Attila Horváth

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Attila Horváth (28 July 1967 – 13 November 2020) was a Hungarian discus thrower. He represented Hungary at two Summer Olympics (1992 and 1996). His personal best was 68.58 metres, thrown on 24 June 1994 in Budapest. He was a nine-time national champion in the men's discus event, including eight in a row (1990–1997). He was born in Kőszeg, Hungary.

Horváth died on 13 November 2020 from COVID-19 in Szombathely, Hungary at the age of 53.[1]

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  1. "Koronavírusban halt meg Horváth Attila világbajnoki bronzérmes diszkoszvető". (in Hungarian). 2020-11-13. Retrieved 13 November 2020.