Opika von Méray Horváth (December 30, 1889 – April 25 1977), aka Zsófia Méray-Horváth, was a Hungarian Figure skater. She won three consecutive World titles (1912-1914).
Méray Horváth was born in Arad (Hungarian county) in 1889. She began skating in Budapest Skating Club (Budapesti Korcsolyázó Egylet). She is the second top level female Hungarian skater, after Lily Kronberger.
In Vienna 1911, Méray Horváth placed second behind Kronberger. After that, she won three consecutive gold medals. World War I ended her career. She later worked as a language teacher.
She died in Budapest in 1977.
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