|Born||1 February 1940|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (183 cm)|
|Weight||77 kg (170 lb)|
Tibor Lendvai (born 1 February 1940) is a former Hungarian cyclist. He competed in the 1000m time trial and the men's tandem events at the 1968 Summer Olympics.
Hungary competed at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland. 189 competitors, 162 men and 27 women, took part in 107 events in 15 sports.
The Hungary national basketball team represents Hungary in international basketball tournaments. It is governed by the Hungarian Basketball Federation (MKOSZ).
Tibor Benedek was a Hungarian water polo player, who played on the gold medal squads at the 2000 Summer Olympics, 2004 Summer Olympics and 2008 Summer Olympics. Benedek also competed at the 1992 and 1996 Summer Olympics, where the Hungarian team placed 6th and 4th, respectively. He was a member of team Domino-Honvéd.
Hungary competed at the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, United States. 58 competitors, 56 men and 2 women, took part in 39 events in 11 sports.
Tibor Gécsek is a retired male hammer thrower from Hungary. Gécsek is of Hungarian Slovenian descent.
The Kingdom of Hungary competed at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, Germany. 216 competitors, 197 men and 19 women, took part in 104 events in 21 sports.
Hungary competed at the 1948 Summer Olympics in Wembley Park, London, England. 128 competitors, 107 men and 21 women, took part in 76 events in 15 sports.
Hungary competed at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico. 167 competitors, 135 men and 32 women, took part in 116 events in 15 sports.
Tibor Zsíros was a Hungarian basketball player who competed in the 1948 Summer Olympics, the 1952 Summer Olympics and the 1960 Summer Olympics.
Paul Lendvai is a Hungarian-born journalist who became an Austrian citizen. He moved to Austria in 1957, and is working as an author and journalist.
The Hungary men's national water polo team represents Hungary in international men's water polo competitions and is controlled by the Hungarian Water Polo Association. They are considered the world's top power in the history of water polo, having won 15 Olympic, 11 World Championship, 10 FINA World Cup, 8 FINA World League, 24 European Championship and 16 Summer Universiade medals in total of 84.
Tibor Helyi is a Hungarian sprint canoer who competed from the 1980s. He won four medals in the K-4 10000 m event at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships with a gold (1985), a silver (1987) and two bronzes.
Budapest Gypsy Symphony Orchestra is a Hungarian symphony orchestra of Romani (Gypsy) musicians. It emphasizes works by composers inspired by Hungarian folk and urban music including Franz Liszt, Johannes Brahms, Vittorio Monti, Piotr Tchaïkovski, Johann Strauss and Johann Strauss II. The orchestra has been performing for 30 years as a classical symphony orchestra.
Tibor Berczelly was a Hungarian fencer. He won three gold and two bronze medals at three Olympic Games.
Tibor Peto is a Hungarian rower. Together with Ákos Haller he finished 5th in the men's double sculls at the 2000 Summer Olympics.
The State Department Store is a 1953 Hungarian musical comedy film directed by Viktor Gertler and starring Miklós Gábor, Kálmán Latabár and Kamill Feleki. The film is set in and around a Budapest department store, whose employees are battling against black marketeers.
Tibor Csernai was a Hungarian footballer who competed at the 1964 Summer Olympics. He was part of the gold medal winning team. His brother is Pál Csernai.
Tibor Linka is a Slovak sprint canoer who competes in the four-man (K-4) events. He won a gold medal at the 2015 World Championships and a silver medal at the 2016 Olympics. Earlier in 2014 he was named Athlete of the Year in his native town of Šamorín.
Tibor Badari was a Hungarian boxer. He competed at the 1968 Summer Olympics and the 1976 Summer Olympics. At the 1976 Summer Olympics, he defeated Gizaw Asefa of Ethiopia, via a walk-over, before losing to Davey Armstrong of the United States.
Lendvai is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
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