NEMETH Imre and Milkos (1946) - Hungary / Track and field
Like father like son! Imre Nemeth won the hammer throwing event at the London games in 1948. Technique helped him win, not physique, as would have been the case nowadays. Indeed, he was known as "the mosquito".He later became the director of the largest stadium in Budapest. His son then became javelin Olympic champion at Montreal in 1976. This was the first time in the history of the Games that father and son had become Olympic champions.