Full name: Gyula (JÃºlius-) Szepes (Strauch-)
Born: August 18, 1899 in SpiÅ¡skÃ¡ NovÃ¡ Ves, KoÅ¡ice, Slovakia
Died: March 2, 1985 in Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
Affiliations: MAC, Budapest (HUN)
Sport: Cross Country Skiing, Nordic Combined
Related Olympians: Brother of BÃ©la Szepes.
Gyula Szepes was the son of a protestant clergyman. Between 1919-1932 he competed as a skier in Alpine skiing, cross-country and jumping. He was a member of the Hungarian team in international events between 1928-1933, including the 1933 World Championships. Szepes won Hungarian Championship in Nordic combined (1931) and team ski jumping (1932). He was a communications officer in the rank of lieutenant-colonel. His brother [BÃ©la], a professional graphic artist, was also a Winter Olympian in 1924 but is best known for his silver medal in the javelin throw in the 1928 Summer Games in Amsterdam.
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|1928 Winter||28||Sankt Moritz||Nordic Combined||Hungary||Cross Country Skiing, 18 kilometres||AC||DNF|