Tibor Nagy may refer to:
Tibor Nagy is a Hungarian sprint canoer who competed in the early to mid-1970s. He won a gold medal in the K-4 10000 m at the 1973 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Tampere.
Tibor Nagy is a Hungarian football player who currently plays for Diósgyőr.
Tibor Peter Nagy Jr. is the United States Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. He is a former American foreign service officer who served as the American ambassador to Guinea and to Ethiopia. After retiring from the Foreign Service, Nagy served as Vice Provost for International Affairs at Texas Tech University, from which he graduated in 1972. He also holds a master's degree from The George Washington University.
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Nagy is the most common Hungarian surname, meaning "great".
The Hungarian national basketball team had its best years in between the 1940s and the 1960s, when it won several medals at the continental stage and qualified for the Summer Olympics on four out of five occasions. Hungary qualified for the EuroBasket 2017, its first qualification in almost 18 years. There, it recorded its first EuroBasket victory in 48 years.
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.
László Nagy may refer to:
Hungary competed at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan. 182 competitors, 150 men and 32 women, took part in 111 events in 17 sports.
FC Tatabánya is a Hungarian football club based in Tatabánya. They play their home games at Stadion Gyula Grosics.
Molnár is a Hungarian surname meaning "miller". The word might be a loanword from Slavic "mlynar" with the same meaning however most likely derived from the old Germanic "Mulinari".
Tibor Nyilasi is a retired Hungarian football player and manager. He signed with Ferencvaros in 1972 and played there until transferring to Austria Vienna in 1983. For the Hungarian National Football Team he made 70 appearances from 1975 to 1985, scoring 32 goals. He played in the 1978 FIFA World Cup and the 1982 FIFA World Cup. After he retired as a player he was manager of Ferencvaros. He has more recently also worked for the Hungarian Football Federation and is regularly appearing as a pundit on the Hungarian sports channel 'Sport TV'.
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. The name may refer to:
Rudas is a Hungarian word and surname, literally meaning "of rúd, pole-horse with carriage, wagon" :
Fazekas is a Hungarian language surname meaning potter. Notable people with the surname include:
OFC Russel Gabčíkovo is a Slovak football team, based in the town of Gabčíkovo. The club was founded in 1923. In February 2013, the club was renamed OFK Russel Gabčíkovo, due to the club's new sponsor.
Ervin is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Gergely is a Hungarian given name and surname meaning Gregory and Gregory (surname), it may refer to:
Péter Nagy may refer to:
Benko, Benkó or Benkö, Benkő may refer to:
Bodor is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Ádám Nagy is a Hungarian professional football player who plays as a midfielder for Bologna and the Hungary national team.
Gergő is a given name. Notable people with the name include: