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Dezső Lauber

Full name: Dezső Lauber
Gender: Male
Born: May 23, 1879 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary
Died: September 5, 1966 in Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
Affiliations: Magyar Atlétikai Klub/Edison KE
Country: HUN Hungary
Sport: Tennis, Art Competitions

Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)


Dezsö Lauber competed in the 1908 Olympics in men’s singles tennis and in the 1924 Olympic Arts Competitions. An architect by trade, his co-design for a stadium won a silver medal together with two-time Olympic swimming champion [Alfréd Hajós]. He was active in multiple sports, including bobsleigh, ice skating, golf, cycling and tennis. In fact, Lauber has a tenuous connection to the 1936 Olympics in another sport, golf. There was a golf exhibition in 1936 at Baden-Baden, loosely considered an exhibition event and Lauber competed in it.

Lauber, a construction engineer, designed and built the first golf course in Hungary at Tátralomnic in 1908-09, and the first Hungarian tournament was held there in 1909. He later became secretary of the club and also served as secretary of the MOB (Hungarian Olympic Committee) from 1906-15. Lauber was a multiple Hungarian golf champion and was a three-time champion of München, at the time considered one of the top titles in Europe.


Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1908 Summer 28 London Tennis Men's Singles Hungary HUN 16T
1924 Summer 44 Paris Art Competitions Mixed Architecture Hungary HUN 2 Silver

Men's Singles

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result SW
1908 Summer 28 London Tennis Hungary HUN Round Two Match #5 2 1908-07-07 Dixon (GBR) 3, Lauber (HUN) 0 0

Mixed Architecture

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank
1924 Summer 44 Paris Art Competitions Hungary Final Standings 2
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