Judit Füle

Biographical information

RolesCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameJudit•Füle (-Hümpfner)
Used nameJudit•Füle
Born2 October 1941 in Cegléd (HUN)
Died20 February 2019 in Kirchheim unter Teck, Baden-Württemberg (GER)
Measurements164 cm / 58 kg
AffiliationsCeglédi Építök
NOC Hungary


Judit Füle started her gymnastics career in her hometown of Cegléd, when her first PE teacher, Béla Kürti, discovered her talent and later became her first and only coach at Ceglédi Építők. At 13, Füle won the national gymnastic championship title for pioneers. At 15 she was senior acrobatic champion, at 16 she became national high school and youth champion, and at 19 was named a national master champion gymnast.

Füle took part in the 1958 Moskva World Championships, the 1960 Roma Olympics, and the 1962 Praha World Championship. Füle was considered the most reliable, most successful member of the Hungarian national team. She retired early from sport because of lack of support from the national federation and settled in Germany for family reasons. Füle was a loyal supporter of the Cegléd Sports History Collection.


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1960 Summer Olympics Artistic Gymnastics (Gymnastics) HUN Judit Füle
Individual All-Around, Women (Olympic) 19
Team All-Around, Women (Olympic) Hungary 7
Floor Exercise, Women (Olympic) 26 r1/2
Horse Vault, Women (Olympic) =22 r1/2
Uneven Bars, Women (Olympic) =37 r1/2
Balance Beam, Women (Olympic) 16 r1/2