jing, a four-time Paralympic gold medalist, was documented in snapshots, but one look and we're transported onto the competition floor with her. We feel the pride she feels. This is Hungary's first gold medal of the Tokyo Paralympics and the country's second-ever Paralympic wheelchair fencing gold, according to Hungary Today. This also marks Veres's second Paralympic medal total - she won bronze in the women's épée team event five years ago in Rio - and she has the épée team competition to come. Ahead, check out emotional images of Veres's victory, and see triumph translate through the screen.

See Amarilla Veres's Thrilling Reaction to Paralympic Wheelchair Fencing Gold For Hungary

Amarilla Veres's reaction to winning gold in women's individual épée category A wheelchair fencing against China's Rong Jing, a four-time Paralympic gold medalist, was documented in snapshots, but one look and we're transported onto the competition floor with her. We feel the pride she feels. This is Hungary's first gold medal of the Tokyo Paralympics and the country's second-ever Paralympic wheelchair fencing gold, according to Hungary Today.

This also marks Veres's second Paralympic medal total - she won bronze in the women's épée team event five years ago in Rio - and she has the épée team competition to come. Ahead, check out emotional images of Veres's victory, and see triumph translate through the screen.

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