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Csilla Bátorfi

Csilla Bátorfi (born March 3, 1969 in Szombathely) is a Hungarian table tennis player.[1] She competed at five consecutive Olympic Games from 1988 (when the sport first appeared at the Games) to 2004. She won several titles in European Championships.[2]

She is the first female table tennis player to compete at five Olympics. Six men share this honor with her: Swede Jörgen Persson, Croatian Zoran Primorac, Belgian Jean-Michel Saive, Serbian-American Ilija Lupulesku, Swede Jan-Ove Waldner, and German Jörg Roßkopf.

She was named Hungarian Sportswoman of The Year in 1986 after becoming European champion the same year.

See also


  1. ^ "Olympic Results". Sports Reference. Retrieved 30 December 2010. 
  2. ^ "BATORFI Csilla (HUN)". ITTF Statistics. ITTF. Retrieved 30 December 2010. 
Preceded by
Éva Fórián
Hungarian Sportswoman of The Year
Succeeded by
Mariann Engrich
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