Péter Nagy (born 16 January in Komárom, Hungary) is a Hungarian weightlifter. He competed at the Summer Olympics in the +105 kg event. Nagy won a bronze medal in the +105 kg snatch at the European Weightlifting Championships and a gold medal at the Summer Universiade (he was second after the competition but received the gold when Mohamed Masoud was disqualified).
(born December 17, in Bratislava) is a Czechoslovak-Slovak slalom canoer who competed from the early 1990s to the early 2000s (decade). He won a bronze medal for Czechoslovakia in the K-1 team event at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in Tacen.
(born: Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1959) represents the top twenty Indian contemporary artists, he was trained and worked as an artist and gallery owner in the United States. Nagy worked as an artist and his artwork was exhibited throughout the United States and Europe during 1980s. He is co-founder of Gallery Nature Morte.