Hungarian Sportspeople of the Year

  (Redirected from Hungarian Sportswoman of The Year)

Hungarian Sportspeople of the Year awards are granted each year since 1958, with categories for sportsmen, sportswomen, teams, coaches (since 1985) and presidents (since 1995).

List of winnersEdit

Year Sportsman of the Year Sportswoman of the Year Team of the Year
Athlete Sport Athlete Sport
1958 Imre Polyák   wrestling Zsuzsa Körmöczy   tennis Men's water polo team
1959 Rudolf Kárpáti   fencing Kornélia Méray   rowing Men's team épée
1960 Rudolf Kárpáti (2)   fencing Kornélia Méray (2)   rowing Men's modern pentathlon team
1961 György Gurics   wrestling Kornélia Méray (3)   rowing Men's water polo team
1962 Imre Polyák (2)   wrestling Márta Egerváry   swimming Men's water polo team
1963 Győző Veres   weightlifting Ildikó Rejtő   fencing Men's modern pentathlon team
1964 Ferenc Török   modern pentathlon Ildikó Rejtő (2)   fencing Men's football team
1965 Gyula Zsivótzky   hammer throw Jolán Kleiber-Kontsek   discus throw Women's handball team
1966 András Balczó   modern pentathlon Zsuzsa Nagy Szabó   athletics Men's modern pentathlon team
1967 István Kozma   wrestling Annamária Kovács Tóth   modern pentathlon Men's modern pentathlon team
1968 Gyula Zsivótzky (2)   hammer throw Angéla Németh   javelin throw Men's team épée
1969 András Balczó (2)   modern pentathlon Angéla Németh (2)   javelin throw Junior Men's modern pentathlon team
1970 Péter Kelemen   modern pentathlon Andrea Gyarmati   swimming Men's modern pentathlon team
1971 Csaba Hegedűs   wrestling Andrea Gyarmati (2)   swimming Men's team épée
1972 András Balczó (3)   modern pentathlon Andrea Gyarmati (3)   swimming Men's team épée
1973 Géza Csapó   canoe racing Ildikó Tordasi   fencing Men's water polo team
1974 Zoltán Magyar   artistic gymnastics Ilona Bruzsenyák   long jump Men's water polo team
1975 András Hargitay   swimming Mariann Ambrus   rowing Men's modern pentathlon team
1976 Miklós Németh   javelin throw Ildikó Tordasi (2)   fencing Men's water polo team
1977 Pál Gerevich   fencing Mariann Ambrus (2)   rowing Men's water polo team
1978 Zoltán Magyar (2)   artistic gymnastics Judit Magos   table tennis Men's chess team
1979 Tamás Wichmann   canoe racing Andrea Mátay   high jump Men's table tennis team
1980 Zoltán Magyar (3)   artistic gymnastics Magda Maros   fencing Ice dancing (Regőczy & Sallay)
1981 Sándor Wladár   swimming Éva Rakusz   canoe racing Men's team foil
1982 Jenő Pap   fencing Pálma Balogh   shooting Men's team foil
1983 György Guczoghy   artistic gymnastics Andrea Temesvári   tennis Men's modern pentathlon team
1984 Tamás Gáspár   wrestling Mária Ábrahám   bowling Men's equestrianism team
1985 Attila Mizsér   modern pentathlon Éva Fórián   shooting Men's football team
1986 Tamás Darnyi   swimming Csilla Bátorfi   table tennis Men's handball team
1987 Tamás Darnyi (2)   swimming Mariann Engrich   taekwondo Men's modern pentathlon team
1988 Tamás Darnyi (3)   swimming Krisztina Egerszegi   swimming Men's modern pentathlon team
1989 László Fábián   modern pentathlon Krisztina Egerszegi (2)   swimming Men's modern pentathlon team
1990 Tamás Darnyi (4)   swimming Krisztina Egerszegi (3)   swimming Women's chess team
1991 István Kovács   boxing Krisztina Egerszegi (4)   swimming Men's K-4 (Horváth, Kammerer, Storcz, Vereckei)
1992 Tamás Darnyi (5)   swimming Krisztina Egerszegi (5)   swimming Women's K-4 (Czigány, Dónusz, Kőbán, Mészáros)
1993 Antal Kovács   judo Krisztina Egerszegi (6)   swimming Men's water polo team
1994 Norbert Rózsa   swimming Rita Kőbán   canoe racing Women's water polo team
1995 Imre Pulai   canoe racing Rita Kőbán (2)   canoe racing Men's C-2 (Horváth & Kolonics)
1996 István Kovács (2)   boxing Krisztina Egerszegi (7)   swimming Men's C-2 (Horváth & Kolonics)
1997 Botond Storcz   canoe racing Ágnes Kovács   swimming Men's water polo team
1998 Tibor Gécsek   hammer throw Ágnes Kovács (2)   swimming Men's team épée
1999 Gábor Balogh   modern pentathlon Ágnes Kovács (3)   swimming Men's water polo team
2000 Szilveszter Csollány   artistic gymnastics Ágnes Kovács (4)   swimming Men's water polo team
2001 Gábor Balogh (2)   modern pentathlon Gyöngyi Likerecz   weightlifting Rowing, men's double sculls (Haller & Pető)
2002 Szilveszter Csollány (2)   artistic gymnastics Katalin Kovács   canoe racing Rowing, men's double sculls (Haller & Pető)
2003 Adrián Annus   hammer throw Katalin Kovács (2)   canoe racing Men's water polo team
2004 István Majoros   wrestling Natasa Janics   canoe racing Men's water polo team
2005 Ákos Braun   judo Zsuzsanna Vörös   modern pentathlon Women's K-2 (Janics & Kovács)
2006 László Cseh   swimming Tímea Nagy   fencing Women's K-2 (Janics & Kovács)
2007 Gábor Talmácsi   motorcycle racing Ágnes Szávay   tennis Men's team épée
2008 Attila Vajda   canoe racing Ildikó Mincza-Nébald   fencing Men's water polo team
2009 Dániel Gyurta   swimming Katinka Hosszú   swimming Men's U-20 football team
2010 Krisztián Berki   artistic gymnastics Natasa Janics (2)   canoe racing Women's K-2 (Janics & Kovács)
2011 Krisztián Berki (2)   artistic gymnastics Tamara Csipes   canoe racing Ferencvárosi TC (women's handball)
2012 Dániel Gyurta (2)   swimming Éva Risztov   swimming Men's K-2 (Dombi & Kökény)
2013 Dániel Gyurta (3)   swimming Katinka Hosszú (2)   swimming Men's water polo team
2014 Krisztián Berki (3)   artistic gymnastics Katinka Hosszú (3)   swimming Győri ETO KC (women's handball)
2015 László Cseh (2)   swimming Katinka Hosszú (4)   swimming Men's ice hockey team
2016 Áron Szilágyi   fencing Katinka Hosszú (5)   swimming Men's football team
2017 Balázs Baji   athletics Katinka Hosszú (6)   swimming Győri ETO KC (women's handball)
2018 Shaolin Sándor Liu   short track speed skating Danuta Kozák   canoe racing Győri ETO KC (women's handball)
2019 Kristóf Milák   swimming Katinka Hosszú (7)   swimming Ferencvárosi TC (men's water polo)

StatisticsEdit

Individual winners of three or more titlesEdit

Name Sport Number of titles
Krisztina Egerszegi swimming 7
Katinka Hosszú swimming 7
Tamás Darnyi swimming 5
Ágnes Kovács swimming 4
András Balczó modern pentathlon 3
Krisztián Berki artistic gymnastics 3
Andrea Gyarmati swimming 3
Dániel Gyurta swimming 3
Zoltán Magyar gymnastics 3
Kornélia Méray rowing 3

Breakdown of winners by sportEdit

Coach/President of the YearEdit

Year Coach of the Year President of the Year
Winner Sport Winner Sport
1985 György Mezey   football
1986 Tamás Széchy   swimming
1987 Tamás Széchy (2)   swimming
1988 Tamás Széchy (3)   swimming
1989 Ferenc Török   modern pentathlon
1990 Tamás Széchy (4)   swimming
1991 László Kiss   swimming
1992 László Kiss (2)   swimming
1993 László Kiss (3)   swimming
1994 Tamás Széchy (5)   swimming
1995 Róbert Ludasi   canoe racing Vilmos Vajda   canoe racing (MKKSZ)
1996 László Kiss (4)   swimming Tamás Széchy   swimming (MÚSZ)
1997 László Kiss (5)   swimming Imre Szántó   boxing (MÖSZ)
1998 Pál Németh   athletics Zoltán Angyal   canoe racing (MKKSZ)
1999 László Kiss (6)   swimming Dénes Kemény   Men's water polo
2000 Nándor Sári   canoe racing Dénes Kemény (2)   Men's water polo
2001 Katalin Rozsnyói   canoe racing Zoltán Angyal (2)   canoe racing (MKKSZ)
2002 Katalin Rozsnyói (2)   canoe racing Zoltán Angyal (3)   canoe racing (MKKSZ)
2003 Katalin Rozsnyói (3)   canoe racing Dénes Kemény (3)   Men's water polo
2004 Katalin Rozsnyói (4)   canoe racing Dénes Kemény (4)   Men's water polo
2005 Katalin Rozsnyói (5)   canoe racing Tamás Faragó   Women's water polo
2006 Katalin Rozsnyói (6)   canoe racing Zoltán Angyal (4)   canoe racing (MKKSZ)
2007 Zoltán Kuhárszky   tennis Zoltán Angyal (5)   canoe racing (MKKSZ)
2008 György Turi   swimming Dénes Kemény (5)   Men's water polo
2009 Lajos Mocsai   handball Sándor Egervári   Men's U-20 football
2010 István Kovács   artistic gymnastics László Kiss   swimming (MÚSZ)
2011 Ferenc Csipes   canoe racing Botond Storcz   canoe racing (MKKSZ)
2012 Sándor Széles   swimming Lajos Mocsai   Men's handball
2013 Shane Tusup   swimming Tibor Benedek   Men's water polo
2014 Shane Tusup (2)   swimming Botond Storcz (2)   canoe racing (MKKSZ)
2015 Pál Dárdai   football From 2015 merged with Coach of the Year awards.
2016 Shane Tusup (3)   swimming
2017 Shane Tusup (4)   swimming
2018 Ákos Bánhidi and
Lina Csang Csing
  short track speed skating
2019 Zsolt Varga   Men's water polo

External linksEdit