Alexandra Bujdosó contests since 1995. Training is the Koblenzerin by her father Imre Bujdosó. Your first major international appearance was in 2005 at the Junior World Championships in Linz, where she was 23. Bujdosó took first time in 2006 at the World Championships in Turin and took part in both the individual as well as with the team to eighth place. At the European Championships in Izmir she finished sixth with the team and also eighth in singles. The Junior World Championships, she finished by winning the silver medal. A year later Bujdosó reached at the World Championships in St. Petersburg, ranked 39th in singles at the European Championships in Ghent she was ranked eight with the team and 38 in singles. At the Junior World Championships, she won the 2008 bronze after she was beaten in the semifinals until the later winner Olga Charlan. Best result at a Grand Prix is currently in third place in 2007 in TIANJIAN.
Bujdosó was 2005/ 06, 2007/ 08 and 2008/ 09, the first of the German ranking in saber fencing. At the national level, she won the 2005 Single Championships bronze medal. In 2006 she won the first individual title and also was runner-up with their club team Königsbacher SC Koblenz. 2007 won the student of the elite school Koblenz both in single as well as with the team bronze. 2008 it was with the team in fourth place, but won the singles title again and qualified for the 2008 Olympic Games. However, where she retired after a comfortable victory over the Canadian Julie Cloutier in the first round in round two against the Chinese Tan Xue virtually no chance of. They also won the 2008 by 2004 ( Youth B ), 2005 (A- Youth) and 2007 her fourth title at the German Junior Championships. Only in 2006 they had to settle for third place. 2009 and 2011 she again won the German Championships in singles. 2012 at the Olympic Games 2012 in London Bujdosó difference in an individual in the first round against Sabina Mikina with 13:15 and finished in 20th place.
She is sporting a soldier ( rank Staff Sergeant ) in the sports promotion group of the Bundeswehr in Mainz.