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Frigyes Mezei

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Frigyes Mezei Leichtathletik
Nation Hungary 1867Ungarn Hungary
Birthday 26. September 1887
Birthplace Mór, Hungary
Date of death 27. March 1938
Place of death Budapest, Hungary
Career
Discipline Sprint
Best performance 11.3s (100 m); 22.5 s (200 m)
Association BEAC Budapest
Medal table
Olympics 0 × Gold 0 × Silber 1 × Bronze
Olympische Ringe Olympics
Bronze London 1908 Olympic relay

Frigyes Mezei (German Friedrich Wiesner; born 26 September 1887 in Mór; † 27 March 1938 in Budapest) was a Hungarian sprinter.

At the 1908 London Olympics he was eliminated in the heats of the 100 m and 200 m events. In the Olympic relay he won the bronze medal with the Hungarian team consisting of Pál Simon, Mezei, József Nagy and Ödön Bodor.

In 1912 he reached the semi-finals in the 200 m and 400 m at the Olympic Games in Stockholm. In the 4 times 400 m relay he was eliminated with the Hungarian team in the preliminary round.

In 1910 he was Hungarian champion over 220 yards, in 1910, 1913 and 1914 over 440 yards.

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