|Roles||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Full name||Gyula•Kunszt (-Kaposi)|
|Born||31 July 1903 in Budapest (HUN)|
|Died||22 December 1991 in Budapest (HUN)|
|Affiliations||BBTE, Budapest (HUN)|
Gyula Kunszt was a versatile athlete. He started his sports career as a track and field athlete, also won a national championship in wrestling, had a pilot’s license, and was a parachutist. He achieved his greatest success, however, in gymnastics. As a gymnast at BBTE, he won the national team championship title on the parallel bars in 1925 and 1926. In 1926 he placed second in the individual all-around and on three different apparatus, each time behind József Szalai. He took part in the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics as a member of the Hungarian gymnastic team.
In 1933, he Hungarianized his name to Kaposi but was forced to end his sports career due to an injury in a wrestling competition. After completing his sports career, he worked as a coach and teacher at NTE. He was an honorary teacher of the College of Physical Education, the Benedictine Grammar School of Budapest, and - for 42 years - was an outstanding teacher of physical education at the Ferenc Toldy Secondary School.
|Games||Discipline (Sport) / Event||NOC / Team||Pos||Medal||As|
|1928 Summer Olympics||Artistic Gymnastics (Gymnastics)||HUN||Gyula Kunszt|
|Individual All-Around, Men (Olympic)||78|
|Team All-Around, Men (Olympic)||Hungary||10|
|Horse Vault, Men (Olympic)||60|
|Parallel Bars, Men (Olympic)||=72|
|Horizontal Bar, Men (Olympic)||83|
|Rings, Men (Olympic)||=62|
|Pommelled Horse, Men (Olympic)||=73|