1960 Ibero-American Games

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I Ibero-American Games
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Host city Santiago, Chile Chile
Date(s) October 11–16, 1960
Main stadium Estadio Nacional
Level Senior
Participation 325 athletes from
15 nations
Events 31 (22 men, 9 women)

The 1960 Ibero-American Games (Spanish: I Juegos Iberoamericanos) were held at the Estadio Nacional in Santiago, Chile, between October 11–16, 1960.

A total of 31 events were contested, 22 by men and 9 by women.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners were published.[1][2]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Rafael Romero (VEN) 10.3  Horacio Esteves (VEN) 10.3  Luis Vienna (ARG) 10.4
200 metres  Rafael Romero (VEN) 20.8  José Telles da Conceição (BRA) 21.5  Lloyd Murad (VEN) 21.5
400 metres  Humberto Brown (PAN) 47.4  Germán Guenard (PUR) 47.9  Anubes da Silva (BRA) 48.5
800 metres  Ramón Sandoval (CHI) 1:50.4  Tomás Barris (ESP) 1:51.0  Julio León (CHI) 1:51.9
1500 metres  Ramón Sandoval (CHI) 3:52.4  Tomás Barris (ESP) 3:52.6  Julio Gómez (ESP) 3:56.0
5000 metres  Osvaldo Suárez (ARG) 14:29.0  José Molíns (ESP) 14:33.6  Manuel Oliveira (POR) 14:56.4
10000 metres  Osvaldo Suárez (ARG) 30:26.0  José Molíns (ESP) 30:31.6  Carlos Pérez (ESP) 31:02.4
Marathon  Osvaldo Suárez (ARG) 2:38:23  Gumersindo Gómez (ARG) 2:38:33  Álvaro Conde (POR) 2:43:20
3000 metres steeplechase  Sebastião Mendes (BRA) 9:01.8  Manuel Augusto Alonso (ESP) 9:04.8  José Jesús Fernández (ESP) 9:07.4
110 metres hurdles  Lázaro Betancourt (CUB) 14.3  José Telles da Conceição (BRA) 14.3  Carlos Mossa (BRA) 14.4
400 metres hurdles  Juan Carlos Dyrzka (ARG) 52.8  Anubes da Silva (BRA) 53.0  Ovidio de Jesús (PUR) 53.7
High Jump  Teodoro Palacios (GUA) 1.95  Eugenio Velasco (CHI) 1.90  Eleuterio Fassi (ARG) 1.90
Pole Vault  Rolando Cruz (PUR) 4.35  Fernando Adarraga (ESP) 4.20  Luis Meza (CHI) 4.15
Long Jump  Pedro Almeida (POR) 7.32  Roberto Procel (MEX) 7.16  Adhemar da Silva (BRA) 7.07
Triple Jump  Adhemar da Silva (BRA) 15.83  Ramón López (CUB) 15.06  Jorge Castillo (ARG) 15.00
Shot Put  Enrique Helf (ARG) 16.09  Cosme Di Cursi (ARG) 15.88  Miguel de la Quadra Salcedo (ESP) 14.72
Discus Throw  Günther Kruse (ARG) 48.56  Dieter Gevert (CHI) 47.98  Hernán Haddad (CHI) 47.88
Hammer Throw  José María Elorriaga (ESP) 52.99  Alejandro Díaz (CHI) 52.16  Roberto Chapchap (BRA) 52.15
Javelin Throw  Emilio Navarro (PUR) 67.38  José Culleré (ESP) 67.23  Alfonso de Andrés (ESP) 64.62
Decathlon  Héctor Thomas (VEN) 6928  Emir Martínez (ARG) 6633  Juris Laipenieks (CHI) 6532
4 x 100 metres relay  Venezuela
Lloyd Murad
Rafael Romero
Emilio Romero
Horacio Esteves
40.3  Brazil
Affonso Coelho da Silva
João Pires Sobrinho
Joel Satow
José Telles da Conceição
40.6  Panama
Humberto Brown
Luis Carter
Sydney Dobbs
Percival Jespech
41.3
4 x 400 metres relay  Puerto Rico
Juan Montes
José Luis Villalongo
Ovidio de Jesús
Germán Guenard
3:12.8  Brazil
Joel Carvalho Rocha
Anubes da Silva
Paulo de Oliveira
Ulises Laurindo dos Santos
3:15.2  Spain
Virgilio González Barbeitos
Pérez Rancaño
José Luis Martínez
Amigo
3:15.6

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Carlota Gooden (PAN) 11.9  Edith Berg (ARG) 12.3  Marisol Massot (CHI) 12.4
200 metres  Jean Holmes (PAN) 24.8  Lorraine Dunn (PAN) 25.7  Marta Buongiorno (ARG) 26.0
80 metres hurdles  Wanda dos Santos (BRA) 11.5  Maria José de Lima (BRA) 11.9  Eliana Gaete (CHI) 12.0
High Jump  Nelly Gómez (CHI) 1.55  Maria José de Lima (BRA) 1.50  Deonildes Martins (URU) 1.45
Long Jump  Ada Brener (ARG) 5.55  Laura das Chagas (BRA) 5.43  Eliette Zenardo (BRA) 5.30
Shot Put  Pradelia Delgado (CHI) 12.17  Ingeborg Pfuller (ARG) 11.52  Maria Caldeira (BRA) 11.03
Discus Throw  Ingeborg Mello (ARG) 39.34  Pradelia Delgado (CHI) 39.15  Ingeborg Pfuller (ARG) 38.85
Javelin Throw  Maria Ventura (BRA) 40.72  Marlene Silva (CHI) 40.22  Sumiko Yamakawa (BRA) 29.22
4 x 100 metres relay  Panama
Silvia Hunte
Carlota Gooden
Lorraine Dunn
Jean Holmes
47.2  Argentina
Margarita Formeiro
Marta Buongiorno
Ada Brenner
Edith Berg
48.9  Chile
Eliana Gaete
Aurora Bianchi
Marisol Massot
Nancy Correa
49.2

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

Medal tables for both male and female competitions were published.[1]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Argentina 8 6 5 19
2  Brazil 4 8 7 19
3  Chile 4 5 7 16
4 Panama Panamá 4 1 1 6
 Venezuela 4 1 1 6
6  Puerto Rico 3 1 1 5
7  Spain 1 7 6 14
8  Cuba 1 1 0 2
9  Portugal 1 0 2 3
10  Guatemala 1 0 0 1
11 Mexico México 0 1 0 1
12  Uruguay 0 0 1 1

Team trophies[edit]

The placing table for team trophy awarded to the 1st place overall team (men and women) was published.[1] Overall winner and winner at the men's competition was  Argentina.  Brazil won the title in the women's category.

Overall[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Points
1st  Argentina 173
2  Brazil 167
3  Chile 154
4  Spain 109
5  Venezuela 90
6  Puerto Rico 59
7 Panama Panamá 56
8  Portugal 33
9  Cuba 23
10 Mexico México 18
11  Guatemala 10
12  Uruguay 5
13 Peru Perú 3

Participation[edit]

A total number of 325 athletes (278 men and 47 women) from 15 countries was reported to participate in the event.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Escamilla, Pedro (May 2010), Mansilla, Ignacio, ed., I Juegos Atléticos Iberoamericanos - Santiago de Chile (in Spanish) (4th ed.), Real Federación Española de Atletismo, pp. 57–66, ISBN 84 - 87704 - 77 - 8, retrieved February 27, 2013 
  2. ^ IBERO AMERICAN GAMES, Athletics Weekly, retrieved February 27, 2013