Lázaro Betancourt (born March 18, 1963) is a retired male triple jumper from Cuba. Best known for his silver medal at the 1985 IAAF World Indoor Championships, he also won the Central American and Caribbean Games twice. In June 1986 he achieved a personal best jump of 17.78 metres, which puts him 14th place in the all-time performers list.
|1982||Central American and Caribbean Games||Havana, Cuba||2nd||Triple jump|
|1983||Pan American Games||Caracas, Venezuela||2nd||Triple jump|
|Ibero-American Championships||Barcelona, Spain||1st||Triple jump|
|1985||World Indoor Championships||Paris, France||2nd||Triple jump|
|1986||Central American and Caribbean Games||Santiago, Dominican Republic||2nd||Triple jump|
|1990||Central American and Caribbean Games||Mexico City, Mexico||2nd||Triple jump|
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