|Men's canoe sprint|
|2004 Athens||C-2 1000 m|
|2008 Beijing||C-2 1000 m|
|2001 Poznań||C-4 200 m|
|2001 Poznań||C-4 1000 m|
|2003 Gainesville||C-4 200 m|
|2006 Szeged||C-2 1000 m|
|2007 Dusiburg||C-2 500 m|
|2001 Poznań||C-4 500 m|
|2005 Zagreb||C-2 500 m|
|1999 Milan||C-4 1000 m|
|2003 Gainesville||C-2 1000 m|
|2005 Zagreb||C-2 1000 m|
|2006 Szeged||C-2 500 m|
György Kozmann (born March 23, 1978 in Szekszárd) is a Hungarian sprint canoeist who competed since the late 1990s. Competing in two Summer Olympics, he won two bronze medals in the C-2 1000 m event, earning them in 2004 and 2008.
He has also won eleven medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships with five golds (C-2 500 m: 2007, C-2 1000 m: 2006, C-4 200 m: 2001, 2003, C-4 1000 m: 2001), two silvers (C-2 500 m: 2005, C-4 500 m: 2001), and four bronzes (C-2 500 m: 2006, C-2 1000 m: 2003, 2005; C-4 1000 m: 1999). From 2003 until 2008, he was the C-2 partner of György Kolonics.
In the European championships Kozmann has been a gold medalist four times - C-4 500 m (2002), C-4 1000 m (2000 and 2002) and C-2 500 m (2004).
After the death of Kolonics only weeks prior the 2008 Olympics to where the pair qualified for both the C-2 500 m and the C-2 1000 m events, Kozmann initially refused to take part in the games, but eventually changed his mind after consulting with his coach, friends and Kolonics's friends. He competed in the C-2 1000 m event with Tamás Kiss, and the pair finished on the third place in the C-2 1000 m final. He later received a Fair Play prize for this from the Hungarian Olympic Committee.
- ICF medalists for Olympic and World Championships – Part 1: flatwater (now sprint): 1936–2007 at WebCite (archived 2009-01-21). Additional archives: Wayback Machine (archived 2010-01-05).
- ICF medalists for Olympic and World Championships – Part 2: rest of flatwater (now sprint) and remaining canoeing disciplines: 1936–2007 at WebCite (archived 2009-11-09)
- Sports-reference.com profile
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