Zsófia Tóth (born 25 December 1989 in Tata), also Zsófi, is a Hungarian professional triathlete, several times National Champion in various categories, number 2 in the national elite Ranglista and the 2011 National Vice Champion. Since 2005 she has been a permanent member of the National Team. In the 2010 ITU ranking (Women’s Standings) she was number 20 of the 81 best U23 triathletes of the world.
Zsófia Tóth attended the Váci Mihály Általános Iskola and the high school Középiskola Bárdos László Gimnázium in Tatabánya, which she finished in 2009. Then she moved to Vienna, where she lived together with the Austrian Hungarian triathlete Christian Wohlmutter and studied sports at the University of Vienna.
Since 2003 Zsófia Tóth has been supported by the Hungarian Herkulesz sports promotion scheme and by the Hungarian company group MOL and its foundation Új Europaal Aapítvány. Tóth's coach is Licskó Csaba.
Until 2008, Tóth represented the club ORTRI situated in Oroszlány, not far from her hometown Tata. In 2009, Tóth joined the small Kropkó Triatlon Club, directed by the Hungarian triathlete and several times ironman winner Péter Kropkó. From 2010 onwards, Toth has represented to TVK Mali Triatlon Klub located in Tiszaújváros.
In 2011, Tóth also took part in the prestigious French Club Championship Series Lyonnaise des Eaux. At the Grand Final in La Baule (17 September 2011), she placed 26th in the individual ranking and her club TOCC (Tri Olympique Club Cessonais) placed 7th.
In the six years from 2005 to 2010, Zsófia Tóth took part in 34 ITU competitions and achieved 17 top ten positions. For the World Cup in Huatulco Tóth was appointed a member of the Team ITU.
The following list is based upon the official ITU rankings and the athlete's Profile Page. Unless indicated otherwise all events are triathlons (Olympic Distance) and belong to the Elite category.
|2005-07-23||European Championships (Junior)||Alexandroupoli(s)||5|
|2005-07-24||European Championships (Junior Relay)||Alexandroupoli(s)||1|
|2006-05-27||European Cup (Junior)||Portorož||1|
|2006-06-23||European Championships (Junior)||Autun||DNS|
|2006-08-12||European Cup (Junior)||Tiszaújváros||1|
|2006-09-02||World Championships (Junior)||Lausanne||5|
|2006-10-07||Duathlon European Championships (Junior)||Rimini||3|
|2006-10-28||European Cup (Junior)||Eilat||3|
|2007-05-19||Duathlon World Championships (Junior)||Győr||1|
|2007-06-29||European Championships (Junior)||Copenhagen||14|
|2007-08-30||BG World Championships (Junior)||Hamburg||5|
|2007-12-01||BG World Cup||Eilat||29|
|2008-06-05||BG World Championships (Junior)||Vancouver||3|
|2008-07-13||BG World Cup||Tiszaújváros||10|
|2008-09-06||European Championships (U23)||Pulpí||4|
|2008-09-27||Duathlon World Championships (Junior)||Rimini||7|
|2009-05-17||Premium European Cup||Pontevedra||13|
|2009-06-20||European Championships (U23)||Tarzo Revine||8|
|2009-07-11||Dextro Energy World Championship Series||Kitzbühel||20|
|2009-07-25||Dextro Energy World Championship Series||Hamburg||DNF|
|2009-09-09||Dextro Energy World Championship Series, Grand Final: U23 World Championship||Gold Coast||16|
|2010-05-01||Asian Cup||Subic Bay||5|
|2010-05-08||Dextro Energy World Championship Series||Seoul||37|
|2010-06-05||Dextro Energy World Championship Series||Madrid||49|
|2010-08-28||European Championships (U23)||Vila Nova de Gaia (Porto)||6|
|2010-09-08||Dextro Energy World Championship Series, Grand Final (Age Group 16-19)||Budapest||24|
|2010-09-08||Dextro Energy World Championship Series, Grand Final: U23 World Championship||Budapest||21|
|2011-02-25||Pan American Cup (South American Championships)||Salinas||6|
|2011-03-05||Sprint Triathlon Pan American Cup||Clermont||14|
|2011-03-20||African Cup||Port Elizabeth||2|
|2011-04-09||Dextro Energy World Championship Series||Sydney||53|
|2011-06-19||Dextro Energy World Championship Series||Kitzbühel||58|
BG = the sponsor British Gas · DNF = did not finish · DNS = did not start