PM Orbán: A new era begins in Hungarian-Russian relations

Thursday, January 31, 2013

The Hungarian delegation led by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán arrived in Moscow Thursday around noon. The Hungarian delegation includes among others, Minister for National Economy György Matolcsy, Minister of National Development Németh Lászlóné, Minister without Portfolio Mihály Varga, the Prime Minister's State Secretary of Foreign Affairs Péter Szijjártó and Foreign Economic Relations and President and Chief Executive Officer of MVM Hungarian Power Companies Ltd., Csaba Baji.

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Software developer György Nagy has been sentenced to one and a half years probation for denying the holocaust

The first ever criminal conviction was handed down for holocaust denial in Hungary. Yesterday, the court of appeals affirmed the lower court decision and sentenced software developer György Nagy one and a half years probation for denying the holocaust.

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American “advisers” stirring up anti-government sentiments among university students

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Information obtained by “Magyar Nemzet” confirmed (what everybody suspected already) that the University Students Network (Hallgatói Hálózat) has been advised by “community organizers” from the United States.

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Video: Gypsies demolishing the once popular shopping center in Pécs

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

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Globalist agent Gordon Bajnai and his movement condemn Jobbik referendum proposal

Globalist agent Gordon Bajnai and his movement called (Együtt Tettük Tönkre az Országot 2014” are outraged about Jobbik plan to hold a referendum on sanctioning the families of violent offenders.

According to the plan, welfare families whose children commit violent crimes should be cut off from social assistance.

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Cops were beaten up by gypsy mob in Kenderes

Monday, January 28, 2013

On January 24, police officers stopped a vehicle in Kenderes to check the identity of the driver who is suspected of drunk driving. Three of the four occupants of the car refused to hand over their identity cards to the officers; the gypsies shouted obscenities and insulting words to the officers and threatened them with violence, then, they sped away from the scene.

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Interview: China to pursue renminbi internationalization on market-oriented basis: central bank vice governor

Sunday, January 27, 2013

DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan. 27 (Xinhua) -- China is determined to pursue the internationalization of the renminbi on a market-oriented basis, and will closely watch the spillover effects of Japan's ultra-loose monetary policy, Yi Gang, a vice governor of China's central bank, told Xinhua.

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The long awaited day has arrived, darkness descended upon the Colosseum in Rome

The lights of the Colosseum has been ceremoniously turned off at 8 pm today reporting N1 TV from Rome.

Apparently, several Finnish tourists were disappointed about switching off the lights because they wanted to see the monument fully lit up reporting N1 TV.

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A diaszpóra figyelmébe: Egy gárdista édesanya gyermeke gyógykezelésére gyűjt

Az Új Magyar Gárda Békés Megyei Gróf Tisza István Századának egy bajtársnője kér segítséget, kisgyermeke gyógykezelésére. Mindössze 5 db kezelésre van szükség, ami alkalmanként 150 000 ft.

Akár 500 ft (US$ 3) segítség is elegendő fejenként.

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Gypsies collected welfare in both Canada and Hungary

Jobbik received confidential information indicting that gypsies that the Canadian government is about to repatriate will receive extra benefits upon arrival in Hungry.

The extra benefits include free furniture, free health care, free prescription drugs, housing allowance, education allowance, and even business start-up assistance.

This is a proof that in certain regions of our country an internationally sponsored population exchange has been taking place.

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Live broadcast: Gábor Vona's State of the Nation Address 2013

Saturday, January 26, 2013

The President of Jobbik, Gábor Vona held his annual State of the Nation Address in front of 2,500 invited guests in the ninth district “Sportház Sport és Rendezvénycsarnok”. The entire speech has been recorded on video; those who missed the live broadcast earlier can watch it now.

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The winner of the first Pongrátz Gergely Merit Award is anthropologist Zsolt András Bíró

Friday, January 25, 2013

The Jobbik party foundation awarded anthropologist Zsolt András Bíró with the first Pongrátz Gergely Merit Award for his anthropological and genetic research on Hungarians and their ancestors and for his exemplary work on the historical perspective of early Hungarians announced Jobbik vice-president Levente Murányi Friday morning.

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Pop Star Tina Turner becomes Swiss citizen

American pop star Tina Turner who moved in the Alpine country in the middle of the 1990s becomes Swiss citizen.

"I am happy and I feel at home in Switzerland. I can't imagine a better place to live," - said the singer in an interview with Switzerland's Blick magazine on Friday. The Zurich-Zeitung was informed that pop diva Tina Turner has already passed her citizenship test.

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PM Viktor Orbán to visit Moscow

Thursday, January 24, 2013

At the invitation of Russian President Vladimir Putin, PM Viktor Orbán makes a one-day working visit to Moscow on January 31 announced Péter Szijjártó, the State Secretary of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations in Budapest on Thursday.

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Rome to switch off lights of Colosseum as a sign of protest against Jobbik anti-Semitic policies

The struggle against anti-Semitism intensifies.

At the International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27, the lights of Colosseum will be switched off as a sign of protest against Jobbik anti-Semitic policies announced Rome City Hall Wednesday.

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The Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly rejects Italian MEP Fiamma Nirenstein's motion

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

The Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly rejected Italian MEP Fiamma Nirenstein's motion that called for the exclusion of Jobbik MP Tamas Gaudi-Nagy and Golden Dawn MP Eleni Zaroulia from the European body. Nirenstein argued that the two representatives are racist and entertain anti-semitic sentiments.

The committee announced that the two MPs mandate can't be challenged because both were elected by democratic procedures and therefore, they have the rights to participate in the Assembly's work. The Commission also pointed out that political differences of opinion should be clarified through democratic discussions rather than exclusion.

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Jews and gypsies demonstrate against Márton Gyöngyösi's Székesfehérvár forum

About 70-80 people with yellow stars on their coats demonstrated against Márton Gyöngyösi's Székesfehérvár forum Tuesday evening.

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A monstrous experiment: Scientists seek woman to give birth to Neanderthal child

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

A Harvard scientist has started searching for the woman, who would agree to give birth to a Neanderthal child. The woman will be used to test the abilities of modern science to clone a caveman.

American geneticist George Church shared his thoughts of the unusual project with Germany's Der Spiegel. He said that he was almost ready to clone a Neanderthal, but he needed a woman for the project, who could bear and deliver the unusual baby.

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Sign Petition for Szekely Land Autonomy in Romania


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Iran, Russia sign MoU to increase security cooperation

Iran's Interior Minister Mostafa Mohammad-Najjar

The Islamic Republic of Iran and Russia have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to increase security cooperation between the two countries.

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Patriot György Budaházy has become a victim of gypsy crime

Monday, January 21, 2013

György Budaházy whom the Gyurcsany regime kept in jail for more than 2 years on fabricated charges today, became a victim of gypsy crime.

Budaházy just informed his friends of the incident on forum. Around 6 pm., while he was working on his computer in the living room and his wife cooking supper in the kitchen, a gypsy criminal slipped into his house through the front door and took Budaházy's winter coat and other clothing items.

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Russia shows the way by banning gay propaganda

Violators of the new Russian legislation have to pay up to sixteen thousand dollars cash penalty for homosexual propaganda after the Duma adopts the amendment of the criminal code in January. The adaption of the new legislation is supported by the Kremlin and the Russian Orthodox Church; the legislation bans gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender propaganda nationwide -- St. Petersburg and other Russian cities already adopted a similar law in 2006.

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Italian MP Fiamma Nirenstein challenges the inclusion of representatives of Jobbik and Golden Dawn in European body

Italian MP Fiamma Nirenstein

Italian MP Fiamma Nirenstein challenged the admission of representatives of Jobbik and Golden Dawn in the Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly accusing foremost human rights activist Tamás Gaudi-Nagy and Golden Dawn MP Eleni Zaroulia with racism and anti-Semitism.

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Russia starts major naval drills in Mediterranean Sea amid Syria crisis

Sunday, January 20, 2013

Russian Black fleet ships take part in a Russian military Navy Day parade near an important navy base in the Ukrainian town of Sevastopol, on July 31, 2011.

Russia has launched its largest naval exercises in decades in the Mediterranean and Black Seas near the territorial waters of Syria amid the ongoing crisis in the Arab country.

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Young Hungarian athletes won 14 medals at Australian Youth Olympic Festival in Sydney

The Hungarian Olympic Team collected 6 gold, 1 silver and 7 bronze medals at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival in Sydney that hosted 1700 athletes from 30 nations competing in 17 disciplines.

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Introducing 'Jobbik'

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Picture of the day: Canadian ad campaign kicked off in Miskolc

Saturday, January 19, 2013

The first Canadian billboards went up in Miskolc informing gypsies about the new Canadian immigration policy. The ad says: if the refugee claimant doesn't meet the criteria for refugee status he will be returned to his country of origin in a short time.


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Janis Joplin would have turned 70 today

Janis Lyn Joplin (January 19, 1943 – October 4, 1970) was an American singer-songwriter. Joplin was well known for her performing abilities, and her fans referred to her stage presence as "electric". At the height of her career, she was known as "The Queen of Rock and Roll" as well as "The Queen of Psychedelic Soul," and became known as Pearl amongst her friends. She was also a painter, dancer and music arranger. Rolling Stone magazine ranked Joplin number 46 on its list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time in 2004,[1] and number 28 on its 2008 list of 100 Greatest Singers of All Time. She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995. She died on October 19, 1970 from drug overdose.

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This is what happens when a twenty-year old country searching for its identity

Friday, January 18, 2013

"Slovakia - a small country with great musical tradition," was the title of the classical music event organized by the Slovak Embassy in Athens at the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Slovakian state. So far so good, however the funny thing about the event was that several Hungarian composers like Béla Bartók and Ferenc Liszt have been presented to Greek audiences as Slovakian composers. In addition, the organizers of the event said that Brahms' Hungarian Dances were mistakenly called Hungarian because the musical piece is closer to gypsy tradition than Hungarian culture.

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The globalist parties are desperate, they are organizing a “hunger march”


The globalist parties are mobilizing their victims in Miskolc and several other cities around the country and organizing a "hunger march" that expected to leave Miskolc February 4 and arrive in Budapest at the start of the parliament spring session February 11. The main force behind the march is the Socialist party that is while in power raised national debt to near bankruptcy and suckered hundreds of thousands of naïve people into fraudulent mortgage schemes by conspiring with banksters.

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This is How They Train The Malian Army

Thursday, January 17, 2013

They're fucked!

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Soviet trained turncoat Lajos Bokros slandering Hungary in the Financial Times

If you want to read the rant of this moral degenerate go here. Isn't it ironic that the Soviet trained accountant accusing Fidesz with Marxist tendencies? In Soviet times not everybody could study in the Soviet Union -- only top-notch ass-kissers like Bokros. And certainly, he didn't disappoint his handlers. In Rostov, he learned an invaluable lesson: how to serve your boss' regardless of his affiliations. Bokros knows the secret -- masters come and go, but the lackey is eternal.


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Youth groups protest against Attila Mesterhazy Kolozsvár visit

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

The socialist vampire arrived in Kolozsvár, Erdély at the invitation of his Romanian host, the RMDSZ (RMDSZ calls itself a Hungarian ethnic party, but the truth is that the party made up mostly by ex-Bolsheviks who under the Ceausescu regime regularly spied on their fellow citizens). Demonstrators blocked the entrance of the building where Mesterhazy scheduled to hold a speech.

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Canadian ad campaign outraged Miskolc mayor Ákos Kriza

Canadian Embassy launched a four-week radio and billboard campaign in Miskolc, to advise Gypsies about the stricter rules in Canada immigration policy.

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February 2013 cover of Swimming World, featuring swimming star Katinka Hosszú

Tuesday, January 15, 2013


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Multi-talented World Women Muay Thai Champion Daniella Éltető goes from amateur to pro

The Tokaj teen who has already won world championship titles in five disciplines is scheduled to step into the ring this year in Netherlands, Switzerland, Turkey and Germany and expected to fight her fist professional match in the K-1 European Championship women category.

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Mental case Ferenc Gyurcsany and his followers demonstrate at Fidesz headquarters

Monday, January 14, 2013

Hundreds of Gyurcsany followers gathered at Fidesz headquarters Sunday afternoon to condemn journalist Zsolt Bayer and demand his removal from the party due to an article he has written in “Magyar Hirlap” about gypsy crime.

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Swimmer Zsuzsanna Jakabos received a deadline until the end of January to sign a contract with Debrecen Sports Centre

Sunday, January 13, 2013

European Champion Swimmer Zsuzsanna Jakabos received a deadline until the end of January to sign a contract with Debrecen Sport Centre or find another club said the head of Debrecen Sports Centre Mihály Orendi.

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Dániel Gyurta hands over a copy of his Olympic gold medal to Alexander Dale Oen's family

Dániel Gyurta's gesture to give a copy of his Olympic gold medal to his late friend Alexander Dale Oen's family attracted a great deal of attention all over Norway.

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Criminals dressed up as Orthodox Jews robbed jewelry story in Prague


A bizarre robbery resembling to a movie plot occurred in late December in the Czech capital. Robbers dressed up as Orthodox Jews robbed a jewelry store in Prague's most expensive shopping district.

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Jobbik demonstration against gypsy crime in Szigethalom [Photo report]

Saturday, January 12, 2013

In response to the New Year's Eve shocking lynching attempt in Szigethalom by gypsy criminals hundreds of worried citizens demonstrated against increasing gypsy crime and demanded measures against violence and deteriorating public security.

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A 2. Magyar Hadsereg emlékére[Kötelező minden nemzeti érzésű olvasónak]


Ismét itt vagyunk! Emlékezünk! Emlékezünk, mert az idő már oldotta a fájdalmat, a személyes szeretetet. A felnövekvő, egymást váltó generációkban már csak a tett tisztelete erősíti az emlékezet gyökerét.

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Jobbik rejects government's plan to build Gypsy City Center in Miskolc

Jobbik rejects government's plan to build a Gypsy City Center in Miskolc's most beautiful place, near the university without asking the opinion of the residents of the city said MP Zsolt Egyed. The Roma Center is nothing more than a new Europe-wide Gypsy entertainment district (a red light district?), which will attract more gypsy criminals to the town and causes home prices to fall said Egyed.

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Heidi Loke, Katrine Lunde Haraldsen, Eduarda Amorim and Adrienn Orbán signed up for two more years with Győr Audi ETO

Friday, January 11, 2013

Photo: MTI

Győr Audi ETO handball club announced that it reached a two year agreement with Heidi Loke, Katrine Lunde Haraldsen, Eduarda Amorim and Adrienn Orbán.

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The Jewish Chronicle Affair: Smear Campaign Method Revealed

They make up a bogus story, then come to our country to find "evidence". We live in Orwell's world.

Attila Mesterházy, the leader of the Socialists, who are now supported by Ron Werber, the eminent Israeli representative of hate campaigns, and his fellow MP, Pál Steiner reported Jobbik MP Márton Gyöngyösi to the police for - as they put it - "denying the crimes committed by the national socialist regime".

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Krisztina Morvai's warning: The “Bajnai-Gyurcsany-Mesterházy” gang plans to re-introduce totalitarian dictatorship

MEP Krisztina Morvai warned the Hungarian people on Thursday that the real aim of the "Bajnai-Gyurcsany-Mesterházy” gang is to introduce a totalitarian dictatorship and police state in the country.

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The Gyurcsany-Bajnai-Mesterhazy gang demonstrates at Fidesz headquarters on Sunday

Thursday, January 10, 2013

The forces of disinformation and misdirection demonstrate at Fidesz headquarters on Sunday to demand the immediate removal of journalist Zsolt Bayer from the party. The reason is an article that Bayer published in “Magyar Hirlap” (a mainstream media outlet) in the wake of a gypsy lynching attempt at New Year's Eve in a pub in Szigethalom that almost claimed the life of two junior athletes.

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Even the ceiling of the bedroom was covered by blood – another brutal gypsy attack in Ózd

The Crime Scene

Late Monday night gypsy criminals broke into the house of two elderly brothers and assaulted them with extreme brutality. In the assault a 71 year old man died on the scene, his brother is still in critical condition in hospital.

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Swat team arrests gypsy crime family in Piliscsaba

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Metal theft and loansharking are the charges against a gypsy crime family that a swat team arrested in a nighttime raid sometime this weak. Police took custody of five men including a 38 year old father and his 17 and 18 year old sons.

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Huge demonstration is planned near the Puskás Ferenc stadium during the Hungary vs Romania football match

Jobbik help organizing a demonstration near the Puskás Ferenc football stadium and called upon all fans to come to the place and watch the game on a screen set up outside of the stadium said Jobbik President Gábor Vona yesterday.

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FIFA: Hungary vs Romania world cap qualifier without spectators

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

As a result of a complaint by several Jewish groups, the International Football Association (FIFA) disciplinary committee severely punished the Hungarian Football Federation by ordering the Hungarian national team to play its world cap qualifier against Romania in an empty stadium. In addition, the Hungarian Football Federation has to pay 40 thousand Swiss francs due to a series of incidents during the August 15th friendly match against Israel; a group of Hungarian fans turned their backs on the field while the Israeli national anthem was played, chanted anti-Israeli slogans, raised offensive symbols and displayed Iranian flags during the match says FIFA officials.

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A simple memory game to learn Rovas cript

Good news for those who would like to learn the ancient Hungarian writing system, the Rovas script.

There is a simple but effective memory game that you can install on your computer and start learning the Rovas script right away.

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Előd Tóásó got married in prison

Előd Tóásó married in La Paz, San Pedro prison in November after two years of courtship reporting EFE Spanish news agency. Tóásó was arrested by a swat team in La Paz, Bolivia in 2009 and accused of plotting against Bolivia President Evo Morales with 38 other people. In the incident, Hungarian-Croatian-Bolivian citizen Eduardo Rozsa Flores, Árpád Magyarosi from Szováta, Erdély, and Irish citizen Michael Martin Dwyer were killed.

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Swedish propaganda film demonizing Jobbik and patriotic Hungarians

Monday, January 7, 2013

Swedish TV screened an anti-Hungarian propaganda film demonizing Jobbik and patriotic Hungarians that are making tremendous efforts to take the country back from foreign interests groups.

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Bayer Zsolt: Ki ne legyen?


„kinek legyen hobbija a népi magyar hagyomány,
kinek jusson másfél bála angolpólya-adomány,
kinek bocskor, rámás csizma, cifra mente, kacagány,
kinek jusson, mér’ is jutna, szar se jusson, ha cigány”

Ez a négy sor Erdős Virág Na most akkor című remek verséből való. Ezt pedig Balogh Gábor írta tegnap a Jobbegyenesen:

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It's always amusing to see globalists fall flat on their faces

The globalist opposition and a civilian group, which included the “Gyurcsanyist” party, the socialist party and the Environment, Youth and Child Welfare group held a referendum in Gyömrő during the weekend to force the local government to change the name of a park that renamed as Horthy park this summer. The anti-Hungarian parties and their flunkies collected enough signatures that allowed them to hold a referendum and ask residents of Gyömrő the following question: "Do you agree that no public place in Gyömrő should be named after a controversial historical personality like Miklos Horthy?"

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FINA: Female Athlete of the Year in OPEN WATER SWIMMING Éva Risztov

Saturday, January 5, 2013

For the third consecutive time, FINA selected the female and male Athletes of the Year in its five aquatic disciplines. In the female Open Water Swimming category Hungarian athlete Éva Risztov won the prestigious prize after collecting the votes from the 202 National Member Federations, media and aquatic experts.

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