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Gábor Delneky (29 May 1932 – 26 October 2008) was a Hungarian fencer won a gold medal in the team sabre event at the 1960 Summer Olympics. Delneky lost his parents at early age – his mother died when he was 10, and his father was placed in a military labor camp when he was 13. Delneky turned to sports and studies, and after graduating in civil engineering became the head of the engineering department at Viziterv, a Hungarian engineering firm. In 1969, he immigrated through Italy to the United States. There he received a master's degree in engineering at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, and continued his engineering education in Florida and Illinois. He eventually became an American citizen and died in Florida, aged 76.

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  • Gábor Delneky (ur. 29 maja 1932, zm. 26 października 2008), węgierski szermierz, szablista. Złoty medalista olimpijski z Rzymu. Zawody w 1960 były jego jedynymi igrzyskami olimpijskimi. Triumfował w drużynie. Drużynowo był również medalistą mistrzostw świata - srebrnym w 1959, brązowym 1961. Indywidualnie był wicemistrzem Węgier w 1958, w drużynie wielokrotnie zdobywał tytuły mistrzowskie (w 1955 i w latach 1961–1967). W 1969 wyemigrował do Stanów Zjednoczonych, zmarł w Orlando.
  • Gábor Delneky (29 May 1932 – 26 October 2008) was a Hungarian fencer won a gold medal in the team sabre event at the 1960 Summer Olympics. Delneky lost his parents at early age – his mother died when he was 10, and his father was placed in a military labor camp when he was 13. Delneky turned to sports and studies, and after graduating in civil engineering became the head of the engineering department at Viziterv, a Hungarian engineering firm. In 1969, he immigrated through Italy to the United States. There he received a master's degree in engineering at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, and continued his engineering education in Florida and Illinois. He eventually became an American citizen and died in Florida, aged 76.
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  • Gábor Delneky (ur. 29 maja 1932, zm. 26 października 2008), węgierski szermierz, szablista. Złoty medalista olimpijski z Rzymu. Zawody w 1960 były jego jedynymi igrzyskami olimpijskimi. Triumfował w drużynie. Drużynowo był również medalistą mistrzostw świata - srebrnym w 1959, brązowym 1961. Indywidualnie był wicemistrzem Węgier w 1958, w drużynie wielokrotnie zdobywał tytuły mistrzowskie (w 1955 i w latach 1961–1967). W 1969 wyemigrował do Stanów Zjednoczonych, zmarł w Orlando.
  • Gábor Delneky (29 May 1932 – 26 October 2008) was a Hungarian fencer won a gold medal in the team sabre event at the 1960 Summer Olympics. Delneky lost his parents at early age – his mother died when he was 10, and his father was placed in a military labor camp when he was 13. Delneky turned to sports and studies, and after graduating in civil engineering became the head of the engineering department at Viziterv, a Hungarian engineering firm. In 1969, he immigrated through Italy to the United States. There he received a master's degree in engineering at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, and continued his engineering education in Florida and Illinois. He eventually became an American citizen and died in Florida, aged 76.
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