Gyarfas, a former Hungarian Swimming Federation president and current LEN treasurer, was detained in April in connection with the late 1990s murder of a Hungarian media rival.
Antonio Tajani, President of the European Parliament met the LEN Family at the federation’s annual congress held in Budapest and gave his firm support to a new program ‘Learn-to-Swim, Prevent Drowning’, presented by LEN President Paolo Barelli.
Tamas Gyarfas, the former president of the Hungarian Swimming Federation, has denied the allegations made against him that he ordered…
Former Hungarian Swimming Association president Tamas Gyarfas, arrested this week on suspicion of ordering the murder of a media rival…
Tamas Gyarfas, former president of the Hungarian Swimming Association and current member of the FINA Executive, has been arrested on suspicion of ordering the murder of a media rival in 1998.
The Hungarian Swimming Association (MUSZ) has elected its newest President, with Dr. Sándor Wladár now taking the reins.
Tamas Gyarfas, whose federation is hosting this summer’s World Championships, has been appointed to the FINA Executive.
Hear what Cornel Marculescu has to say regarding the World Cup Series changes.
The World Cup superstar and triple Olympic champion Katinka Hosszu has no qualms making her opinions of the new FINA changes known.
The general assembly of the Hungarian Swimming Association (MUSZ) has selected Gusztáv Bienerth as its new President. The previous man-in-charge had resigned, facing stout criticism from the nation’s top swimmers, such as Katinka Hosszu.
Of Hungarian Federation head Tamas Gyárfás’ resignation, multiple Olympic gold medalist Katinka Hosszu says, “Even the darkest night will end and the sun will rise.”
European Swimming’s governing body LEN (Ligue Européenne de Natation) president Paolo Barelli announced this week that the 2020 European Aquatics Championships will take…
A day after Olympic champ Katinka Hosszu publicly called for the resignation of Hungary’s swimming federation president, one of Hungary’s other iconic swimmers, Daniel Gyurta, weighed in on the controversy.
Hungarian National Team Head Coach, Laszlo Kiss, is back in his role, even though he initially resigned several days ago.
Saying the situation is “not about money”, Hungarian superstar Katinka Hosszu rips up Budapest 2017 promotion contract with Hungarian swimming federation to make a point about the Hungarian training environment.