Andrea Gyarmati (born 15 April 1954) is a retired Hungarian swimmer. She competed at the 1968 and 1972 Olympics in eight events in total and won two individual medals in 1972; in 1972 she set a world record in the 100 m butterfly in the semifinals. She also won four medals at the 1970 European Championships. For these achievements she was named Hungarian Sportswoman of The Year in 1970–1972.

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  • Andrea Gyarmati (born 15 April 1954) is a retired Hungarian swimmer. She competed at the 1968 and 1972 Olympics in eight events in total and won two individual medals in 1972; in 1972 she set a world record in the 100 m butterfly in the semifinals. She also won four medals at the 1970 European Championships. For these achievements she was named Hungarian Sportswoman of The Year in 1970–1972. Her mother and coach Éva Székely was a 1952 Olympic champion in breaststroke, and her father Dezső Gyarmati was an Olympic champion in water polo. Gyarmati married and later divorced Mihály Hesz, an Olympic champion in canoe. In 1995, following her both parents, she was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame. (en)
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  • Andrea Gyarmati (born 15 April 1954) is a retired Hungarian swimmer. She competed at the 1968 and 1972 Olympics in eight events in total and won two individual medals in 1972; in 1972 she set a world record in the 100 m butterfly in the semifinals. She also won four medals at the 1970 European Championships. For these achievements she was named Hungarian Sportswoman of The Year in 1970–1972. (en)
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