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|Number of starts:||22|
|Number of wins:||15|
|Hobbies||Sailing, motor sport, skiing, hunting, music. (lazarlovaspark.hu, 2016)|
|Memorable sporting achievement||
- Pair driving individual world champion (1997 Riesenbeck, GER).
- Four-in-hand driving individual world champion (2004 Kecskemét, HUN).
- Five times pair driving team champion (1999 Kecskemét, HUN, 2001 Riesenbeck, GER, 2003 Jardy, FRA, 2013 Topolcianky, SK; 2015 Fábiánsebetyén, HUN).
- Four-in-hand driving team world champion (2004 Kecskemét, HUN
- Two times individual pair driving world championship, silver medal (1999. Kecskemét, HUN; 2015 Fábiánsebestyén, HUN).
- Two times pair driving individual bronze medal (2009 Kecskemét, HUN, 2013 Topolcianky, SK).
- Pair driving team silver medal (2009. Kecskemét, HUN).
- Four-in-hand driving, team, bronze medal (2008 Beesd, the NED).
- Individual and team four-in-hand driving european championship bronze medal (2013. Izsák HUN).
- One of his outstanding international success is the team victory and second place in the individual race at the largest Equestrian competition of the world in Aachen, GER in 2004.
- Six times four-in-hand hungarian champion (2004, 2007, 2008., 2010, 2011, 2013) and three times pair hungarian champion (1996.,1999., 2003).
- Two times winner of pair (1995., 2009.) and four times winner of the four-in-hand (2006., 2008., 2010., 2012.) Hungarian Derby.
|Awards and honours||
He was presented with the Hungarian Republic Presidential medal in 1999 and 2003. (lazarlovaspark.hu, 2016)
He has been presented with the Count Istvan Szechenyi Memorial Medal during his career, the highest honour for a Hungarian equestrian athlete. He has also been given the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic, and named Hungarian Equestrian Sportsman of the Year on six occasions. (lazarlovaspark.hu, 2016)
|Famous relatives||His brother Zoltan has represented Hungary in equestrian driving. He won bronze in the team event at the 2014 World Equestrian Games [WEG] in Normandy, France. (SportsDeskOnline, 11 Sep 2017; m4sport.hu, 04 Apr 2017)|
|Gold medal - First place||Gold medal - First place|
|Silver medal - Second place||Silver medal - Second place|
|Bronze medal - Third place||Bronze medal - Third place|
|FEI World Equestrian Games™|
|Gold medal - First Place|
|Silver medal - Second place|
|Bronze medal - Third place|