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The festival was held between the 21st and 25th of January 2010. According to the one and half decade old tradition, artists from eighteen countries performed in two shows and three occasions in front of the audience and the jury. The event ended with a gala.

SHOW ”A”

1.         Henry – Clown 'drummer' (Venezuela)

2.         Hebei Acrobats – Unicycle (China)

3.         Roman Khapersky – Handbalance (Russia)

4.         Henry – Clown 'hatter' (Venezuela)

5.         Stina and Lotta – Rola bola (Finland)

6.         Kata Kiss – Hula hoop (Hungary)

7.         Henry – Clown 'spaghetti' (Venezuela)

8.         Sasha Poldi – Fix trapeze (Russia)

9.         Duo La Brise – Acrobatic adaggio (Ukraine)

10.       Professor Wacko – Comical trampoline (United Kingdom)

11.       Vladislav Goncharov – Lions (Ukraine)

12.       Francesco – Clown (France)

13.       Alex Traisi – Ring juggler (Italy)

14.       Sœurs Pillères – Comical trapeze (France)

15.       Pavel & Anastasia Voladas – Horizontal bars (Belarus)

16.       Barto – Comedian (Belgium)

17.       Quinterion – Acrobatic throwing act (Hungary)

18.       Francesco – Clown (France)

19.       Ayala – High wire (Venezuela)

SHOW ”B”

1.         Francesco – Clown "animation" (France)

2.         Darja – Cat-acrobatics (Latvia)

3.         Francesco – Clown "globe" (France)

4.         Tatiana Konobas – Fitness ball (Ukraine)

5.         Benelo – Ground acrobatics (France)

6.         Dustin Nicolodi „Coperlin” – Comical juggler (Italy)

7.         Francesco – Clown "ball player" (France)

8.         Charlotte de la Bretèque – Aerial multicord (Belgium)

9.         Vorobiev Group – Double swing act (Russia)

10.       Vladislav Goncharov – Lion act (Ukraine)

11.       Henry – Clown (Venezuela)

12.       Marina Garbuza – Aerial ring (Ukraine)

13.       Ivanovs – Jugglers on unicycle (Russia)

14.       Molly Saudek – Tighrope walker (USA)

15.       Loránt and Júlia – Straps (Hungary)

16.       Henry – Clown (Venezuela)

17.       Gábriel és Gábor – "love story" (Hungary)

18.       Duo Vanegas – Wheel of Death (Colombia)

Jury

Tihany (Francz Czeisler) - life-president of the jury, Honorable Director of Circus Tihany Spectacular, USA
Egidio Palmiri - President of the Italian Circus Director's Association, Director of Verona Circus Academy, Italy
Werner Buss - Creative and Development Director, GOP Variety Theatres, Germany
 
Fabrice Becker - Casting and Creative Director of Cirque du Soleil, Canada
 
László Endrész - director and producer of Blackpool Tower Circus, England
 
Mstislav Zapashny - Russian State Circus Company, General Director of Rosgocirk, Russia
 
Nikolay Kobzov - General Dircetor of Kobzov Circus Union, Germany
 
Oleg Izossimov - General Director of Art Vision Productions, Special Guest of the 2nd Budapest Circus Festival, Russia
 
Imre Baross - Art Leader and General Director of Pirates’ Dinner Adventure, Hungary

Hungarian Gala

The Hungarian gala was held on the 23rd of January 2010, Saturday, at 10:00 in the Capital Circus. The gala was 1 hours long with 15 minutes intermission.
 
1. Hunkun Dance - folk dance with spoons
 
2. Egy Hiján Trió - jugglers
 
3. Natália Demjén - aerial tissue
 
4. Gábor Stift and Gábor Hrisafis - slapstick
 
5. Edina and László - teeterboard
 
6. Murai Siblings - powerlifting act
 
7. Renátó - German wheels acrobatics
 
8. Kata Kiss - aerial net
 
9. Gábor Stift and Gábor Hrisafis - slapstick
 
10. Hungária Troupe - teeterboard
 
11. Asztorelli Junior - trampoline
 
12. Gábor Stift and Gábor Hrisafis - slapstick
 
13. Adrienn Fehérgyarmati - trapeze
 
14. Gábor Stift and Gábor Hrisafis - slapstick
 
15. Golden Pyramid - power lifting act
 
16. Betti - aerial rope
 
17. Olivér Zsilák - juggler
 
18. Ritmus Circus - dance acrobatics
 

Winners:

 Gold

Vladislav Goncharov

Ukraine

 

Vorobiev group

Russia

 Silver

Dustin Nicolodi „Coperlin”

Italy

 

Trió Ayala

Venezuela

 

Duo Vanegas

Columbia

 

Duo Ivanov

Russia

 Bronze

Molly Saudek

USA

 

Quinterion

Hungary

 

Pavel Voladas

Belarus

 

Roman Khapersky

Russia