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The 3rd Budapest Circus Festival was held between the 13th and the 17th of January 2000 in the Capital Circus of Budapest.

SHOW ”A”

1.         Hunan Troupe – Acrobatic plate balance (China)

2.         Tirano – Pole throwing acrobats (Hungary)

3.         Volker Maria Maier – Stick juggler (Germany)

4.         Warrior Princesses – Pole balance (Hungary)

5.         A. Chelnokov and M. Volkov – Play on a ball (Russia)

6.         Zozo – Clown act (Hungary)

7.         Zhang Fan – Balance on a swinging wire (China)

8.         Ewelyn and Cristian – Teeterboard acrobats (Romania)

9.         Zozo – Clown act (Hungary)

10.       Didyk Troupe – Acrobatics on double swing (Ukraine)

11.       Douglas Mac Valley – Death cauldron (Brazil, USA)

12.       Lajos Nereus – Juggler (Hungary)

13.       Nesterov – Animal act (Russia)

14.       Jonan Logan – Comedian (Canada)

15.       Anton Chelnokov – Aerialist (Russia)

16.       Zozo – Clown act (Hungary)

17.       Hunan Troupe – Bicycle artists (China)

SHOW ”B”

1.         Hunan Troupe – Kerchief jugglers (China)

2.         Michael Guillaume – Hand balance (France)

3.         Nesterov – Animal act (Russia)

4.         Tibor Sallai – Comedian (Hungary)

5.         Duo Ruzsilla – Jugglers (Russia)

6.         Arias Brothers – Throwing acrobats (Cuba)

7.         Zozo – Clown act (Hungary)

8.         Marina Osinskaya – Beauty and agility on a high wire (Russia)

9.         Douglas Mac Valley – Death cauldron (Brazil, USA)

10.       Duo Chaimordanovi – Balance (Russia)

11.       Jonan Logan – Comedian (Canada)

12.       Rondo Veneziano – Pole throwing acrobats (Russia)

13.       Rippel Brothers – Hand balance (Hungary)

14.       Sergej Mazurin – Aerialist (Russia)

15.       Zozo – Clown act (Hungary)

16.       Hunan Troupe – Teeterboard acrobats (China)

President of the jury: Eduardo Murillo

Winners:

 Gold

Zhang Fan

China

 Silver

Rippel Brothers

Hungary

 

Marina Osinskaya

Russia

 Bronze

Didyk csoport

Ukraine

 

Hunan Troupe

China

 

Nereus Lajos

Russia