Hungary at the Olympics

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Hungary at the Olympic Games

Flag of Hungary
IOC code  HUN
NOC Hungarian Olympic Committee
Website www.mob.hu (Hungarian) (English)
Olympic history
Summer Games
Winter Games
Intercalated Games
1906

Hungary first participated at the Olympic Games at the inaugural 1896 Games, and has sent athletes to compete in most Summer Olympic Games and every Winter Olympic Games since then. The nation was not invited to the 1920 Games after World War I, and it was forced to participate in the Soviet-led boycott of the 1984 Summer Olympics.

Hungarian athletes have won a total of 476 medals at the Summer Games and 6 medals at the Winter Games, with fencing as the top medal-producing sport. Hungary has won more Olympic medals than any other nation that has never hosted the Games. Hungary is also the most successful football team in the history of Olympics.

The National Olympic Committee for Hungary is the Hungarian Olympic Committee, and was created and recognized in 1895.

Medal tables by Games[edit]

Medal tables by Sport[edit]

Flagbearers[edit]

Summer Olympics
Games Athlete Sport
1908 London István Mudin Athletics
1912 Stockholm Jenő Réti Athletics
1920 Antwerp Hungary did not participate
1924 Paris Sándor Toldi Athletics
1928 Amsterdam Kálmán Egri Athletics
1932 Los Angeles Péter Bácsalmási Athletics
1936 Berlin
1948 London Imre Németh Athletics
1952 Helsinki
1956 Melbourne József Csermák Athletics
1960 Rome János Simon Basketball
1964 Tokyo Gergely Kulcsár Athletics
1968 Mexico City
1972 Munich
1976 Montreal Jenő Kamuti Fencing
1980 Moscow István Szívós Water polo
1984 Los Angeles Hungary did not participate
1988 Seoul István Vaskuti Canoeing
1992 Barcelona Tibor Komáromi Wrestling
1996 Atlanta Bence Szabó Fencing
2000 Sydney Rita Kőbán Canoeing
2004 Athens Antal Kovács Judo
2008 Beijing Zoltán Kammerer Canoeing
2012 London Péter Biros Water polo
Winter Olympics
Games Athlete Sport
1924 Chamonix
1928 St. Moritz Gyula Szepes Nordic combined
1932 Lake Placid László Szollás Figure skating
1936 Garmisch Levente Balatoni Alpine skiing
1948 St. Moritz András Harangvölgyi Alpine skiing
1952 Oslo Ferenc Lőrincz Speed skating
1956 Cortina István Erdélyi
1960 Squaw Valley János Bartha
1964 Innsbruck Lajos Koutny Ice hockey
1968 Grenoble Mihály Martos Speed skating
1972 Sapporo Zsuzsa Almássy Figure skating
1976 Innsbruck László Vajda Figure skating
1980 Lake Placid András Sallay Figure skating
1984 Sarajevo Gábor Mayer Biathlon
1988 Calgary Attila Tóth Figure skating
1992 Albertville
1994 Lillehammer Attila Bónis Alpine skiing
1998 Nagano Krisztina Egyed Speed skating
2002 Salt Lake City
2006 Turin Rózsa Darázs Short track
2010 Vancouver Júlia Sebestyén Figure skating
2014 Sochi Bernadett Heidum Short track

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