Tibor Máté (born December 14, 1914, date of death unknown) was a Hungarian field handball player who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics. He was part of the Hungarian field handball team, which finished fourth in the Olympic tournament. He played two matches as goalkeeper.
Nagy is the most common Hungarian surname, meaning "great".
Hungary competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, from 13 to 29 August 2004. Hungarian athletes have competed at every Summer Olympic Games in the modern era, except the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, and the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles because of the Soviet boycott. The Hungarian Olympic Committee sent a total of 209 athletes to the Games, 119 men and 90 women, to compete in 20 sports. Water polo and handball were the only team-based sports in which Hungary had its representation in these Olympic Games. There was only a single competitor in road cycling and mountain biking.
The Hungary men's 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 and coach, widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time. He 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.
Hungarians are the second-largest ethnic group in Serbia. According to the 2022 census, there are 184,442 ethnic Hungarians composing 2.8% of the population of Serbia. The vast majority of them live in the northern autonomous province of Vojvodina, where they number 182,321 or 10% of the province's population, and almost 99% of all Hungarians in Serbia. Most Hungarians in Serbia are Roman Catholics by faith, while smaller numbers of them are Protestant. Hungarian is listed as one of the six official languages of the Vojvodina, an autonomous province that traditionally fosters multilingualism, multiculturalism and multiconfessionalism.
The Hungary national handball team is administered by the Hungarian Handball Federation.
Takács is a Hungarian language occupational surname. It comes from Hungarian "takács" ("weaver"), which is derived from Slavic *tъkačь. Spelling variants include Takacs, Takach, Takats, and Takac. Notable people with the surname include:
Százhalombattai KE is a team handball club from Százhalombatta, Hungary. Currently, it competes in the Hungarian Championship of Men's Handball.
Tibor Berczelly was a Hungarian sabre and foil fencer. He won three gold and two bronze medals at three Olympic Games.
Máté Lékai is a Hungarian handball player for Ferencvárosi TC and the Hungarian national team.
Gergő Iváncsik is a former Hungarian handballer who played for Telekom Veszprém and for the Hungarian national team. He retired from handball in 2017.
Tibor Oross was a Hungarian handball player. He participated at the 1988 Summer Olympics, where the Hungarian national team placed fourth.
The Hungarian Handball Federation is the national handball federation in Hungary.
Csurgói Kézilabda Klub is a Hungarian handball club from Csurgó, that plays in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I, the top level championship in Hungary.
Vladan Matić is a Serbian former handball player and current coach of Hungarian club Grundfos Tatabánya KC. He also holds Hungarian citizenship.
Tibor Kökény is a Hungarian psychologist and yoga teacher of Yoga in Daily Life System.
Máté is a surname of Hungarian origin.
Komlói Bányász Sport Klub is a Hungarian handball club from Komló, that plays in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I, the top level championship in Hungary.
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. He is of Hungarian ethnicity.
Tibor Ivanišević is a Serbian handball player for German club VfL Gummersbach and the Serbia national team.