István Gyulai Hungarian sprinter and athletics administrator
István Gyulai is a 62 years old Hungarian sprinter and athletics administrator from Budapest. István Gyulai was born on March 21, 1943 (died on March 12, 2006, he was 62 years old) in Budapest. His nickname was István Gyulai.
István Gyulai was a former Hungarian television commentator and General Secretary of the IAAF. A sprinter during his active athletics career he was a 28-time national champion. He won two relay medals in two editions of the Universiade: a gold medal over 4 x 100 metres in 1963 and a silver medal over 4 x 400 metres in 1965. He participated in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.
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No, he died on 03/12/2006, 16 years ago. He was 62 years old when he died. He died in Monte Carlo and buried in Cemetery in Pesterzsébet .
Olga Kazi, Hungarian middle distance runner
He had one child, Márton (42, Hungarian bobsledder) . When his first child, Márton Gyulai, was born, István Gyulai was 36 years old.
Game & Races (2)
|Name||Age at that time|
|1966 European Athletics Championships||22 years old|
|1964 Summer Olympics||20 years old|
István Gyulai zodiac sign was aries.
Other facts about István Gyulai
|Place of birth||Hungary, Budapest|
|Place of death||Monte Carlo|
|Country of citizenship||Hungary|
|Place of burial||Cemetery In Pesterzsébet|
|Date of death||2006-03-12T00:00:00Z|
|Languages spoken, written or signed||Hungarian|
|Image of grave||Http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Special:FilePath/Gyulai%20Istv%C3%A1n%20s%C3%ADrja.jpg|