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Hungary
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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
Judoka
 
Miklós Ungvári 3 4 4
Antal Kovács 2 2 5
Éva Csernoviczki 2 5 6
Bertalan Hajtós 2 4 2
Anett Meszaros 1 2 3
Last 365 days of judo
Judoka
 
Reka Pupp 2 1 1
Szofi Ozbas 1 1 2
Richard Sipocz 1 0 2
Krisztian Toth 0 1 2
Kitti Kovács 0 1 1
Last results
Judo event Type Place Date
1 European Cup Cadets Gyor IJFCad Gyor 19 Nov 2022
2 Junior European Cup Paks IJFJun Paks 16 Jul 2022
3 Grand Slam Budapest GSL Budapest 8 Jul 2022
4 Budapest Cup U23 IT Budapest 30 Apr 2022
5 Budapest Cup U18 ITCad Budapest 30 Apr 2022
1.
Judo event European Cup Cadets Gyor
Type IJFCad
Place Gyor
Date 19 Nov 2022
2.
Judo event Junior European Cup Paks
Type IJFJun
Place Paks
Date 16 Jul 2022
3.
Judo event Grand Slam Budapest
Type GSL
Place Budapest
Date 8 Jul 2022
4.
Judo event Budapest Cup U23
Type IT
Place Budapest
Date 30 Apr 2022
5.
Judo event Budapest Cup U18
Type ITCad
Place Budapest
Date 30 Apr 2022
Birthdays
Name Birthdate Age
1 Botond Feczko 8 Dec 1998 24 years
2 Norbert Farago 8 Dec 1995 27 years
3 Ferenc Kollar 9 Dec 1955 67 years
4 Kitti Kovács 10 Dec 1997 25 years
5 David Karpati 11 Dec 2000 22 years
1.
Name Botond Feczko
Birthdate 8 Dec 1998
Age 24
2.
Name Norbert Farago
Birthdate 8 Dec 1995
Age 27
3.
Name Ferenc Kollar
Birthdate 9 Dec 1955
Age 67
4.
Name Kitti Kovács
Birthdate 10 Dec 1997
Age 25
5.
Name David Karpati
Birthdate 11 Dec 2000
Age 22