Our athletes will take your teambuilding events, trainings and workshops to the next level.
Invite them to join your event as speaker or chairman, to lead a kick off meeting or opening ceremony, for an interview or presentation to motivate your team. Our guest speakers are happy to support you within the following program types:
- Sports clinic
- Topic leader
- Openers, initiators
- Team building
- Partner event
- Match analysis
From the programmes above, we are focusing on:
- New limits
- Team perforamce
- Talent development
- Variety Management Principles
- Nutrition and Health
Dr. Barnabás Steinmetz
Barnabás Steinmetz (born October 6, 1975 in Budapest) is a Hungarian water polo player who played on the gold medal squads at the 2000 Summer Olympics and 2004 Summer Olympics. He is nicknamed Barney and Sema, and made his debut for the national team in 1993, at the an international tournament in Moscow, Russia. He is currently the player of Vasas SC.
- Republic of Hungary is a good student, a good sportsman (1993)
- Outstanding Youth Athlete Award (1995, 1996)
- The year of the Hungarian team member (1993, 2000)
- The Hungarian Republic, Officer’s Cross of the Order of Merit (2000)
- The Hungarian Cross of the Order of Merit (2004)
- Papp László Budapest Sports Award (2014)
Born in Slovakia, where in 1994 he earned a bronze medal at the junior World Championships and appeared in the adult national team. From 1993 until 2002, it featured 130 matches of the Slovak national team. The European championships was eighth in 1997, ninth in 1999. The 2000 Olympic Games in the twelfth, eleventh in the 2001 World Cup has been placed.
It was the Patriotic after Italian and Spanish Legionnaire’s reasoning. Then it came up the naturalization seriously. 2003 a Hungarian citizen. Hungarian colors earned the 2004 and 2008 Olympics gold medal. He was a member of the 2003 world championship team in 2005 won World Cup silver medal.
Highest level of education MSc Sports Management Faculty of Physical Education and Sport and the Corvinus University of Budapest Semmelweis University, Faculty of joint training. Currently PhD student at the Semmelweis University.
In December 2012 he applied for the Hungarian Water Polo Association President of, but hard Dénes was inferior to. At the same time four years has been a board member of the Hungarian Water Polo Association. in January 2013 , Tibor Benedek next to head coach was the Hungarian national team goalkeeper coach.
In April 2014 announced the end of the season, players will finish his career.
- The Hungarian Republic, Officer’s Cross of the Order of Merit (2004)
- Best player in the Hungarian championship playoffs (2005)
- The Hungarian Cross of the Order of Merit (2008)
- National Defence (Class I) (2008)
Rudolf Dombi ( Budapest , 1986 . November 9 -) Hungarian Olympic and European champion kayaker . Újpest TE competitor.
In 2004, the Youth European Championship bronze medal. In 2008, the first 1000 meters was second in the U23 European Championship four 500 meters. Q4 2009 was 200 meters haramadik the European Championship. The finale has not been changer. The U23 European Championship won a gold and a silver medal. The World Championships was sixth in the transmission gearbox.
The 2010 European Championship second twin 200 meters (four thousand meters Bee Stephen ) was third. The World Cup finals and four of them have not reached 11. K2 200 at the center did not finish the race. The following year the European Championships was third K2 1000mBlackthorn Roland . The World Championships was sixth on the same term. In 2012 they became the first European Championship, then in August – again 1000m – won a gold medal at the Olympics.
2013 5 Kökénnyel a pair of 1,000 meters in the European Championships . From June 2014 Blackthorn has not competed on the same boat with Roland.
February 2015 was the UTE driver.
Kornél Dávid is a retired Hungarian professional basketball player. He was the only Hungarian to play in the NBA. He has played for four teams between 1998 and 2001.
Dávid grew up with the Budapesti Honvéd juniors squad and made his debut with Budapest Honvéd during the 1987–88 season. He was signed for the 1988–89 by Malév SC and played there also the 1989–90 season. In the 1990–91 season, he went back to Budapesti Honvéd and played there until the 1993–94 championship. In 1994, Albacomp (Székesfehérvár) recruited Dávid and was his team up to the 1996–97 championship season.
Dávid was signed by the Chicago Bulls on October 1, 1997 and waived on October 28. He then spent the next part of the 1997-98 season with the Rockford Lightning in the CBA but was released on December 1997. He later moved back to Hungary, signed for the remainder of the season by Albacomp Székesfehérvár, winning the 1997-98 Hungarian National Championship in the process. He would also spend part of the next season with Albacomp Székesfehérvár.
On 21 January 1999, Dávid was signed as a free agent by Chicago Bulls and was waived on January 2000. A few days later, he signed to the first of two consecutive 10-day contracts with the Cleveland Cavaliers, after which he moved back to Hungary on February signed for the remainder of the season by Albacomp Székesfehérvár. Again Dávid would bring accolades by leading the Albacomp Székesfehérvár to the 2000 Hungarian National Cup. Next, Dávid signed as free agent by Toronto Raptors on August 2000 and was then traded to Detroit Pistons on February 2001.
Dávid played 109 NBA games, starting 11, averaging 5.0 points and 2.8 rebounds per game.
He moved to France for the 2001-02 season, signed on November, by Strasbourg IG. Later, Dávid moved to BC Žalgiris of Lithuania for the 2002-03 season, and promptly captured the Lithuanian National Championship.
He went to Spain for the 2003-04 season, donning jersey number 18 for TAU Cerámica. Dávid played a decisive role in the team’s first Final Four appearance. He averaged 10.3 points and 4.2 rebounds in the regular season, but his numbers went up to 14.5 points and 5.3 rebounds in the Top 16, helping Tau to reach the playoffs. In October 2010 he was appointed as the Director of International Scouting at the Phoenix Suns.
In December 2012, Kornél Dávid became the president of the Hungarian club Alba Fehérvár.
Dr. Gergely Kiss
Three times Olympic gold medal winner played a leading role in the Hungarian water polo team. Olympic 3x 1st place (Sydney, Athens, Peking), World Championship 1st place (2003), 2x 2nd place (1998,2005), World Cup: 1st place (1999), 2nd place (2002, 2006), 3rd place (1997)
Antal Kovacs ( Paks , 1972 . May 28 -) Olympic and world champion in judo competitors economist.
Paks Nuclear Power Plant SE driver was. Coach Laszlo weirdo. Bela Toth coaching educator and Laszlo weirdo. Adult weight class as a driver – was 95 kg weight category after the changes -. 100 kg competed in judo . 6 dan ranks in Hungary first Olympic and World champion in the sport of judo. 1992 at the age of twenty in the Olympics won.
- Hungary’s first Olympic champion in the sport (Barcelona, 1992)
- Olympic V (Atlanta, 1996)
- World champion in the sport of Hungary (Hamilton, 1993)
- World Championship II. (Munich, 2001)
- European Championship II. (Bucharest, 2004)
- II European Championship team. (Debrecen, 2005)
- 5x European Championship III. (Paris, 1992; Athens, 1993, Maribor, 2002; Düsseldorf, 2003; Budapest, 2004)
- European Championship V (Birmingham, 1995)
- Grand Prix II. (2001)
- World Masters III. (2002)
- The 2x Super-World Cup I (Paris, 2001; Moscow, 2003)
- 2x world champion University (Prague, 1998, in Malaga, 2000)
- University World Championship III. (Münster, 1994)
- I (Japan, 1994) Soriki Cup
- I (Korea, 1990), Song Yong Cup
- 6x Hungarian champion (1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2003)
- Hungarian championship III. (1991)
- V Hungarian Championship (1991)
- Paks Honorary Citizen (1992)
- The Cross of the Hungarian Republic’s Order of small (1992)
- The Hungarian cselgáncsozója years (1992, 1993, 2001, 2003)
- Best Male Athlete of Tolna (1992, 1993, 1998)
- Hungarian Sportsman of the Year (1993)
- Cselgáncsozója European of the Year (1993)
- The Hungarian Judo Association Gold medal (2009)
Katalin Kovács (born 29 February 1976 in Budapest) is a Hungarian sprint canoer who has competed since 1997. Competing in three Summer Olympics, she won eight medals with three golds (K-2 500 m: 2004, 2008, K-4 500 m: 2012) and five silvers (K-2 500 m: 2000, 2012, K-4 500 m: 2000, 2004, 2008).
Kovács also won a record 40 medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships including 31 golds (K-1 500 m: 2002, 2003, 2007, 2009; K-1 1000 m: 2002, 2003, 2007, 2009; K-2 200 m: 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011; K-2 500 m: 2005, 2006; K-2 1000 m: 2005, 2006; K-4 200 m:1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2006; K-4 500 m: 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011; K-4 1000 m: 2006), six silvers (K-1 1000 m: 2010, K-4 200 m: 2007, 2009, K-4 500 m: 1997, 1998, 2007), and three bronzes (K-1 500 m: 2001, K-1 1000 m: 1999, K-2 500 m: 1999).
She was elected Hungarian Sportswoman of the Year in 2002 and 2003. Together with Natasa Dusev-Janics she earned the title Hungarian Sportsteam of the year in 2005, 2006 and 2010
Áron Szilágyi (born 14 January 1990) is a Hungarian sabre fencer.
Szilágyi began fencing at age nine at Vasas SC in Budapest, which remains his club as to 2013.His first coach was György Gerevich, whom he considers as his personal hero alongside with György’s father, seven-time Olympic champion Aladár Gerevich. Szilágyi made his international debut in 2007 at the 2007 World Fencing Championships in Saint-Petersburg as member of the Hungarian men’s sabre team which earned the gold medal.
He competed in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, finishing 15th in the individual event and 7th in the team event. He earned team bronze in the 2009 World Fencing Championships in Antalya, and placed third in the individual event of the 2011 European Fencing Championships in Sheffield. The only Hungarian to qualify at the 2012 London Olympics, he won the individual sabre event, bringing his country the first gold medal of the games.
Szilágyi featured on the official poster and video campaign of the 2013 World Fencing Championships held in his home city, Budapest. He was defeated in the semi-finals by Russia’s Nikolay Kovalev and took the bronze medal together with Tiberiu Dolniceanu of Romania. In the team event, Hungary was eliminated in the table of 8 by Romania and finished 7th.
Szilágyi studies international relations at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest.
Attila Vajda (born 17 March 1983) is a Hungarian sprint canoer who has competed since the early 2000s. Competing in three Summer Olympics (04, 08, 12) he has won two medals in the C-1 1000 m event with a gold in 2008 and a bronze in 2004.
Vajda was a European junior champion in 2000, winning the Canadian canoe C-2 1000 m title with Démász-Szeged team-mate Márton Joób inBoulogne, France. In 2002 the pair came second at the European under-23 championships in Zagreb, Croatia in the same event.
Hungarian coach Zoltán Angyal was confident of Vajda’s ability but took the decision not to give him his senior international debut in 2002 or 2003. In 2004, Angyal was still keeping his cards close to his chest. The Hungarian team did not take part in the early season international regattas: at the European Championships Hungary was represented in the C-1 races by Márton Joób and Sándor Malomsoki. Angyal then shocked his rival coaches by selecting Vajda as his “secret weapon” for the 2004 Summer Olympics in the C-1 1000 m event.
In his initial heat with a time of 3:57.290, Vajda qualified for the semifinals. There, he placed second, this time at 3:52.236, advancing to the final round. Vajda won a bronze in the event behind Spain’s David Cal and Germany’s Andreas Dittmer, but beat out 1996 Olympic champion Martin Doktor with a time of 3:49.025.
Hungary is one of the few countries in the world where sprint canoers have the status of stars known to the general public and Vajda suddenly found himself the new “golden boy” of Hungarian canoeing. His performances in 2005 suffered as a result of these distractions; he started the season overweight and failed to make the podium in any major international race.
In 2006 he won the national title over all three distances and, in May, beat a top-class international field at Duisburg. Injury prevented him from appearing at the European championships, but he was determined not to miss the 2006 World Championships, held in his hometown of Szeged. He recovered in time to take the C-1 1000 m bronze medal behind surprise winnerEverardo Cristóbal of Mexico and Germany’s Andreas Dittmer. Vadja won the gold medal in the same event at the following world championships in Duisburg.
At the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, Vajda wore a black armband in dedication to his fallen teammate György Kolonics and dedicated his C-1 1000 m gold in Kolonics’ honor. He would win the Hungarian Sportsman of The Year for his Beijing win.
Vajda won a silver in the C-1 4 x 200 m event at the 2009 championships in Dartmouth. He also won a silver in the C-1 1000 m at the 2010 championships.
Born in 6 May 1986, Budapest. A sea kayak who has traveled the world’s waters from South America to Chile, from Norway to Nepal. Now he has undertaken a huge task: to row circle Europe! Starting from Budapest on the Danube, after it go through the Black and Mediterranean Sea, across the Atlantic coast, beyond the Arctic Circle, to the northernmost corner of Norway. 25,000 kilometers at sea. Alone. The official website of the project:kajakkaleuropakorul.hu.
Zsolt Erdei (Bird) is a Hungarian professional boxer who fights in the light heavyweight division. He is a former undefeated lineal and WBO light heavyweight champion, and a former WBC cruiserweight champion. Erdei is also the first Hungarian to win a world title in two weight divisions.
212 victory. in his career. Best match held on 25 October 1997, he fought against Ariel Hernández in Budapest. Professional career began on 6 November 2000, Universum Box-Promotion as a professional rider. Throughout five years he was the WBO light heavyweight world champion and became the WBC cruiser weight world champion. On 8 March 2014 he won against Georgian Salva Dzsomardasvili , took the WBO European championship and then announced his retirement.
The sport since the age of 6 is part of my everyday life. After the ballet and modern dance, I deal with competitive athletics for several years in Békéscsaba. From the runway lured wiled into the world of fitness. In 2007, I went for the first time Fit- Kid competition, which was a good experience. When I started studying law in Budapest, I was immediately gone to the fitness athlete role models: Dorothy Nemeth. I joined the team and started YourBody YourBrand excellent preparation for the tournament. In 2012 spring racing season I stood first on stage Model Physique category. A special pleasure for me to have such a successful fitness champion I can learn, could not have been achieved without the same results! By the training and low-studies in my spare time studying foreign languages and I spend my free time with my family.
My name is Ádám Hegyi and sport has been part of my life for 20 years since I started playing ice-hockey when I was 7. I am a multiple Hungarian and World Champion in the junior ages. I am a 4x MOL League winner and Hungarian Cup winner. I could play more than 50 games for the Hungarian National Team, and played at 3 World Championships (2010 Ljubljana, 2011 Budapest, and 2012 Ljubljana). We earned 2 silver and bronze medals at the World Championships. Since 2016 I have been trying to help athletes not only on the field but also outside, first of all, I’m training hard-hitting. I also deal with personal training, but I actively play ice hockey in Újpest. From the season 2016, I was given the opportunity for the DUE-Maarsk adult women’s water polo team to prepare players of the national team physically. Among others, I worked with Greta Gurisatti, Krisztina Garda and Katona Menczinger. I always strive for the maximum and whom I work with that is only the minimum that I expect from them.
I am Gréta Gurisatti, 20 years old selection of water polo team. I started my sports career with scuba diving in 2002. I have earned a lot of Hungarian Championship wins and I keep some of the national records even today. I loved this sport, but unfortunately the scuba diving is not an Olympic sport, and having an Olympic gold medal has always been my dream. I started played water polo in 2008 for the request of Attila Mihók, who is my coach since then. Since I have started playing water polo I am doing everything for being an Olympic Champion. This is my main aim! I am ready to do everything for my aim, that’s why I started extra physical conditioning trainings with the ice-hockey player Ádám Hegyi. I got a lot of feedbacks, that not accidental how my life goes. I believe that my dream will come true! My outstanding results: Junior Hungarian Champion (2014), Hungarian Cup Winner (2013), Hungarian Championship silver medallist (2013, 2015), Youth Europe Championship silver medallist (2012, Chelyabinsk) Youth World Championship silver medallist (2012, Perth), Junior World Championship bronze medallist (2014, Madrid), Youth and Junior World and Europe Championship top scorer (2014, Madrid, Rome)