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László Felkai

Olympic medal record
Men's Water Polo
Gold 1964 Tokyo Team competition
Bronze 1960 Rome Team competition
Bronze 1968 Mexico City Team competition

László Felkai (1 March 1941 – 10 April 2014)[1] was a Hungarian water polo player and breaststroke swimmer who competed in the 1960 Summer Olympics, in the 1964 Summer Olympics, and in the 1968 Summer Olympics.

He was born in Budapest.

Felkai was part of the Hungarian water polo team which won the bronze medal in the 1960 tournament. He played three matches and scored four goals. He also participated in the 200 metre breaststroke competition but was eliminated in the first round.

Four years later he was a member of the Hungarian team which won the gold medal in the 1964 Olympic tournament. He played all six matches and scored six goals.

At the 1968 Games he won his second bronze medal with the Hungarian team. He played all eight matches and scored 24 goals.

References

  1. ^ Gyász: elhunyt a tokiói bajnok pólócsapat gólvágója (Hungarian)

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