Hungarian medalists
Aladár Gerevich (1910-1991) • Aladár Gerevich was a fencer from Hungary, regarded as "the   greatest Olympic swordsman eve...
Pál Kovács (1912-1995)     • Pál Kovács was a Hungarian Olympic fencer, who began as a       hurdler, but eventually switc...
Rudolf Kárpáti (1920-1999)     • Rudolf Kárpáti was a fencer from Hungary, who won six gold       medals in sabre at four ...
Ágnes Keleti (1920-) • Ágnes Keleti is a retired Hungarian artistic gymnast. The   winner of 10 Olympic medals including f...
Krisztina Egerszegi (1974-)     • Krisztina Egerszegi is a Hungarian former world record holding       swimmer and one of ...
Győző Kulcsár (1940-)     • Győző Kulcsár is a Hungarian fencer and Olympic champion.     • He received a gold medal in th...
Tamás Darnyi (1967-) • Tamás Darnyi is a Hungarian retired male swimmer. He is   considered by many to be one of the great...
Jenő Fuchs (1882-1955)• Dr. Jenő Fuchs was  a Hungarian Olympic champion sabre fencer.• In 25 individual matches during hi...
András Balczó (1938-)     • András Balczó is a Hungarian modern pentathlete and       Olympic champion. Balczó was elected...
Dezső Gyarmati (1927-)     • Dezső Gyarmati is a former Hungarian water polo player and       three times Olympic champion...
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Hungarian medalists

  1. 1. Hungarian medalists
  2. 2. Aladár Gerevich (1910-1991) • Aladár Gerevich was a fencer from Hungary, regarded as "the greatest Olympic swordsman ever". He won medals in sabre in six Olympics. Olympic Games1. Gold 1932 Los Angeles Sabre team2. Gold 1936 Berlin Sabre team3. Bronze 1936 Berlin Sabre individual4. Gold 1948 London Sabre team5. Gold 1948 London Sabre individual6. Gold 1952 Helsinki Sabre team7. Silver 1952 Helsinki Sabre individual8. Bronze 1952 Helsinki Foil team9. Gold 1956 Melbourne Sabre team10. Gold 1960 Rome Sabre team
  3. 3. Pál Kovács (1912-1995) • Pál Kovács was a Hungarian Olympic fencer, who began as a hurdler, but eventually switched to fencing. • By the time Kovács won his first gold, in 1936. Olympic Games1. Gold 1936 Berlin Team sabre2. Gold 1948 London Team sabre3. Gold 1952 Helsinki Team sabre4. Gold 1952 Helsinki Individual sabre5. Gold 1956 Melbourne Team sabre6. Gold 1960 Rome Team sabre7. Bronze 1948 London Individual sabre
  4. 4. Rudolf Kárpáti (1920-1999) • Rudolf Kárpáti was a fencer from Hungary, who won six gold medals in sabre at four Olympic Games. He also won three silver and two bronze medals at the World Championships. Olympic Games1. Gold 1948 London Sabre team2. Gold 1952 Helsinki Sabre team3. Gold 1956 Melbourne Sabre team4. Gold 1956 Melbourne Sabre individual5. Gold 1960 Rome Sabre individual6. Gold 1960 Rome Sabre team
  5. 5. Ágnes Keleti (1920-) • Ágnes Keleti is a retired Hungarian artistic gymnast. The winner of 10 Olympic medals including five gold medals. • She was the most successful athletes at the 1956 Summer Olympics. Olympic Games1. Gold 1952 Helsinki Floor exercise2. Gold 1956 Melbourne Uneven bars3. Gold 1956 Melbourne Balance beam4. Gold 1956 Melbourne Floor exercise5. Gold 1956 Melbourne Team, portable apparatus6. Silver 1952 Helsinki Team competition7. Silver 1956 Melbourne All-around8. Silver 1956 Melbourne Team competition9. Bronze 1952 Helsinki Uneven bars10. Bronze 1952 Helsinki Team, portable apparatus
  6. 6. Krisztina Egerszegi (1974-) • Krisztina Egerszegi is a Hungarian former world record holding swimmer and one of the greatest Hungarian Olympic champions. She is a three time Olympian and five time Olympic champion. Olympic Games1. Gold 1988 Seoul 200 m backstroke2. Gold 1992 Barcelona 100 m backstroke3. Gold 1992 Barcelona 200 m backstroke4. Gold 1992 Barcelona 400 m medley5. Gold 1996 Atlanta 200 m backstroke6. Silver 1988 Seoul 100 m backstroke7. Bronze 1996 Atlanta 400 m medley
  7. 7. Győző Kulcsár (1940-) • Győző Kulcsár is a Hungarian fencer and Olympic champion. • He received a gold medal in the épée individual event at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. He won Olympic gold medals with the Hungarian team in 1964, 1968 and 1972. Olympic Games1. Gold 1964 Tokyo Épée Team2. Gold 1968 Mexico City Épée Individual3. Gold 1968 Mexico City Épée Team4. Gold 1972 Munich Épée Team5. Bronze 1972 Munich Épée Individual6. Bronze 1976 Montreal Épée Individual
  8. 8. Tamás Darnyi (1967-) • Tamás Darnyi is a Hungarian retired male swimmer. He is considered by many to be one of the greatest medley swimmers in history. He won four gold medals at two Olympic Games. He is the first swimmer ever to swim the 200 m medley in less than 2 minutes. Olympic Games1. Gold 1988 Seoul 200 m indiv. medley2. Gold 1988 Seoul 400 m indiv. medley3. Gold 1992 Barcelona 200 m indiv. medley4. Gold 1992 Barcelona 400 m indiv. medley
  9. 9. Jenő Fuchs (1882-1955)• Dr. Jenő Fuchs was a Hungarian Olympic champion sabre fencer.• In 25 individual matches during his Olympic career, Fuchs’ record was: 22 wins, 2 losses, and 1 draw. Olympic Games1. Gold 1908 London Sabre individual2. Gold 1908 London Sabre team3. Gold 1912 Stockholm Sabre individual4. Gold 1912 Stockholm Sabre team
  10. 10. András Balczó (1938-) • András Balczó is a Hungarian modern pentathlete and Olympic champion. Balczó was elected Hungarian Sportsman of the Year 1966, 1969 and 1972. Olympic Games1. Gold 1960 Rome Team2. Gold 1968 Mexico City Team3. Gold 1972 Munich Individual4. Silver 1968 Mexico City Individual5. Silver 1972 Munich Team
  11. 11. Dezső Gyarmati (1927-) • Dezső Gyarmati is a former Hungarian water polo player and three times Olympic champion, and also a former coach of the Hungarian national water polo team. Gyarmati is the most successful water polo player in the Olympic history, and is considered the greatest water polo player of all time. Olympic Games1. Gold 1952 Helsinki Team Competition2. Gold 1956 Melbourne Team Competition3. Gold 1964 Tokyo Team Competition4. Silver 1948 London Team Competition5. Bronze 1960 Rome Team Competition

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