1963 IAAF World Race Walking Cup

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1963 IAAF World Race Walking Cup
Organisers IAAF
Edition 2nd
Date October 12–13
Host city Varese, Lombardy, Italy Italy
Nations participating 12
Athletes participating 36
Races 2

The 1963 IAAF World Race Walking Cup was held in Varese, Italy, on October 12–13, 1963. The event was also known as Lugano Trophy.

Complete results were published.[1]

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
20 km walk  Ken Matthews (GBR) 1:30:10  Paul Nihill (GBR) 1:33:18  Antal Kiss (HUN) 1:33:38
50 km walk  István Havasi (HUN) 4:14:25  Raymond Middleton (GBR) 4:17:15  Ingvar Pettersson (SWE) 4:19:11
Men (Team)
Team  United Kingdom 93 pts  Hungary 64 pts  Sweden 63 pts

Results[edit]

Men's 20 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Ken Matthews  GBR 1:30:10
2 Paul Nihill  GBR 1:33:18
3 Antal Kiss  HUN 1:33:38
4 István Göri  HUN 1:34:33
5 Erik Söderlund  SWE 1:35:16
6 John Edgington  GBR 1:35:22
7 John Ljunggren  SWE 1:35:53
8 Stefano Serchinich  ITA 1:36:23
9 Alexander Bílek  TCH 1:36:28
10 Kurt Schreiber  FRG 1:36:37
11 Vladimír Kánský  TCH 1:37:29
12 Alberto Carocci  ITA 1:40:08
13 Lennart Back  SWE 1:40:38
14 Horst Brüning  FRG 1:42:02
15 Giuseppe Doro  ITA 1:42:37
16 Tibor Balajcza  HUN 1:43:43
17 Herbert Staubach  FRG 1:44:24
18 Vilém Švajda  TCH 1:45:09

Men's 50 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 István Havasi  HUN 4:14:25
2 Raymond Middleton  GBR 4:17:15
3 Ingvar Pettersson  SWE 4:19:11
4 Ladíslav Moc  TCH 4:23:11
5 Ronald Wallwork  GBR 4:23:46
6 Charley Fogg  GBR 4:30:16
7 Antonio De Gaetano  ITA 4:32:01
8 Roy Syversson  SWE 4:33:09
9 Hannes Koch  FRG 4:39:03
10 Gianni Corsaro  ITA 4:41:52
11 Mario Algeri  ITA 4:43:07
12 Jan Brandejský  TCH 4:43:22
13 Ferencz Tesch  HUN 4:43:50
14 Béla Dinesz  HUN 4:44:09
15 Stig Lindberg  SWE 4:46:51
16 Jaroslav Fiala  TCH 5:00:52
Julius Müller  FRG DQ
Bernhard Nermerich  FRG DQ

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1  United Kingdom 93 pts
2  Hungary 64 pts
3  Sweden 63 pts
4  Italy 51 pts
5  Czechoslovakia 44 pts
6  West Germany 26 pts

Participation[edit]

Qualifying Rounds[edit]

From 1961 to 1985 there were qualifying rounds with the winners proceeding to the final. Hungary progressed to final directly due to an epidemic in Hungary at time of qualifying round.

  Countries qualifying for the final are highlighted in green

See also[edit]

References[edit]