Zoltan Szecsi is a water polo player and has been a goalkeeper since he was aged ten. He had a spine problem which caused him to stop swimming when he was just nine-years-old.
The 34-year-old was a member of the past three gold medal-winning Olympic teams and is hoping for more success in London this summer.
In 2003, Szecsi won the world title at the World Championships. He went on to help Hungary win its eighth Olympic gold medal at the Athens Games in 2004.
In Beijing four years ago, he stopped 42 of the 83 shots he faced while playing roughly 2/3 of the minutes.
He now heads to London with great Games experience behind him with the Hungarian team aiming for their fourth straight gold medal.