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Ceremonial Reception for Hungary's Olympic Athletes

D&T
Aug 9, 2021

The Hungarian athletes, medalists and medal winners of the Tokyo Olympics were welcomed by officials and fans at the BOK Hall in Budapest on Monday. At the ceremony, which was attended by hundreds of supporters, the President of the Hungarian Olympic Committee, Krisztián Kulcsár, underlined that "the Hungarian Olympians are now being welcomed with the […]

Final Day Bronze for Hungary and Place 15 on the Medal Table

D&T
Aug 8, 2021

The Hungarian national team beat Spain 9-5 on the last day of the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games to clinch the third place. All in all, Hungary finished 15th on the medal table with six gold, seven silver and seven bronze medals. After thirteen years, the Hungarian men's water polo team won another medal at the […]

One Gold and One Bronze for Hungary in Water Sports

D&T
Aug 7, 2021

In the women's kayak four 500-meter final, the Hungarian team defended their title to win the sixth gold for Hungary in Tokyo 2020, while the country's national team defeated the Russian Olympic Committee side in women's water polo to take the bronze medal. The Hungarian quartet won the women's kayak 500-meter event confidently in London […]

Modern Pentathlon and Karate Bronzes for Hungary in Tokyo

D&T
Aug 6, 2021

Sarolta Kovács in women's modern pentathlon and Gábor Hárspataki in karate finished third this Friday at the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games, producing the 16th and 17th medal for Hungary. Following the fencing and swimming legs of the modern pentathlon held on Thursday, 30-year-old Sarolta Kovács, the 2017 individual world champion of this sport, did well […]

Tokyo: A Gold and Two Silver Medals for Hungary on Thursday

D&T
Aug 5, 2021

In the men's kayak single 200-meter event, Hungary's Sándor Tótka needed a photo finish to be declared the winner, Tamara Csipes finished second in the women's kayak single 500-meter event while the second silver of the day for Hungary was produced by Kristóf Rasovszky in the men's 10-kilometer open water swim race. According to the […]

Another Silver Medal for Hungary in Tokyo

D&T
Aug 4, 2021

Hungary’s Viktor Lőrincz lost Wednesday's final of the Greco-Roman wrestling 87 kg category  at the Tokyo Olympics and had to be content with the silver medal. The 31-year-old had a reason to take revenge on two-time world and three-time European champion and Rio Olympics silver medalist Zhan Belenyuk of Ukraine after losing to that ace […]

Double Olympic Victory for Hungary in Kayaking

D&T
Aug 3, 2021

Hungarian paddlers Bálint Kopasz and Ádám Varga have won a double victory for their country in the men's single kayak 1,000-meter event held in the Sea Forest Waterway at the Tokyo Olympic Games this Tuesday. The Hungarian medal collection was also enriched with a another silver and a bronze meal - both in water sports. […]

Another Hungarian Medal at the Tokyo Olympics

D&T
Jul 31, 2021

Hungary’s Kristóf Milák won the silver medal in the men’s 100m butterfly at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday with a European record. Milák, the winner of 200m butterfly event this Wednesday, swam in the final with the next to 100m freestyle winner Caeleb Dressel of the United States, the favorite in the 100m butterfly. The […]

Milák Wins Second Hungarian Gold at the Tokyo Olympics

D&T
Jul 28, 2021

World champion and world record holder Kristóf Milák won the gold medal in the 200m butterfly with an Olympic record on Wednesday at the Tokyo Games. The other Hungarian competitor in the event, Tamás Kenderesi, finished fourth. The 21-year-old world-class swimmer was already in the lead in the first 50 meters, despite the usual strong […]

Tokyo 2020: a Silver Medal for Hungary on Sunday

D&T
Jul 25, 2021

Gergely Siklósi, competing in the first Olympics of his career, won the silver medal in the men's individual epée event at the Tokyo Games on Sunday. The 23-year-old world number one and defending world champion lost 15-10 to France's Romain Cannone in the final. Siklósi fought with freat spirit all day long in Hall B […]

Hungary's Áron Szilágyi Writes Olympic History

D&T
Jul 24, 2021

Just like in London in 2012 and Rio de Janeiro five years ago, Áron Szilágyi won the men's individual event at the Tokyo Olympics, and with his triple victory he made sporting history. Szilágyi put up a stunning performance all day, and in the evening local time final he produced a superb fencing display to […]

Hungarian Women Qualify for the Olympics in Handball

D&T
Mar 20, 2021

The Hungarian women's handball team made it to the Tokyo Olympics postponed to this summer as Russia defeated Kazakhstan 33-26 in Saturday's second round of the qualifying tournament. This result at the qualification tournament in Győr, NW Hungary decided that the Hungarians would finish in one of the first two places that are worth Olympic […]

Ready for Tokyo 2020

Sándor Laczkó
Feb 25, 2020

It is less than half a year to the Tokyo Olympics. The Japanese are preparing innovative, environmentally friendly solutions for the Games that focus on sustainability. The President of the Hungarian Olympic Committee (HOC), Krisztián Kulcsár, has had reassuring, positive impressions in the island country and is confident regarding the chances of the Hungarian Team. […]

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