We are very lucky to have always had a lot of very talented and hard-working athletes.
Our team won 19 medals including 7 gold, 8 silver and 4 bronze in the 14th European Maccabi Games in Berlin in 2015. With these results Hungary became the 8th country to have won the most medals on the list of nations.
All of our sportsmen are great and dedicated to sports and our Jewish community.
It will be an amazing feeling for our athletes to compete in their homeland.
We hope you will gladly get to know our Hungarian delegation and compete with our team in Budapest in 2019.
One hundred Hungarian athletes participated in the 20. Maccabi Games as part of the 120 member delegation. This was the biggest ever Hungarian group, which participated at the games in Israel which featured over 10 thousand athletes from 80 countries. Halfway through the games, the Hungarian already surpassed their best performance ever up till that point.
Anita Schrödl, junior sabre: silver
Regina Binet, női foil: bronze
Róbert Gátai, foil: silver
Martin Singer, sabre: bronze
Both the men’s sabre and foil team finished third, while the Hungarian taekwondo team finished as the most successful foreign group.
Dániel Murinai, 87 kg: gold
Ádám Gulyás, 87 kg: silver
Norbert Rizmayer, 58 kg: bronze
Dániel Békési, 4×200 freestyle swim relay: bronze
János Becsey, two-time Paralympic champion and four time world champion won the bronze in both the 50 butterfly and breaststroke.
Women’s waterpolo team team: silver
Men’s waterpolo team team: silver
Zsuzsa Kunos, karate kumite adult category: gold
Laura Sterck, karate open: gold
Bálint Kroinstein, karate: silver
Elvira Kádár and S. Ernlib (ISR), women’s table tennis: bronze
Szilvia Bakó, table tennis junior individual: silver
Fanni Perjés, 800 meters: bronze
András Lőwy, 10 kilometres: bronze
Zsófi Boros, triathlon: silver
Bridge team: silver
Our athletes are committed to our Jewish community.
For our competitors, representing our country on home soil will be a unique honour in 2019.
We are eagerly awaiting the delegations, so that we can compete during the 15th European Maccabi Games.