Tamás Faragó (born 5 August 1952) is a former Hungarian water polo player. He competed in all major international tournaments between 1970 and 1980 and won three medals at the Summer Olympics and five at the world and European championships. He was the top goalscorer at the 1976 Olympics, with 22 goals. In the mid-1980s he played for German clubs. After retiring from competitions he became a water polo coach, guiding the Hungary's junior and women's national teams. In 1993 he was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame, and in 2005 he was voted the Hungarian coach of the year.
|Born||August 5, 1952 (age 68)|
|Height||194 cm (6 ft 4 in)|
|Weight||95 kg (209 lb)|
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- Tamás Faragó. munzinger.de (6 April 1987)
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- Joan Gould (15 July 2010) Interview with Tamás Faragó. Water Polo Planet
- Tamás Faragó at International Olympic Committee
- Tamás Faragó at Olympic Channel
- Tamás Faragó at Hungarian Olympic Committee (in Hungarian)
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- Tamás Faragó at databaseOlympics.com (archived)
- Tamás Faragó at International Swimming Hall of Fame
- Tamás Faragó at Munzinger Sports Archives (in German)
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