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Hungarian Olympic Triumph: Helsinki
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During her year career —58 , Szekely set 10 world records, five Olympic records, and over Hungarian national records while winning two Olympic medals, 10 World University Championships, and 68 Hungarian National Championships. At the age of nine, Szekely was inspired to become an Olympic swimmer after hearing the Hungarian national anthem being played in honor of swimmer Ferenc Csik's gold medal performance at the Berlin Olympics. Despite her intense patriotism, Szekely's career was halted by her Hungarian swimming team which, in , ousted her as a "religious undesirable. As it was forbidden for Jews to use the public swimming pools in the protected ghetto, Szekely maintained her fitness by running up and down the staircase in her five-story building a hundred times a day.
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Also on that winning relay was Miss Novak's little sister Eva, the era's greatest orthodox breaststroker who finished second to teammate Eva Szekely using the over water butterfly arm stroke. Eva also silver-medaled to teammate Valeria Gyenge in the m freestyle. The Hungarian girls in dominated the Olympics as no women's swimming team before or since. The Hall of Fame recognizes all of these girls 7 of 8 gold medals in honoring from their ranks the only sister team ever to gold medal in Olympic swimming. While sister Eva's 2 silvers and a gold is the more spectacular performance there were only four events and a relay , Ilona's career, reaching its peak during the war years, is a most remarkable fete of longevity.