Judo in Hungary

Judo in Hungary has a long tradition. Magyarország as Hungary is called is host of the IJF headoffice in Budapest and IBSA Paralympic judo head quarters. Hungarian judo celebrated its only Olympic title by Kovács Antal. In 2012 Ungvari Miki and Csernoviczki Eva won Olympic medals in London. Judo in Hungary won 9 Olympic medals and two World titles by Kovacs Antal in 1991 and Braun Akos in 2005. Toth Krisztian won World silver in 2014. The Grand Prix Budapest is the biggest IJF judo event in Hungary. In 2017 the IJF Judo World Championships are held in Budapest.

Judo legends B S G

  • Miklós Ungvári
  • 443
  • Antal Kovács
  • 522
  • Éva Csernoviczki
  • 652
  • Bertalan Hajtós
  • 242
  • Anett Meszaros
  • 321

Miklós Ungvári - Super star

Antal Kovács - Idol

Last 365 days of judo B S G

  • Hedvig Karakas
  • 101
  • Szabina Gercsák
  • 001
  • Zalan Ohat
  • 010
  • Miklós Cirjenics
  • 200
  • Zsombor Veg
  • 100

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Last results

Judo event Type Place Date
Hungarian Championships U18 NemesvamosNCadetNemesvamos22 Feb 2020
Hungarian Championships KecskemétNCKecskemét1 Feb 2020
European Cup Cadets GyorIJFCadGyor16 Nov 2019
Hungarian Open U23 BajaI23Baja28 Sep 2019
Grand Prix BudapestGPBudapest12 Jul 2019

Birthdays

Name Birthdate Age
Milan Graffy12 Aug 200020 years
Sándor Batizi12 Aug 199030 years
Ninetta Kakonyi13 Aug 198931 years
Csaba Szabó I13 Aug 197446 years
Zoltan Simoncsik14 Aug 199822 years
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