Hungarian Olympic Committee

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Hungarian Olympic Committee
Hungarian Olympic Committee logo
Hungarian Olympic Committee logo
Country/Region Hungary
CodeHUN
Created19 December 1895
Recognized1895
Continental
Association
EOC
HeadquartersBudapest, Hungary
PresidentKrisztián Kulcsár
Secretary GeneralLazlo Fabian
Websitewww.olimpia.hu

The Hungarian Olympic Committee (Hungarian: Magyar Olimpiai Bizottság, MOB) is the National Olympic Committee representing Hungary.

History[edit]

The Hungarian Olympic Committee was founded in 19 December 1895, as sixth in the world right after the French, Greek, USA, German and Austrian Olympic Committee.

List of presidents[edit]

President Term
Albert Berzeviczy 1895-1904
Count Imre Széchényi 1904-1905
Count Géza Andrássy 1905-1907
Count Géza Andrássy and Gyula Muzsa 1907-1927
Gyula Muzsa 1927-1940
Gyula Prém 1941-1944
Alajos Jámbor and Sándor Barcs 1947-1948
Gusztáv Sebes and Zsigmond Ábrai 1948-1951
Gyula Hegyi 1951-1958
Gyula Hegyi, Sándor Gáspár and Zoltán Komócsin 1958-1962
Gyula Hegyi 1962-1964
Gyula Egri 1964-1969
Sándor Beckl 1969-1978
István Buda 1978-1986
Gábor Deák 1986-1989
Pál Schmitt 1989-2010
Zsolt Borkai 2010-2017
Krisztián Kulcsár 2017-present

Member federations[edit]

The Hungarian National Federations are the organizations that coordinate all aspects of their individual sports. They are responsible for training, competition and development of their sports. There are currently 33 Olympic Summer and five Winter Sport Federations in Hungary.

National Federation Summer or Winter Headquarters
Hungarian Archery Association Summer Budapest
Hungarian Athletics Association Summer Budapest
Hungarian Badminton Association Summer Budapest
Hungarian Baseball and Softball Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Basketball Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Boxing Association Summer Budapest
Hungarian Canoe Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Curling Federation Winter Budapest
Hungarian Cycling Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Diving Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Equestrian Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Fencing Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Football Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Golf Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Gymnastics Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Handball Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Hockey Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Ice Hockey Federation Winter Budapest
Hungarian Judo Association Summer Budapest
Hungarian Karate Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Modern Pentathlon Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Rowing Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Rugby Union Summer Budapest
Hungarian Shooting Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian National Skating Federation Winter Budapest
Hungarian Ski Federation Winter Budapest
Hungarian Snowboard Association Winter Budapest
Hungarian Surfing Association Summer Budapest
Hungarian Swimming Association Summer Budapest
Hungarian Table Tennis Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Taekwondo Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Tennis Association Summer Budapest
Hungarian Triathlon Union Summer Budapest
Hungarian Volleyball Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Water Polo Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Weightlifting Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Wrestling Federation Summer Budapest
Hungarian Yachting Association Summer Budapest

Social media[edit]

The MOB is present on social media, with the Press Office of the Committee running an official Facebook[1] page and Instagram[2] accounts. The MOB is also present on YouTube with its own channel.[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hungarian Olympic on Facebook. Facebook.
  2. ^ Hungarian Olympic on Instagram. Instagram.
  3. ^ Hungarian Olympic on YouTube. YouTube.

External links[edit]