Attila Vajda was born in 17 March 1983, Szeged. Attila Vajda is a Hungarian sprint canoer who competed in the early 2000s. Occurred in two Summer Olympics, he won two medals in the C-1 1000m event gold in 2008 Olympic Games and bronze in 2004 Olympics.
Vajda was European Junior Champion in 2000 he won the C-2 1000 meters Canadian title Demasz-Szeged teammate Marton Joob in Boulogne, France. In 2002 the couple took second place in the European Under-23 Championship in the Croatian capital Zagreb at the same event was convinced Vajda of Hungary Zoltan Angyal ability to coach, but did not take the decision to give him his senior international debut in 2002 or 2003. In 2004 Olympic Games is also keeping his cards close to his chest Angyal. The Hungarian team in the preseason, international regattas: the European Championships in Hungary Marton Joob C-1 races and Sandor Malomsoki. Angyal is shocked by his rival coach of the Vajda "secret weapon for the 2004 Summer Olympics in Armenia C-1 1000 m event. In his lead with a time of 3:57.290, Vajda qualified for the semifinals.
Since he is in second place, this time at 3:52.236, the promotion at a later date Vajda won the bronze medal behind Germany and Spain's David Cal, Andreas Dittmer, but beat 1996 champion Martin Doktor in a time of 3:49.025. Hungary is one of the few countries in the world where sprint canoeists have the status of the stars are known to the public and Vajda appeared suddenly in a new golden boy of Hungarian canoeing. His performances in 2005, suffered as a result of this diversion, he began the season overweight and does not make any major international races. In 2006 Olympic Games the national title won in all three distances, and in May won a top-class international field in Duisburg injury prevented him from doing that at the European Championships, but he decided the 2006 World Championships in his hometown Szeged skip: He recovered in to take the time C-1 1,000 m bronze medal behind surprise winner Everardo Cristobal Mexico and Germany Andreas Dittmer.
Vadja won the gold medal at the World Championship Duisburg: The 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, Vajda wear a black armband in tribute to his fallen teammate Gyorgy Kolonicz and its C-1 1000 m gold Kolonicz honor. He won the Hungarian Sportsman of the Year for his victory in Beijing. Vajda won the silver medal in the C-1 4 x 200-meter event in 2009 at Dartmouth. He also won a silver medal in the C-1 1000 meters at the 2010 championships.