Tibor Fazekas

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Tibor Fazekas [1] (9 June 1892 11 May 1982) was a Hungarian water polo player who had a total of 3 olympic appearances. He competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics and in the 1924 Summer Olympics. He was born and died in Budapest. [2]

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References

  1. He is also known as Friedmann.
  2. "Tibor Fazekas". Olympedia. Retrieved 13 June 2021.