Sprint canoeist Tamara Csipes and fencer Áron Szilágyi have been elected Hungary’s Athletes of the Year by the country’s sports journalists. The coach of the year title went to András Decsi of the fencing team.
The Hungarian government will continue to support sports infrastructure projects in Transylvania, including Szekler Land, Péter Szijjártó, Hungary’s minister of foreign affairs and trade, said on Thursday after talks with Károly Eduárd Novák, Romania’s minister of sports.
Grandmaster Gábor Kállai, a Hungarian chess player, coach and former federal captain, who died at the age of sixty-two.
On Wednesday, Hungarian swimmer Liliána Szilágyi shared with the world that her father had been abused and humiliated her physically, mentally and sexually for decades.
The Hungarian Olympic Committee’s (MOB) extraordinary general assembly decided to withdraw support from Krisztián Kulcsár, its president, in a vote on Thursday.
A Year’s End rally to be held on the Hungaroring Formula One track near Budapest will feature over 200 cars from six countries racing over 56 kms on December 28-29 , the organisers said.
Péter Stöger, the Austrian manager of Hungarian first-division club Ferencváros, is stepping down after just over six months with the team, the club announced on Monday.
More than ten people got injured when, for hitherto unknown reasons, three buses carrying workers and a car collided in the 87-kilometer section of Highway 63 near Székesfehérvár, a spokesman for the Fejér County Police Headquarters told MTI on Monday.
Hungarian sportsman Szilveszter Csollány, 51, who retired from racing in 2003, became infected with the coronavirus. Magyar Nemzet reported that the Olympic, world and European champion is in hospital, his condition is serious and he has been on a ventilator. The paper wanted to interview the athlete on November 23rd, but Csollány said he had […]
The government has allocated 2,100 billion forints (EUR 5.8bn) for supporting sports since it came to power in 2010, to save the sector from “withering away” due to lack of funding for infrastructure and training, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Friday, inaugurating a swimming pool in Gödöllő, near Budapest.