|Competitor for Hungary|
|1972 Munich||Light Flyweight|
|European Amateur Championships|
|1969 Bucharest||Light Flyweight|
|1971 Madrid||Light Flyweight|
|1975 Katowice||Light Flyweight|
György Gedó (born April 23, 1949) is a former Hungarian boxer.
Gedó was born in Újpest, Budapest, Hungary. He won the gold medal in the light flyweight division (– 48 kg) at the 1972 Summer Olympics. In the final he defeated Kim U-Gil of North Korea on points (5:0).
He competed in four consecutive Summer Olympics for his native country, starting in 1968.
1968 (as a Light flyweight)
- Lost to Joseph Donovan (Australia) TKO 2
1972 (as a Light flyweight)
- Defeated Sripirom Surapong (Thailand) TKO 3
- Defeated Dennis Talbot (Australia) 5–0
- Defeated Vladimir Ivanov (Soviet Union) 3–2
- Defeated Ralph Evans (Great Britain) 5–0
- Defeated Kim U-Gil (North Korea) 5–0
1976 (as a Light flyweight)
- Defeated Saeid Bashiri (Iran) KO 2
- Defeated Serdamba Batsuk (Mongolia) 5–0
- Lost to Payao Poontarat (Thailand) 1–4
1980 (as a Light flyweight)
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