Hungary at the 2014 Winter Olympics
|Hungary at the|
2014 Winter Olympics
|NOC||Hungarian Olympic Committee|
|Competitors||16 in 5 sports|
Bernadett Heidum (opening)|
Szandra Lajtos (closing)
|Winter Olympics appearances (overview)|
|Other related appearances|
|1906 Intercalated Games|
According to the quota allocation released on 20 January 2014, Hungary had three athletes in qualification position. Edit Miklós's 7th place finish in the women's downhill set a new record as the highest placing alpine skiing at the Winter Olympics for the country. As for Anna Berecz, she was remarked for being one of the few, along Tina Maze and Macarena Simari Birkner, to complete all the five races in which she competed.
|Athlete||Event||Run 1||Run 2||Total|
|Norbert Farkas||Men's giant slalom||1:29.77||55||1:31.56||50||3:01.33||50|
|Anna Berecz||Women's combined||1:50.28||33||58.41||21||2:48.69||21|
|Women's giant slalom||1:26.96||53||1:27.09||48||2:54.05||48|
|Edit Miklós||Women's combined||1:44.32||13||57.29||19||2:41.61||16|
|Women's giant slalom||1:23.89||36||1:21.92||32||2:45.81||33|
Hungary received two reallocation quota spots in biathlon.
|Károly Gombos||Men's sprint||28:04.3||1 (0+1)||79|
|Men's individual||1:05:16.7||8 (0+4+1+3)||88|
|Emőke Szőcs||Women's sprint||24:15.4||2 (0+2)||70|
|Women's individual||18:28:00||6 (1+1+1+3)||70|
|Milan Szabó||Men's 15 km classical||47:01.3||+8:31.6||78|
|Ágnes Simon||Women's 10 km classical||38:36.7||+10:18.9||69|
|Milan Szabó||Men's sprint||3:59.68||73||Did not advance|
|Ágnes Simon||Women's sprint||3:04.72||66||Did not advance|
Short track speed skating
Hungary qualified 5 women and 3 men for the Olympics during World Cup 3 and 4 in November 2013.
|Bence Béres||1000 m||1:27.735||4||Did not advance||26|
|1500 m||2:20.327||6||N/A||Did not advance||33|
|Viktor Knoch||500 m||42.261||2 Q||42.043||3||Did not advance||12|
|1000 m||1:25.426||2 Q||1:25.673||5||Did not advance||18|
|1500 m||2:47.714||6||N/A||Did not advance||34|
|Sándor Liu Shaolin||500 m||41.683||3||Did not advance||18|
|1000 m||1:35.935||3 ADV||1:24.966||4||Did not advance||16|
|1500 m||2:14.055||4||N/A||Did not advance||20|
|Bernadett Heidum||1000 m||PEN||Did not advance|
|1500 m||2:21.826||2 Q||N/A||2:20.196||3 FB||2:26.004||9|
|Andrea Keszler||500 m||45.215||4||Did not advance||28|
|Zsófia Kónya||1500 m||2:55.523||5||N/A||Did not advance||30|
|3000 m relay||N/A||4:15.473||4 FB||4:24.496||6|
Qualification legend: ADV – Advanced due to being impeded by another skater; FA – Qualify to medal round; FB – Qualify to consolation round
Based on the results from the fall World Cups during the 2013–14 ISU Speed Skating World Cup season, Hungary earned the following start quota:
|Konrád Nagy||1500 m||1:48.12||26|
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