Ágnes Keleti (born Ágnes Klein, 9 January 1921) is a Hungarian-Israeli retired artistic gymnast and coach. While representing Hungary in the Summer Olympics, she won 10 Olympic medals including five gold medals, and is considered to be one of the most successful Jewish Olympic athletes of all time. Keleti holds more Olympic medals than any other individual with Israeli citizenship, and more Olympic medals than any other Jew, except Mark Spitz. She was the most successful athlete at the 1956 Summer Olympics. In 1957, Keleti immigrated to Israel, where she currently resides.
How would Ágnes Keleti be described?
Ágnes Keleti would be described as Gymnast.
What is Ágnes Keleti subject of?
Ágnes Keleti is subject of Hungarian defectors, Medalists at the 1956 Summer Olympics, Olympic bronze medalists for Hungary, Olympic gold medalists for Hungary, Olympic silver medalists for Hungary, Olympic gymnasts of Hungary, Wingate Institute faculty, Hungarian female artistic gymnasts, 1921 births, Hungarian Jews, Hungarian refugees, International Gymnastics Hall of Fame inductees, Israeli Jews, Jewish refugees, Living people, Medalists at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, Olympic medalists in gymnastics, Sportspeople from Budapest, World champion gymnasts, Jewish gymnasts, Medalists at the 1952 Summer Olympics, Hungarian emigrants to Israel, Gymnasts at the 1952 Summer Olympics, Gymnasts at the 1956 Summer Olympics, Raoul Wallenberg and People from Herzliya.
What is the gender of Ágnes Keleti?
Ágnes Keleti is female.