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Janos KONRAD

Hungary
TeamHungary
SwimmingSwimming
Olympic Medals
1G
2B
Games Participations3
First Olympic GamesRome 1960
Year of Birth1941

Biography

János Konrád was capped 123 times with the Hungarian water polo team between 1959-73. He won an Olympic gold in 1964, Olympic bronzes in 1960 and 1968 and European titles in 1962. He also won two golds (1963, 1965), a silver (1959) and a bronze (1961) at the Universiade. At the club level, Konrád started water polo with the Budapesti Vasutas Sport Club in 1956 and from 1964-70 played with Budapesti Honvéd. He finished his career by playing with Vasas Izzó from 1970-75 and Orvosegyetem Sport Club in 1975-76. Konrád never won a Hungarian title, winning one silver (1967) and four bronzes (1958, 1965, 1968, 1976) at the Hungarian championships.

After finishing his sporting career, Konrád worked as a water polo coach. He was head coach of Orvosegyetem SC from 1976-80, the Kuwaiti national team from 1981-83, the Hungarian national women’s team from 1985-90, and the Hungarian national men’s team from 1990-92. Beginning in the 1990s, Konrád worked with the Hungarian National Olympic Committee, as a member of their economic committee since 2000 and a board member since 2004. His brothers Sándor and Ferenc were also international level water polo players, Sándor winning a European title in 1962 and Ferenc an Olympic title in 1976.

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