Hungary’s Judit Polgár, the strongest female chess player of all time, was inducted into the World Chess Hall of Fame in St. Louis, Missouri, on Saturday.
The 2023 World Karate Championships, to be hosted by Budapest between October 24 and 28, is expected to draw 1,600-2,000 athletes and about as many sports officials, organisers said on Friday.
Gábor Csapó, Olympic world and European water polo champion, nine-time Hungarian player who played 272 times in the national team, died at the age of seventy-two, MTI reports.
Kálmán Mészöly, a 61-time international football player who led the Hungarian national team for three periods as national team captain, died on Monday at the age of eighty-one. The family informed MTI about the death of the legendary player.
The Hungarian national football team defeated the visiting Greek team 2-1 in Sunday’s friendly match.
Taekwondo player Salim Omar won the world championship title in Guadalajara, Mexico. The 19-year-old athlete competing in Hungarian colors triumphed in the 54 kilogram field.
The player of the Alba Fehérvár men’s basketball team, Seyi Awogbemi Sodiq, died at the age of eighteen.
Two-time Olympic and world champion Norbert Madaras became the president of the Hungarian Water Polo Association (MVLSZ). The organization held its extraordinary general meeting on Saturday in the Duna Arena, the only pre-planned item on the agenda of which was the election of the new president. The 42-year-old Madaras was entrusted with the leadership of […]
Pétery Szabolcs, one of the participants and organizers of the Budapest-Bamako Rally, has died. The fifty-four-year-old man suffered a heart attack after reaching the finish line, and although an ambulance arrived immediately, his life could not be saved.
Dorottya Faluvégi, Planéta Szimonetta from Debrecen, and Nadine Schatzl were left out of the Hungarian national team preparing for the women’s handball European Championship starting on Friday.