Final IPSC Hungary 2020

  The English Speaking Union’s International Public Speaking Competition 2020 HUNGARY FINAL 2020 Theme for Hungary Final: “Think globally, act locally” The Organisers The organiser of events for the International ESU in Hungary is the chairman, Steve Jones (steve@singlish.hu). Information on the ESU can be obtained on the website www.singlish.hu. The organiser …

Events and Financing IPSC Hungary 2019

 Raising money for the Hungary IPSC 2019       Kindergarten Event – Wednesday 10th April 2019    Ékszer English Club (Budapest IV. Ugró Gyula u. 5.) with Süveges Anikó and Némedi Kinga spent the afternoon at the HQ of  the International ESU in Hungary. Steve began with an introduction to Scottish National …

Final IPSC Hungary 2019

  The English Speaking Union’s International Public Speaking Competition 2019  HUNGARY FINAL 2019 The venue school, BGSZC Szent István Közgazdasági Szakgimnáziuma és Kollégiuma, on Mester utca, recently celebrated 130 years with considerable history and some very famous students such as Sir Alexander Korda (the 1930s film producer), Vitéz Olivér Halassy …

Final IPSC Hungary 2018

                    Pictures above (courtesy of Máté Vuray): Kiraly Marton and HMA Iain Lindsay  The winner was Kiraly Marton from Budapest and the runner up was Schallinger Zorka, also from Budapest. The other four finalists were Vitalis Benjamin (Szolnok), Horvath Adam Bence (Sarospatak), Feher Anna (Nyiregyhaza) and …

IPSC 2017

The London Final 2017 – Australia wins! The seven finalists of the competition in London (16th May 2017) were Owen David Thomas Torrey, from Canada (“To wage war with peace”), Marcelo Martin del Campo Tena from Mexico (“The Demon on our Doorstep”) Junaid Hameed from England and Wales (“ Spoils …

Report on IPSC 2016

Photo left to right: Jobbagy Ilona (judge – juniors), Lasancz Eszter (2012 winner), Edmund Dudley (judge – seniors), Rácz Zsófia (2016 3rd), Bába Kitti Klaudia (2016 winner), Radvánszki Ronett (2016 2nd), Dezsényi Balázs (2013 winner), Kallai Zoltan (2014 winner), Birta Alíz (2015 winner). The winner of the Hungary Final, Bába …

IPSC 2015

Berta Aliz the winner of the Hungary Final won through into the semi finals (18 out of the 50 participating) and narrowly missed being selected for the final (6 finalists). For the last two years our entrants have reached the semi finals, something which they had not been able to …

IPSC 2014

Hungary’s representative, Kallai Zoltan, wins through to the semi-final but not the Final Our representative in London, Kallai Zoltan, does better than any Hungarian has in the past by winning through to the semi finals, the last 18 out of 40,000 participants worldwide. Unfortunately he was unable to win through …