|Type||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Born||17 April 1892 in Budapest (HUN)|
|Died||10 June 1915 in Humenné (SVK)|
|Affiliations||Ferencvárosi TC, Budapest (HUN)|
Jenő Hégner-Tóth started his swimming and water polo career with MUE. At the 1908 Olympics, he was chosen to compete as a swimmer, but eventually did not take part. He moved to FTC in 1910, where he focused mostly on water polo. He was a member of the first Hungarian water polo team to compete at the Olympics, in 1912. Hégner-Tóth played three times for the Hungarian national team, and won the Hungarian Championship with FTC four times 1910-13. He had a great future ahead of him when he was enlisted in the Army in 1914, but sadly lost his life on the Northern battlefield.
|1908 Summer Olympics||Swimming (Aquatics)||100 metres Freestyle, Men||Olympic||DNS||Representing Hungary|
|400 metres Freestyle, Men||Olympic||DNS|
|1912 Summer Olympics||Water Polo (Aquatics)||Water Polo, Men||Olympic||Hungary||=5||Representing Hungary|
Date of birth also seen as 12 April 1894.