Spain at the 1960 Summer Olympics
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|Spain at the Olympic Games|
|At the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome|
|Competitors||144 (133 men and 11 women) in 16 sports|
|Flag bearer||Jaime Belenguer|
|Olympic history (summary)|
- Pedro Amat, Francisco Caballer, Juan Calzado, José Colomer, Carlos del Coso, José Dinarés, Eduardo Dualde, Joaquin Dualde, Rafael Egusquiza, Ignacio Macaya, Pedro Murúa, Pedro Roig, Luis Usoz, and Narciso Ventalló — Field Hockey, Men's Team Competition
- Men's Team Competition
- Preliminary Round (Group D)
- Defeated Uruguay (77-72)
- Lost to Philippines (82-84)
- Defeated Poland (75-63)
- First Classification Round (9-16th place)
- Lost to Mexico (66-80)
- Lost to France (40-78)
- Defeated Japan (66-64)
- Second Classification Round (13-16th place)
- Lost to Puerto Rico (65-75)
- Defeated Bulgaria (2-0 walk-over) → 14th place
- Team Roster
11 fencers, 8 men and 3 women, represented Spain in 1960.
Two male pentathletes represented Spain in 1960.
- "Spain at the 1960 Rome Summer Games". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2010-11-06.