20 February 1911|
|Died||2 January 1940
|Olympic medal record|
|1932 Los Angeles||Flyweight|
In 1932 he won the gold medal in the Flyweight class after winning the final against Francisco Cabañas. He won twice the gold medal at the 1930 European Amateur Boxing Championships and 1934 European Amateur Boxing Championships, both in Budapest, respectively in the flyweight and bantamweight classes. He was born in and died in Budapest.
István was the elder brother of Vilmos Énekes.
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