Athletics at the 1952 Summer Olympics – Men's marathon

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Men's marathon
at the Games of the XV Olympiad
Venue Helsinki
Dates July 27
Competitors 66 from 32 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    Czechoslovakia
Silver medal    Argentina
Bronze medal    Sweden
«1948 1956»

The marathon at the 1952 Summer Olympics was held on 27 July on a course running from the Helsinki Olympic Stadium to Korso, Vantaa and back. The full length of the road was hard-surfaced.[1]

Athletics at the
1952 Summer Olympics
Athletics pictogram.svg
Track events
100 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men
800 m men
1500 m men
5000 m men
10,000 m men
80 m hurdles women
110 m hurdles men
400 m hurdles men
3000 m
steeplechase
men
4×100 m relay men women
4×400 m relay men
Road events
Marathon men
10 km walk men
50 km walk men
Field events
Long jump men women
Triple jump men
High jump men women
Pole vault men
Shot put men women
Discus throw men women
Javelin throw men women
Hammer throw men
Combined events
Decathlon men

Results[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Result
1 Emil Zátopek Czechoslovakia 2:23:03.2
2 Reinaldo Gorno Argentina 2:25:35.0
3 Gustaf Jansson Sweden 2:26:07.0
4 Choi Yun-Chil South Korea 2:26:36.0
5 Veikko Karvonen Finland 2:26:41.8
6 Delfo Cabrera Argentina 2:26:42.4
7 József Dobronyi Hungary 2:28:04.8
8 Erkki Puolakka Finland 2:29:35.0
9 Geoffrey Iden Great Britain 2:30:42.0
10 Wallace Hayward South Africa 2:31:50.2
11 Thomas Luyt South Africa 2:32:41.0
12 Gustaf Östling Sweden 2:32:48.4
13 Victor Drygall United States 2:32:52.4
14 Luis Celedón Chile 2:33:45.8
15 Adrien van de Zande Netherlands 2:33:50.0
16 Viktor Olsen Norway 2:33:58.4
17 Mikko Hietanen Finland 2:34:01.0
18 Charles Dewachtere Belgium 2:34:32.0
19 William Keith South Africa 2:34:38.0
20 Yakov Moskachenkov Soviet Union 2:34:43.8
21 Mihály Esztergomi Hungary 2:35:10.0
22 Doroteo Flores Guatemala 2:35:40.0
23 Jean Simonet Belgium 2:35:43.0
24 Jakob Kjersem Norway 2:36:14.0
25 Katsuo Nishida Japan 2:36:19.0
26 Keizo Yamada Japan 2:38:11.2
27 Feodosiy Vanin Soviet Union 2:38:22.0
28 Grigory Suchkov Soviet Union 2:38:28.8
29 Henry Norrström Sweden 2:38:57.4
30 Dieter Engelhardt Germany 2:39:37.2
31 Dinu Cristea Romania 2:39:42.2
32 Jean Leblond Belgium 2:40:37.0
33 Choi Chung-Sik South Korea 2:41:23.0
34 John Systad Norway 2:41:29.8
35 Jaroslav Šourek Czechoslovakia 2:41:40.4
36 Thomas Jones United States 2:42:50.0
37 Robert Prentice Australia 2:43:13.4
38 Muhammad Havlidar Aslam Pakistan 2:43:38.2
39 Adolf Gruber Austria 2:45:02.0
40 Paul Collins Canada 2:45:58.0
41 Vasile Teodosiu Romania 2:46:00.8
42 Erik Simonsen Denmark 2:46:41.4
43 Ludwig Warnemünde Germany 2:50:00.0
44 Ted Corbitt United States 2:51:09.0
45 Claude Smeal Australia 2:52:23.0
46 Asfo Bussotti Italy 2:52:55.0
47 Winand Osiński Poland 2:54:38.2
48 Svend Sørensen Denmark 2:55:21.0
49 Joseph West Ireland 2:56:22.8
50 Rudolf Morgenthaler Switzerland 2:56:33.0
51 Abdelgani Abdel Fattah Egypt 2:56:56.0
52 Surat Singh Mathur India 2:58:09.2
53 Artidoro Berti Italy 2:58:36.2
Ahmet Aytar Turkey DNF
Franjo Krajčar Yugoslavia DNF
Hong Jong-O South Korea DNF
Muhammad Ben Aras Pakistan DNF
Lionel Billas France DNF
Constantin Radu Ioniţă Romania DNF
José Fernández Argentina DNF
Raúl Inostroza Chile DNF
Luis Velásquez Guatemala DNF
Stanley Cox Great Britain DNF
James Peters Great Britain DNF
Egilberto Martufi Italy DNF
Yoshitaka Uchikawa Japan DNF

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kolkka, Sulo, ed. (1952). The Official Report of The Organising Committee For The Games Of The XV Olympiad Helsinki 1952. Helsinki: The Organising Committee For The XV Olympiad.