Marta Karolyi

Gymnastics Coach

Marta Karolyi was born in Odorheiu Secuiesc, Romania on August 29th, 1942 and is the Gymnastics Coach. At the age of 81, Marta Karolyi biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
August 29, 1942
Place of Birth
Odorheiu Secuiesc, Romania
81 years old
Zodiac Sign
Gymnastics Coach
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Béla Károlyi
Andrea Károlyi Wise
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Júlia Bálint, Ernő Erőss
Marta Karolyi Life

* Márta Károlyi (Hungarian: ['ma?rt?

[ka?roji]; born August 29, 1942; née Eross; born August 29, 1942) is a Romanian-American gymnastics coach and the former national team coordinator for USA Gymnastics. * Her and her husband, Béla, are ethnic Hungarians from Transylvania, Romania, and competed in Romania, but she and her husband emigrated to the United States in 1981. Nine Olympic champions, fifteen world champions, sixteen European champions, and dozens of U.S. national champions have been trained, including Mary Lou Retton, Betty Okino, Kerri Strug, Teodora Ungureanu, Phoebe Mills, Kim Zmeskal, and Dominique Moceanu, including Mary Lou Retton, Betty Okino, Maheny, Taci, Mohamed Zmeskal and Dominique Moceanu, including Mary Lou Reta


The Olympic star, Nadia, dazzled the world. However, a new book reveals that her mentor encouraged her to commit suicide, April 8, 2023
On a November night in 1989, two weeks after the Berlin Wall's fall, seven people hurriedly but ostensibly toward the border between Romania and Hungary. The frozen furrows of a ploughed field crackled underfoot. They heard barking in the distance from nearby villages. The temperature had plummeted so low that the cold was a real threat, but it wasn't the only one. The seven people were embarking on their lives' most treacherous journey: they were going to cross a hardline communist state to another that was in the process of revolting and transforming itself.