All six of Hungary's medals at the Olympic Winter Games have been won in figure skating. In 1932 Emilia Rotter and Laszlo Szollas won their nation's first medal, bronze in the pairs event. Four years later in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, they repeated their bronze medal-winning performance.
In 1948 Andrea Kekessy and Ede Kiraly placed second in the pairs event. In 1952 siblings Marianna Nagy and Laszlo Nagy claimed bronze in the pairs, and then repeated their performance in the 1956 Games in Cortina d'Ampezzo.
There was a long break before Hungary again figured in the medal tally when ice dancers Krisztina Regoczy and Andras Sallay won silver at the 1980 Lake Placid Games.
Title: Himnusz [Hymn]
Creators: Words by Ferenc Kolcsey. Music by Ferenc Erkel.
Founding date: 1895
IOC recognition date: 1895
NOC president's name: Zsolt Borkai
NOC general secretary’s name: Bence Szabo
IOC member’s name: Pal Schmitt [entry in the IOC: 1983]
Participation in Olympic Games
Year of the first appearance: 1924Medals per sport
Number of appearances: 22 [Sochi included]
Medals per year
-: Medals for the Figure Skating and Ice Hockey events at the 1908 and 1920 Olympic Summer Games have been included in the tables