Hungarian capital Budapest has been awarded the rights to host the 2024 European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships.
The Hungarian Olympic Committee (HOC) has established a committee to look into the feasibility of staging the Olympics in capital Budapest in 2032.
The International Federation of Teqball (FITEQ) General Assembly approved the transfer of the governing body's official seat from Lausanne in Switzerland to Hungarian capital Budapest.
Hungary is set to host the Chess Olympiad for the first time in 2024 after Budapest was awarded the event at the International Chess Federation (FIDE) General Assembly.
Cali Condors maintain overnight advantage to record 104 point win in first match of International Swimming League
Cali Condors maintained their overnight advantage to win the first match of this year's International Swimming League (ISL) by an emphatic 104 points.
The International Swimming League (ISL) is set to return tomorrow with a revamped format and a five-week schedule in Budapest.
Two International Fencing Federation (FIE) Sabre World Cups and a FIE Épée Grand Prix are set to begin tomorrow, marking the start of a busy weekend of action in the sport.
The draw for the inaugural Fed Cup Tennis Finals was held in Budapest today, with defending champions France placed into Group A alongside Russia and hosts and automatic qualifiers Hungary.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between the International Judo Federation (IJF), the IJF Academy and the University of Physical Education of Budapest.
Hungarian University Sports Federation secretary-general Mózes Székely believes hosting the 2025 Summer Universiade would come at the right time for the country, with venues completed and anniversaries set to be marked.
Budapest has been announced as the host city for the third Teqball World Championships next month.
The International Basketball Federation (FIBA) 3x3 Universality Olympic Qualifying Tournament (UOQT) will take place in Budapest from April 24 to 26, it has been announced.
More than 600 wrestlers representing 60 countries are set to compete at the United World Wrestling Under-23 World Championships in Budapest.
Britain's Olympic 100 metres breaststroke champion Adam Peaty will make his International Swimming League debut in Budapest tomorrow, in a two-day meeting that will also feature three home world champions, including Katinka Hosszú.
Budapest is back in the picture to host the 2025 Summer Universiade, following Germany's failure to meet its September deadline to offer a designated city and government guarantees to the International University Sports Federation (FISU).