Alfred Hajos Guttmann
(1878 - 1955)
Alfred Hajos Guttmann was active/lived in Hungary. Alfred Hajos Guttmann is known for Drawing, architecture, Olympic competitions.
Biography Alfred Hajos Guttmann
Alfred Hajos (Arnold Guttmann) (1878-1955)
Competing in the first modern Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, in 1896, Alfred Hajos-Guttmann was the first-ever Olympic swimming champion and the first Hungarian Olympic gold medalist. He won two gold medals in Athens: the 100-Meter Freestyle (1:22.2), and 1,200-Meter Freestyle (18:22.2).
Years later, Hajos-Guttmann became a world renowned architect, specializing in sport facilities. In a special arts competition at the 1924 Paris Olympic Games, he was awarded an Olympic silver medal for architecture, the highest honor presented in that competition. He is also a recipient of the Olympic Diploma of Merit.
In 1885 and 1886, Hajos-Guttmann was 100-Meter European Swim
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