Martín Fiz

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Fiz and the second or maternal family name is Martín.
Martín Fiz
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Medal record
Men's Athletics
Competitor for  Spain
World Championships
Gold 1995 Gothenburg Marathon
Silver 1997 Athens Marathon
European Championships
Gold 1994 Helsinki Marathon

Martín Fiz Martín (born 3 March 1963 in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Álava) is a former long-distance runner from Spain, who won the marathon at the 1994 European Championships in Athletics in Helsinki and repeated his success at the 1995 World Championships in Athletics in Gothenburg. The same year he captured the title in the Rotterdam Marathon.

At the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta Fiz came fourth in the Athletics at the 1996 Summer Olympics - Men's marathon. A year later he won a silver medal at the 1997 World Championships in Athletics in Athens, finishing behind his countryman Abel Anton. He competed in three consecutive Summer Olympics for his native country, starting in 1992.


Achievements[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Spain
1993 Helsinki City Marathon Helsinki, Finland 1st Marathon 2:12:47
1994 Boston Marathon Boston, United States 10th Marathon 2:10:21
European Championships Helsinki, Finland 1st Marathon 2:10:31
1995 Rotterdam Marathon Rotterdam, Netherlands 1st Marathon 2:08:56
World Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 1st Marathon 2:11:31
1996 Seoul International Marathon Seoul, South Korea 1st Marathon 2:08:25
Summer Olympics Atlanta, United States 4th Marathon 2:13:20
New York Marathon New York, United States 7th Marathon 2:12:31
1997 Lake Biwa Marathon Otsu, Japan 1st Marathon 2:08:05
World Championships Athens, Greece 2nd Marathon 2:13:21
1998 Lake Biwa Marathon Otsu, Japan 2nd Marathon 2:09:33
1999 Lake Biwa Marathon Otsu, Japan 1st Marathon 2:08:50
World Championships Seville, Spain 8th Marathon 2:16:17
New York Marathon New York, United States 9th Marathon 2:12:03
2000 Lake Biwa Marathon Otsu, Japan 1st Marathon 2:08:14
Summer Olympics Sidney, Australia 6th Marathon 2:13:24
2001 Madrid Millenium Marathon Madrid, Spain 7th Marathon 2:17:11

Personal bests[edit]

Event Time Date Location
1500 metres 3:44.00 1 January 1988
3000 metres 07:50.17 30 July 1990 Getxo
3000 metres steeplechase 08:28.90 18 June 1988 Getxo
5000 metres 13:20.01 17 July 1991 Rome
10,000 metres 27:49.61 1 July 1998 Barakaldo
Half marathon 1:01:08 29 September 1996 Grevenmacher
Marathon 2:08:05 2 March 1997 Otsu

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