|Born||March 8, 1905
|Died||May 3, 1965 (aged 60)
Born in Budapest, he first competed at the Olympics in 1924. As a member of the Hungarian water polo team he finished seventh. He played all four matches and scored one goal.
Also he was part of the Hungarian water polo team which won the silver medal in 1928 and the gold medal 1936. In Amsterdam at the 1928 Summer Olympics he played all four matches and was the top scorer of the tournament with ten goals. Four years later in Los Angeles he played one match. He died in Budapest.
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