|2012 London||–48 kg|
|2011 Paris||–48 kg|
|2013 Budapest||–48 kg|
|2014 Montpellier||–48 kg|
|2009 Tbilisi||–48 kg|
|2010 Vienna||–48 kg|
|2011 Istanbul||–48 kg|
|2016 Kazan||–48 kg|
|2018 Tel Aviv||–48 kg|
|2008 Lisbon||–48 kg|
|2012 Chelyabinsk||–48 kg|
|2015 Baku||–48 kg|
|2017 Warsaw||–48 kg|
|Team European Championships|
Éva Csernoviczki (born 16 October 1986 in Tatabánya) is a Hungarian judoka. She became the first Hungarian woman to win an Olympic medal in judo, after getting the bronze in the Woman's Judo 48 kg in the 2012 Summer Olympics. She also competed in the women's 48 kg event at the 2016 Summer Olympics, where she was eliminated by Galbadrakh Otgontsetseg in the repechage.
Her father, Csaba Csernovicki, coaches the female Hungarian judo team.
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- Éva Csernoviczki at the International Olympic Committee
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