Full name: JÃ³zsef Hunics
Born: March 10, 1936 in RÃ¡ckeresztÃºr, FejÃ©r, Hungary
Died: July 27, 2012 in Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
Affiliations: Budapest HonvÃ©d, Budapest (HUN)
Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)
Besides their C2-10,000 Olympic bronze in 1956, JÃ³zsef Hunics and [Imre Farkas] won bronze in C2-1,000 at the 1957 European Championships and were fifth in C2-1,000 at the 1958 World Championships. At the 1959 European Championships, Hunics, by then teamed up with Gyula DÃ¶mÃ¶tÃ¶r, won gold in C2-1,000 and silver in C2-10,000. Domestically he won six Hungarian titles, pairing with Farkas to win the C2-500 m, C2-1,000 m and C2-10,000 at the 1956 and 1957 Hungarian championships. Hunics retired from sports in 1960 and later worked as a canoeing coach in Hungary.
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|1956 Summer||20||Melbourne||Canoeing||Hungary||HUN||Imre Farkas||Final Standings||1956-11-30|