Imre POLYAK

Hongrie HUN

Wrestling Greco-Roman

  • Médailles
    1 O
    3 A
  • Participations
    4
  • Première participation
    Helsinki 1952
  • Année de naissance
    1932
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Biographie

Imre POLYAK

Imre Polyák won medals at four consecutive Olympic Games (1952-64), making him only the second wrestler, after Eino Leino (FIN), to achieve this. Polyák also won three Greco-Roman World Championships, in 1955, 1958, and 1962, and placed second at the Worlds in 1961 and 1963. In his native Hungary he won 12 individual national titles, and two team titles. Polyák was named Hungarian Sportsman of the Year in both 1958 and 1962. After his wrestling career ended he coached at the Hungarian club Ujpest. He is a member of the wrestling Hall of Fame.

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Tokyo 1964

O
Featherweight, Greco-Roman (≤63 kilograms)
Featherweight, Greco-Roman (≤63 kilograms) Wrestling
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Rome 1960

A
Featherweight, Greco-Roman (≤62 kilograms)
Featherweight, Greco-Roman (≤62 kilograms) Wrestling
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Melbourne 1956

A
Featherweight, Greco-Roman (≤62 kilograms)
Featherweight, Greco-Roman (≤62 kilograms) Wrestling
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Helsinki 1952

A
Featherweight, Greco-Roman (≤62 kilograms)
Featherweight, Greco-Roman (≤62 kilograms) Wrestling