Competing as a pure sprinter before World War II, Solymossy gradually became better at longer distances, winning the Hungarian titles in 200 and 400 metres in 1948. He competed in the 1946 European Championships in the 200, but did not get out of the heats. He qualified for the 1952 Olympics individually and with the national relay team, but did not progress past the first round in Helsinki. After stopping active competition in 1958, Solymossy became a trainer with his club, PVSK in Pécs.
Personal Best: 400 – 48.2 (1953).
|1952 Summer||30||Helsinki||Athletics||Men's 400 metres||Hungary||HUN||3 h3 r1/4|
|1952 Summer||30||Helsinki||Athletics||Men's 4 × 400 metres Relay||Hungary||HUN||3 h2 r1/2|
|1952 Summer||30||Helsinki||Athletics||Hungary||Round One||Heat Three||3||49.2||49.32|
|1952 Summer||30||Helsinki||Athletics||Hungary||HUN||Round One||Heat Two||3||3:13.8||3:13.96|