Hungary women's national handball team

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Association Hungarian Handball Federation
Coach Kim Rasmussen
Captain Anita Görbicz
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Results
Summer Olympics
Appearances 6 (First in 1976)
Best result 2nd (2000)
World Championship
Appearances 21 (First in 1957)
Best result 1st (1965)
European Championship
Appearances 12 (First in 1994)
Best result 1st (2000)
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Hungary women's national handball team
Medal record
Olympic Games
Silver medal – second place 2000 Sydney Team
Bronze medal – third place 1976 Montreal Team
Bronze medal – third place 1996 Atlanta Team
World Championship
Gold medal – first place 1965 West Germany
Silver medal – second place 1957 Yugoslavia
Silver medal – second place 1982 Hungary
Silver medal – second place 1995 Austria/Hungary
Silver medal – second place 2003 Croatia
Bronze medal – third place 1971 Netherlands
Bronze medal – third place 1975 USSR
Bronze medal – third place 1978 Czechoslovakia
Bronze medal – third place 2005 Russia
European Championship
Gold medal – first place 2000 Romania
Bronze medal – third place 1998 Netherlands
Bronze medal – third place 2004 Hungary
Bronze medal – third place 2012 Serbia

The Hungary women's national handball team is the national team of Hungary. It is governed by the Hungarian Handball Federation (Hungarian: Magyar Kézilabda Szövetség) and takes part in international handball competitions. They won the World Championship in 1965 and the European Championship in 2000.

Results[edit]

     Champions       Runners-up       Third Place       Fourth Place  

Olympic Games[edit]

Since their debut in 1976, Hungary has participated in six Olympic Games. They received a silver medal in Sydney 2000.

Games Round Position Pld W D L GF GA GD
Canada 1976 Montreal Third Place 3rd of 6 5 3 1 1 85 55 +30
Soviet Union 1980 Moscow Fourth Place 4th of 6 5 1 1 3 80 74 +6
United States 1984 Los Angeles Did not participate
South Korea 1988 Seoul Did not qualify
Spain 1992 Barcelona
United States 1996 Atlanta Third Place 3rd of 8 5 3 0 2 126 127 −1
Australia 2000 Sydney Runners-up 2nd of 10 7 4 1 2 202 187 +15
Greece 2004 Athens Match for 5th place 5th of 10 7 5 1 1 215 178 +37
China 2008 Beijing Fourth Place 4th of 12 8 3 1 4 211 227 −16
United Kingdom 2012 London Did not qualify
Brazil 2016 Rio de Janeiro
Total 6/10 0 Titles 37 19 5 13 919 848 +71

World Championship[edit]

Hungary is regularly present at World Championships, having missed only 1990 and recently 2011. They won the tournament once in 1965 and have also received four silver and four bronze medals. In 2003, Hungary lost the final match against France 32 – 29 after one overtime.[1]

Year Position
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1957 2nd
Romania 1962 5th
Germany 1965 1st
Netherlands 1971 3rd
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1973 4th
Soviet Union 1975 3rd
Czech Republic 1978 3rd
Hungary 1982 2nd
Netherlands 1986 8th
South Korea 1990 Didn't qualify
Norway 1993 7th
Austria / Hungary 1995 2nd
Germany 1997 9th
Denmark / Norway 1999 5th
Italy 2001 6th
France 2003 2nd
Russia 2005 3rd
France 2007 8th
China 2009 9th
Brazil 2011 Didn't qualify
Serbia 2013 8th
Denmark 2015 11th
Germany 2017 Qualified

European Championship[edit]

As of 2014, the Hungarian team has participated in every European Championship that has taken place. They won the tournament in 2000, after beating Ukraine 32–30 in the final.[2]

Year Position Pld W D L GS GA +/-
Germany 1994 4th 7 3 1 3 163 160 +3
Denmark 1996 10th 6 1 0 5 131 154 -23
Netherlands 1998 3rd 7 5 0 2 175 161 +14
Romania 2000 1st 7 6 1 0 216 169 +47
Denmark 2002 5th 7 5 0 2 223 204 +19
Hungary 2004 3rd 8 6 0 2 236 217 +19
Sweden 2006 5th 7 5 0 2 234 186 +48
Republic of Macedonia 2008 8th 6 2 1 3 143 160 -17
Denmark / Norway 2010 10th 6 3 0 3 126 147 -21
Serbia 2012 3rd 8 4 0 4 219 226 -7
Hungary / Croatia 2014 6th 7 3 1 3 178 172 +6
Sweden 2016 12th 6 1 1 4 132 143 −11
Total 12/12 82 44 5 33 2176 2099 +77

Other tournaments[edit]

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Squad for the 2016 European Women's Handball Championship.[3]

Head coach: Kim Rasmussen

No. Pos. Name Date of birth (age) Height App. Goals Club
3 LW Nadine Schatzl (1993-11-19) 19 November 1993 (age 23) 1.73 m 13 25 Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria
5 LB Krisztina Triscsuk (1985-07-17) 17 July 1985 (age 31) 1.76 m 47 132 Hungary Siófok KC
12 GK Melinda Szikora (1988-11-19) 19 November 1988 (age 28) 1.75 m 1 0 Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria
13 CB Anita Görbicz (1983-05-13) 13 May 1983 (age 34) 1.73 m 213 1029 Hungary Győri ETO
14 P Anett Kisfaludy (1990-08-31) 31 August 1990 (age 26) 1.82 m 9 9 Hungary Érdi VSE
15 LB Kinga Klivinyi (1992-03-31) 31 March 1992 (age 25) 1.78 m 33 65 Hungary Érdi VSE
21 GK Éva Kiss (1987-07-10) 10 July 1987 (age 29) 1.89 m 69 1 Hungary Győri ETO
22 RW Bernadett Bódi (1986-03-09) 9 March 1986 (age 31) 1.75 m 120 208 Hungary Győri ETO
23 LB Klára Szekeres (1987-12-01) 1 December 1987 (age 29) 1.83 m 71 25 Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria
25 RB Anna Kovács (1991-10-24) 24 October 1991 (age 25) 1.73 m 11 22 Hungary Dunaújvárosi
30 RB Szimonetta Planéta (1993-12-12) 12 December 1993 (age 23) 1.98 m 38 41 Germany Thüringer HC
31 RB Dóra Hornyák (1992-01-24) 24 January 1992 (age 25) 1.76 m 13 16 Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria
34 P Rea Mészáros (1994-04-14) 14 April 1994 (age 23) 1.72 m 23 5 Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria
44 LW Ildikó Erdősi (1989-09-14) 14 September 1989 (age 27) 1.71 m 31 67 Hungary Siófok KC
61 GK Kinga Janurik (1991-11-06) 6 November 1991 (age 25) 1.76 m 7 1 Hungary Érdi VSE
66 RW Viktória Lukács (1995-01-31) 31 January 1995 (age 22) 1.69 m 6 14 Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria
99 P Luca Dombi (1995-11-17) 17 November 1995 (age 21) 1.67 m 2 3 Hungary Mosonmagyaróvár

Technical staff[edit]

  • Head Coach: Kim Rasmussen
  • Assistant Coach: Siti Beáta
  • Fitness Coach: Vilmos Kostner
  • Doctor: Gyula Szikora
  • Masseur: Csaba Tímár
  • Physiotherapist: Csaba Szikra-Mezey

Past squads[edit]

1957 World Championship (Second placed)

Éva Arany, Zsuzsa Béres, Borbála Cselőtei, Árpádné Csicsmányi, Katalin Gardó, Ferencné Geszti, Gyuláné Hanczmann, Magda Jóna, Magda Kiss, Aranka Rachel-Segal, Lídia Simonek, Éva Szendi, Mária Vályi, Erika Wéser.

Coach: Bódog Török

1962 World Championship (Fifth placed)

Éva Arany, Elemérné Bakó, Márta Balogh, Lajosné Cserháti, Béláné Fodor, Ágnes Hanus, Klára Höbenreich, Magda Jóna, Erzsébet Pásztor, Anna Rothermel, Éva Szendi, Judit Szűcs, Mária Tóth,Ilona Urbán, Zsuzsa Varga, Ágnes Végh.

Coach: Bódog Török

1965 World Championship (Winner)[4]

Ágnes Babos, Márta Balogh, Erzsébet Bognár, Márta Giba, Ágnes Hanus, Mária Holub, Ilona Ignácz, Magda Jóna, Erzsébet Lengyel, Erzsébet Pásztor, Anna Rothermel, Mária Tóth, Zsuzsanna Varga, Ágnes Végh.

Coach: Bódog Török

1971 World Championship (Third placed)

Ágnes Babos, Erzsébet Bognár, Ágota Bujdosó, Erzsébet Drozdik, Márta Giba, Klára Horváth, Éva Kovács, Erzsébet Nyári, Mária Polszter, Anna Rothermel, Amália Sterbinszky, Ilona Szabó, Rozália Tomann, Borbála Tóth Harsányi, Katalin Tóth Harsányi.

Coach: Bódog Török

1973 World Championship (Fourth placed)

Mária Berzsenyi, Ágota Bujdosó, Márta Giba, Klára Horváth, Piroska Németh, Erzsébet Nyári, Márta Pacsai, Anna Rothermel, Amália Sterbinszky, Katalin Tavaszi, Rozália Tomann, Borbála Tóth Harsányi, Katalin Tóth Harsányi, Mária Vanya.

Coach: Bódog Török

1975 World Championship (Third placed)

Éva Angyal, Mária Berzsenyi, Ágota Bujdosó, Klára Horváth, Ilona Nagy, Marianna Nagy, Erzsébet Németh, Márta Pacsai, Zsuzsanna Pethő, Ilona Samus, Amália Sterbinszky, Katalin Tavaszi, Rozália Tomann, Katalin Tóth Harsányi, Mária Vanya, Krisztina Wohner.

Coach: Bódog Török

1976 Summer Olympics (Third placed)[5]

Éva Angyal, Mária Berzsenyi, Ágota Bujdosó, Klára Horváth, Ilona Nagy, Marianna Nagy, Erzsébet Németh, Márta Pacsai, Zsuzsanna Pethő, Amália Sterbinszky, Rozália Tomann, Borbála Tóth Harsányi, Katalin Tóth Harsányi, Mária Vanya.

Coach: Bódog Török

1978 World Championship (Third placed)

Éva Angyal, Mária Berzsenyi, Éva Bozó, Klára Éliás, Györgyi Győrvári, Mária Hajós, Erika Magyar, Ilona Nagy, Marianna Nagy, Erzsébet Németh, Ilona Samus, Amália Sterbinszky, Anikó Szabadfi, Rozália Tomann, Mária Vanya, Krisztina Wohner.

Coach: Bódog Török

1980 Summer Olympics (Fourth placed)[6]

Éva Angyal, Mária Berzsenyi, Klára Bonyhádi, Éva Bozó, Piroska Budai, Györgyi Győrvári, Klára Horváth, Marianna Nagy, Erzsébet Németh, Erzsébet Nyári, Ilona Samus, Amália Sterbinszky, Rozália Tomann, Mária Vanya.

Coach: Mihály Lele

1982 World Championship (Second placed)

Valéria Agocs, Éva Angyal, Ildikó Barna, Klára Bonyhádi, Katalin Gombai, Anna György, Györgyi Győrvári, Klára Horváth, Gabriella Jakab, Marianna Nagy, Erzsébet Németh, Erzsébet Nyári, Zsuzsa Nyári, Mariann Rácz, Amália Sterbinszky, Mária Vanya.

Coach: János Csík

1986 World Championship (Eighth placed)

Mária Ácsbog, Ildikó Barna, Erika Csapó, Csilla Elekes, Éva Erdős, Marianna Nagy, Erzsébet Németh, Anna György, Éva Kiss, Éva Kovács, Katalin Major, Zsuzsa Nyári, Csilla Orbán, Mariann Rácz, Katalin Szilágyi, Ágota Utasi, Márta Varga.

Coach: Zsolt Barabás

1993 World Championship (Seventh placed)

Erika Csapó, Edit Csendes, Éva Erdős, Ágnes Farkas, Beáta Hoffmann, Erzsébet Kocsis, Beatrix Kökény, Eszter Mátéfi, Anikó Meksz, Helga Németh, Erika Oravecz, Melinda Szabó, Katalin Szilágyi, Brigitta Szopóczy, Ágota Utasi, Márta Varga.

Coach: László Laurencz

1994 European Championship (Fourth placed)[7]

Beatrix Balogh, Edit Csendes, Rita Deli, Ágnes Farkas, Rita Hochrajter, Beáta Hoffmann, Erzsébet Kocsis, Beatrix Kökény, Anikó Meksz, Helga Németh, Ildikó Pádár, Anna Szántó, Brigitta Szopóczy, Beatrix Tóth, Ágota Utasi.

Coach: László Laurencz

1995 World Championship (Second placed)

Éva Erdős, Andrea Farkas, Ágnes Farkas, Beáta Hoffmann, Anikó Kántor, Erzsébet Kocsis, Beatrix Kökény, Eszter Mátéfi, Anikó Meksz, Anikó Nagy, Helga Németh, Ildikó Pádár, Beáta Siti, Anna Szántó, Katalin Szilágyi, Beatrix Tóth.

Coach: László Laurencz

1996 Summer Olympics (Third placed)[8]

Éva Erdős, Andrea Farkas, Beáta Hoffmann, Anikó Kántor, Erzsébet Kocsis, Beatrix Kökény, Eszter Mátéfi, Auguszta Mátyás, Anikó Meksz, Anikó Nagy, Helga Németh, Ildikó Pádár, Beáta Siti, Anna Szántó, Katalin Szilágyi, Beatrix Tóth.

Coach: László Laurencz

1996 European Championship (Tenth placed)[7]

Beatrix Balogh, Rita Borók, Éva Erdős, Andrea Farkas, Beáta Hoffmann, Klára Kertész, Erzsébet Kocsis, Anita Kulcsár, Eszter Mátéfi, Anikó Meksz, Anikó Nagy, Beáta Siti, Éva Szarka, Gabriella Takács, Beatrix Tóth, Anasztázia Virincsik.

Coach: László Laurencz

1997 World Championship (Ninth placed)

Beatrix Balogh, Rita Borók, Rita Deli, Éva Erdős, Andrea Farkas, Ágnes Farkas, Anikó Kántor, Fanni Kenyeres, Anita Kulcsár, Anikó Meksz, Helga Németh, Ildikó Pádár, Katalin Pálinger, Zsófia Pásztor, Melinda Szabó, Gabriella Takács.

Coach: János Csík

1998 European Championship (Third placed)[7]

Beatrix Balogh, Rita Deli, Ágnes Farkas, Andrea Farkas, Anikó Kántor, Beatrix Kökény, Anita Kulcsár, Anikó Meksz, Anikó Nagy, Helga Németh, Ildikó Pádár, Katalin Pálinger, Krisztina Pigniczki, Judit Simics, Beáta Siti, Gabriella Takács.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

1999 World Championship (Fifth placed)

Beatrix Balogh, Nikolett Brigovácz, Rita Deli, Andrea Farkas, Ágnes Farkas, Anikó Kántor, Beatrix Kökény, Anita Kulcsár, Dóra Lőwy, Anikó Nagy, Ildikó Pádár, Katalin Pálinger, Krisztina Pigniczki, Judit Simics, Beáta Siti, Gabriella Takács.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

2000 Summer Olympics (Second placed)[9]

Beatrix Balogh, Rita Deli, Ágnes Farkas, Andrea Farkas, Anikó Kántor, Beatrix Kökény, Anita Kulcsár, Dóra Lőwy, Anikó Nagy, Ildikó Pádár, Katalin Pálinger, Krisztina Pigniczki, Bojana Radulovics, Judit Simics, Beáta Siti.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

2000 European Championship (Winner)[7]

Nikolett Brigovácz, Ágnes Farkas, Anikó Kántor, Gabriella Kindl, Erika Kirsner, Beatrix Kökény, Anita Kulcsár, Krisztina Nagy, Ildikó Pádár, Katalin Pálinger, Zsuzsanna Pálffy, Krisztina Pigniczki, Judit Simics, Beáta Siti, Eszter Siti, Tímea Sugár.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

2001 World Championship (Sixth placed)

Beatrix Balogh, Rita Borók, Rita Deli, Andrea Farkas, Ágnes Farkas, Gabriella Kindl, Erika Kirsner, Anita Kulcsár, Ildikó Pádár, Zsuzsanna Pálffy, Katalin Pálinger, Krisztina Pigniczki, Bojana Radulovics, Beáta Siti, Eszter Siti, Tímea Sugár.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

2002 European Championship (Fifth placed)[7]

Beatrix Balogh, Ágnes Farkas, Anita Görbicz, Erika Kirsner, Anita Kulcsár, Zsuzsanna Lovász, Ibolya Mehlmann, Helga Németh, Ildikó Pádár, Katalin Pálinger, Krisztina Pigniczki, Eszter Siti, Tímea Sugár, Hortenzia Szrnka, Tímea Tóth, Orsolya Vérten.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

2003 World Championship (Second placed)

Beáta Bohus, Ágnes Farkas, Bernadett Ferling, Anita Görbicz, Erika Kirsner, Anita Kulcsár, Zsuzsanna Lovász, Ibolya Mehlmann, Katalin Pálinger, Krisztina Pigniczki, Bojana Radulovics, Eszter Siti, Irina Sirina, Tímea Sugár, Hortenzia Szrnka, Tímea Tóth.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

2004 Summer Olympics (Fifth placed)[10]

Beáta Bohus, Ágnes Farkas, Bernadett Ferling, Anita Görbicz, Erika Kirsner, Anita Kulcsár, Zsuzsanna Lovász, Ibolya Mehlmann, Katalin Pálinger, Zsuzsanna Pálffy, Krisztina Pigniczki, Bojana Radulovics, Irina Sirina, Eszter Siti, Tímea Tóth.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

2004 European Championship (Third placed)[7]

Beatrix Balogh, Beáta Bohus, Bernadett Ferling, Anita Görbicz, Gabriella Kindl, Anita Kulcsár, Zsuzsanna Lovász, Ibolya Mehlmann, Ivett Nagy, Katalin Pálinger, Krisztina Pigniczki, Bojana Radulovics, Irina Sirina, Eszter Siti, Gabriella Szűcs, Tímea Tóth.

Coach: Szilárd Kiss

2005 World Championship (Third placed)

Beatrix Balogh, Rita Borbás, Bernadett Ferling, Anita Görbicz, Ágnes Hornyák, Fanni Kenyeres, Gabriella Kindl, Mónika Kovacsicz, Ibolya Mehlmann, Cecília Őri, Katalin Pálinger, Eszter Siti, Tímea Sugár, Gabriella Szűcs, Tímea Tóth, Orsolya Vérten.

Coach: András Németh

2006 European Championship (Fifth placed)[7]

Beatrix Balogh, Rita Borbás, Zsanett Borbély, Bernadett Ferling, Anita Görbicz, Orsolya Herr, Ágnes Hornyák, Erika Kirsner, Mónika Kovacsicz, Ibolya Mehlmann, Katalin Pálinger, Eszter Siti, Piroska Szamoránsky, Gabriella Szűcs, Tímea Tóth, Orsolya Vérten.

Coach: András Németh

2007 World Championship (Eighth placed)

Beatrix Balogh, Rita Borbás, Bernadett Ferling, Anita Görbicz, Orsolya Herr, Ágnes Hornyák, Erika Kirsner, Mónika Kovacsicz, Ibolya Mehlmann, Katalin Pálinger, Piroska Szamoránsky, Gabriella Szűcs, Zita Szucsánszki, Zsuzsanna Tomori, Tímea Tóth, Orsolya Vérten.

Coach: András Németh

2008 Summer Olympics (Fourth placed)[11]

Bernadett Bódi, Rita Borbás, Bernadett Ferling, Anita Görbicz, Orsolya Herr, Ágnes Hornyák, Mónika Kovacsicz, Katalin Pálinger, Krisztina Pigniczki, Piroska Szamoránsky, Gabriella Szűcs, Zsuzsanna Tomori, Tímea Tóth, Orsolya Vérten.

Coach: János Hajdu

2008 European Championship (Eighth placed)[12]

Barbara Balogh, Bernadett Bódi, Anita Bulath, Anita Görbicz, Orsolya Herr, Ágnes Hornyák, Mónika Kovacsicz, Katalin Pálinger, Melinda Pastrovics, Anett Sopronyi, Piroska Szamoránsky, Gabriella Szűcs, Zita Szucsánszki, Zsuzsanna Tomori, Orsolya Vérten, Melinda Vincze.

Coach: Vilmos Imre

2009 World Championship (Ninth placed)

Bernadett Bódi, Anita Bulath, Orsolya Herr, Gabriella Juhász, Anikó Kovacsics, Adrienn Orbán, Melinda Pastrovics, Valéria Szabó, Klára Szekeres, Zita Szucsánszki, Zsuzsanna Tomori, Katalin Tóth, Tímea Tóth, Ágnes Triffa, Orsolya Vérten, Szandra Zácsik.

Coach: Eszter Mátéfi

2010 European Championship (Tenth placed)[7]

Szilvia Ábrahám, Bernadett Bódi, Anita Bulath, Orsolya Herr, Anikó Kovacsics, Mónika Kovacsicz, Katalin Pálinger, Anett Sopronyi, Valéria Szabó, Piroska Szamoránsky, Klára Szekeres, Zita Szucsánszki, Bernadett Temes, Zsuzsanna Tomori, Tímea Tóth, Orsolya Vérten, Melinda Vincze.

Coach: Eszter Mátéfi

2012 European Championship (Third placed)

Bernadett Bódi, Anita Bulath, Anita Görbicz, Orsolya Herr, Éva Kiss, Kinga Klivinyi, Anikó Kovacsics, Mónika Kovacsicz, Viktória Rédei Soós, Valéria Szabó, Piroska Szamoránsky, Klára Szekeres, Zita Szucsánszki, Zsuzsanna Tomori, Krisztina Triscsuk, Orsolya Vérten, Melinda Vincze.

Coach: Karl Erik Bøhn

Notable players[edit]

Coaching history[edit]

Period Head Coach
1956–1978 Hungary Bódog Török
1979–1980 Hungary Mihály Lele
1980–1985 Hungary János Csík
1986–1987 Hungary Zsolt Barabás
1988–1989 Hungary István Szabó
1990–1996 Hungary László Laurencz
1997 Hungary János Csík
1998 Hungary András Németh / Hungary Gyula Zsiga
1998–2004 Hungary Lajos Mocsai
2004 Hungary Szilárd Kiss
2005–2008 Hungary András Németh
2008 Hungary János Hajdu
2008–2009 Hungary Vilmos Imre
2009–2011 Hungary Eszter Mátéfi
2011–2013 Norway Karl Erik Bøhn
2013–2014 Hungary János Hajdu
2014–2016 Hungary András Németh
2016–2016 Spain Ambros Martín / Hungary Gábor Elek
2016- Denmark Kim Rasmussen

Individual all-time records[edit]

  Still active players are highlighted.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Championship 2003 official report" (PDF). International Handball Federation. Retrieved 2009-01-25. 
  2. ^ "2000 Women's European Championship – Match Details". European Handball Federation. Retrieved 2009-01-25. 
  3. ^ 2016 European Championship roster
  4. ^ "A 45 éve vb-aranyat nyert csapatot ünnepelték" (in Hungarian). Nemzeti Sport Online. Retrieved 15 December 2010. 
  5. ^ "Hungary Handball at the 1976 Montréal Summer Games". Sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 28 June 2010. Retrieved 15 December 2010. 
  6. ^ "Hungary Handball at the 1980 Moskva Summer Games". Sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 28 August 2010. Retrieved 15 December 2010. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h "Magyarok a női kézilabda Európa-bajnokságokon, érmesek" (in Hungarian). Nemzeti Sport Online. Retrieved 3 March 2011. 
  8. ^ "Hungary Handball at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Games". Sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 20 January 2011. Retrieved 15 December 2010. 
  9. ^ "Hungary Handball at the 2000 Sydney Summer Games". Sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 20 January 2011. Retrieved 15 December 2010. 
  10. ^ "Hungary Handball at the 2004 Athina Summer Games". Sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 27 December 2010. Retrieved 15 December 2010. 
  11. ^ "Hungary Handball at the 2008 Beijing Summer Games". Sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 21 June 2009. Retrieved 15 December 2010. 
  12. ^ "Euro 2008 Team Roster – HUN" (PDF). European Handball Federation. 1 December 2008. Retrieved 2009-01-25. 

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