1953 Summer International University Sports Week

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The 1953 Summer International University Sports Week were organised by the International University Sports Federation (FISU) and held in Dortmund, West Germany. At these games a number of Athletic events were contested.

Men’s events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 Metres  Romeo Galán (ARG) 10.7w?  Milovan Jovančić (YUG) 10.7w?  Jacques Vercruysse (BEL) 10.7w?
200 Metres  Jacques Vercruysse (BEL) 21.90  Milovan Jovančić (YUG) 22.00  Austin Pinnington (GBR) 22.00
400 Metres  Karl-Friedrich Haas (FRG) 47.60  Keith Whittaker (GBR) 49.60  Peter Phillips (GBR) 49.70
800 Metres  Urban Cleve (FRG) 01:51.9  Brian Grogan (GBR) 01:52.2  Gérard Rasquin (LUX) 01:52.5
1500 Metres  David Law (GBR) 03:50.4  Ralph Dunkley (GBR) 03:50.6  Veliša Mugoša (YUG) 03:51.6
5000 Metres  Osamu Inoue (JPN) 14:48.6  Tony Weeks-Pearson (GBR) 14:49.0  Velimir Veka Ilić (YUG) 14:55.2
110 Metres Hurdles  Berthold Steines (FRG) 14.70  Estanislao Kocourek (ARG) 14.70  Paul Vine (GBR) 14.90
400 Metres Hurdles  David Gracie (GBR) 52.70  Eitaro Okano (JPN) 53.10  Georg Sallen (FRG) 53.90
High Jump  Jacques Delelienne (BEL) 1.90  Yukio Ishikawa (JPN) 1.90  Takehiko Nakajima (JPN) 1.85
Pole Vault  Milan Milakov (YUG) 4.31  Geoff Elliott (GBR) 4.20  Hélio da Silva (BRA) 4.00
Long Jump  Masaji Tajima (JPN) 7.66  Heinz Oberbeck (FRG) 7.43  Gian Piero Druetto (ITA) 7.32
Triple Jump  Adhemar da Silva (BRA) 15.92  Akira Nishimura (JPN) 14.95  Heinz Oberbeck (FRG) 14.65
Shot  Heinz Lutter (FRG) 14.59  Mark Pharaoh (GBR) 14.34  Heinz Oberbeck (FRG) ???
Discus  Mark Pharaoh (GBR) 47.84  Darko Krnjajić (YUG) 46.25  Miguel Quadra-Salcedo (ESP) 44.87
Hammer  Yoshio Kojima (JPN) 50.33  Mark Pharaoh (GBR) 46.46  Willy Druyts (BEL) 45.22
Javelin  Gerhard Keller (FRG) 61.88  Hermann Rieder (FRG) 60.13  Hidemine Nakagawa (JPN) 59.71
Pentathlon  Gerhard Keller (FRG) 2923.00  Francisco Moura (BRA) 2774.00  Leonhard Zanier (AUT) 2621.00
4 x 100 Metres Relay ArgentinaArgentina 42.20 ItalyItaly 42.20 United KingdomGreat Britain & N.I. 42.20
4 x 400 Metres Relay West GermanyF.R. Germany 03:16.0 United KingdomGreat Britain & N.I. 03:16.0 BelgiumBelgium 03:19.3
1600 Metres Medley Relay West GermanyF.R. Germany 03:12.8 United KingdomGreat Britain & N.I. 03:12.8 JapanJapan 03:16.2

Women’s events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 Metres  Milena Greppi (ITA) 12.30  Margaret Francis (GBR) 12.30  Friederike Harasek (AUT) 12.40
200 Metres  Margaret Francis (GBR) 25.90  Friederike Harasek (AUT) 25.90  Constance Cartwright (GBR) 26.10
80 Metres Hurdles  Milka Babović (YUG) 11.70  Hilke Thymm (FRG) 11.80  Milena Greppi (ITA) 11.90
High Jump  Lesley Line (GBR) 1.60  Julia McLeod (GBR) 1.56  Ursula Ehrhardt (FRG) 1.56
Long Jump  Else Jores (FRG) 5.55  Friederike Harasek (AUT) 5.36  Ursula Schitteck (FRG) 5.30
Shot  Lore Klute (FRG) 12.32  Lotte Klos (FRG) 10.96  Doris Bethe (FRG) 10.72
Discus  Lore Klute (FRG) 39.65  Almut Brömmel (FRG) 34.97  Babette Schweizer (SUI) 34.14
Javelin  Almut Brömmel (FRG) 42.62  Cmiljka Kalušević (YUG) 42.46  Siegrid Lewandowski (FRG) 35.09
4 x 100 Metres Relay ItalyItaly 48.90 West GermanyF.R. Germany 48.90 United KingdomGreat Britain & N.I. 49.20

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  West Germany (FRG) 9 5 6 20
2  Great Britain (GBR) 5 9 4 18
3  Japan (JPN) 3 3 2 8
4  Yugoslavia (YUG) 2 3 2 7
5  Belgium (BEL) 2 0 3 5
6  Italy (ITA) 2 0 2 4
7  Brazil (BRA) 1 1 1 3
8  Argentina (ARG) 1 1 0 2
9  Austria (AUT) 0 2 2 4
10  Greece (GRE) 0 2 1 3
11  Spain (ESP) 0 0 1 1
12  Luxembourg (LUX) 0 0 1 1
13   Switzerland (SUI) 0 0 1 1
Total 25 26 26 77

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