1962 Ibero-American Games

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II Ibero-American Games
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Host city Madrid, Spain Spain
Date(s) October 7–12, 1962
Main stadium Estadio de Vallehermoso
Level Senior
Participation 349 athletes from
17 nations
Events 31 (22 men, 9 women)

The 1962 Ibero-American Games were held at the Estadio de Vallehermoso in Madrid, Spain, between October 7–12, 1962.

A total of 31 events were contested, 22 by men and 9 by women.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners were published.[1][2]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Rafael Romero (VEN) 10.6  Manuel Rivera (PUR) 10.9  Alfonso da Silva (BRA) 11.1
200 metres  Rafael Romero (VEN) 21.1  Luis Vienna (ARG) 21.4  Arquímedes Herrera (VEN) 21.6
400 metres  Germán Guenard (PUR) 47.3  Juan Carlos Dyrzka (ARG) 48.1  Juan Francisco Aguilar (URU) 48.3
800 metres  Alberto Estebán (ESP) 1:50.2  José Luis Martínez (ESP) 1:50.5  José Neira (COL) 1:50.7
1500 metres  Manuel Oliveira (POR) 3:52.7  Tomás Barris (ESP) 3:53.4  Osvaldo Suárez (ARG) 3:53.4
5000 metres  Osvaldo Suárez (ARG) 14:31.6  Manuel Oliveira (POR) 14:32.4  Mariano Haro (ESP) 14:38.2
10000 metres  Osvaldo Suárez (ARG) 30:14.2  Mariano Haro (ESP) 30:22.4  Carlos Pérez (ESP) 30:57.6
Marathon  Armando Aldegalega (POR) 2:30:09  Álvaro Conde (POR) 2:32:18  Jaime Guixá (ESP) 2:32:54
3000 metres steeplechase  Domingo Amaisón (ARG) 9:02.6  Manuel Oliveira (POR) 9:05.2  Sebastião Mendes (BRA) 9:16.4
110 metres hurdles  José Telles da Conceição (BRA) 14.7  Carlos Mossa (BRA) 14.8  Teófilo Davis Bell (VEN) 14.9
400 metres hurdles  Juan Carlos Dyrzka (ARG) 50.9  Víctor Maldonado (VEN) 51.9  Anubes da Silva (BRA) 53.0
High Jump  Teodoro Palacios (GUA) 2.00  Roberto Abugattás (PER) 1.97  Júlio Fernandes (POR) 1.94
Pole Vault  Rolando Cruz (PUR) 4.50  Rubén Cruz (PUR) 4.20  Mario Eleusippi (ARG) 4.15
Long Jump  Luis Felipe Areta (ESP) 7.52  Pedro Almeida (POR) 7.48  Juan Muñoz (VEN) 7.33
Triple Jump  Luis Felipe Areta (ESP) 15.07  Rumildo Cruz (PUR) 14.63  Víctor Hernández (CUB) 14.61
Shot Put  Enrique Helf (ARG) 16.06  Cosme Di Cursi (ARG) 15.96  Antonio Lamua (ESP) 14.92
Discus Throw  Enrique Helf (ARG) 49.38  Dieter Gevert (CHI) 47.52  Ignacio Reinosa (PUR) 47.00
Hammer Throw  Eduardo Albuquerque (POR) 55.37  José María Elorriaga (ESP) 55.24  Enrique Samuells (CUB) 54.11
Javelin Throw  Alfonso de Andrés (ESP) 68.17  Ricardo Heber (ARG) 65.36  Jesús Rodríguez (VEN) 64.68
Decathlon  Héctor Thomas (VEN) 6630  Roberto Caravaca (VEN) 6133  Cleomenes da Cunha (BRA) 6000
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Joel Satow
Joel Costa
Afonso Coelho da Silva
José Telles da Conceição
41.2  Venezuela
Arquímedes Herrera
Lloyd Murad
Andrés Fawre
Rafael Romero
41.6  Argentina
Raúl Zabala
Carlos Biondi
Juan Bagnoli
Luis Vienna
41.6
4 x 400 metres relay  Venezuela
Arístides Pineda
Lloyd Murad
Víctor Maldonado
Hortensio Fucil
3:15.4  Puerto Rico
Enrique Montalvo
José Luis Villalongo
Gilberto Faberlle
Germán Guenard
3:16.4  Brazil
Ulises Laurindo dos Santos
José Telles da Conceição
Joel Carvalho Rocha
Anubes da Silva
3:16.5

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Miguelina Cobián (CUB) 12.3  Erica da Silva (BRA) 12.3  Nancy Correa (CHI) 12.4
200 metres  Miguelina Cobián (CUB) 25.3  Erica da Silva (BRA) 25.5  Ada Brener (ARG) 26.3
80 metres hurdles  Wanda dos Santos (BRA) 11.5  Graciela Paviotti (ARG) 11.5  Leda dos Santos (BRA) 11.9
High Jump  Aída dos Santos (BRA) 1.56  Maria da Conceição (BRA) 1.54  Smiljana Dezulovic (CHI) 1.48
Long Jump  Mabel Farina (ARG) 5.58  Graciela Paviotti (ARG) 5.55  Gisela Vidal (VEN) 5.40
Shot Put  Vera Trezoitko (BRA) 12.84  Ingeborg Pfuller (ARG) 12.54  Pradelia Delgado (CHI) 12.35
Discus Throw  Ingeborg Pfuller (ARG) 44.69  Caridad Aguero (CUB) 44.27  Myriam Yutronic (CHI) 42.38
Javelin Throw  Marlene Ahrens (CHI) 45.63  Maria Ventura (BRA) 42.24  Magdalena García (ARG) 38.97
4 x 100 metres relay  Chile
Gloria Mund
Carlota Ulloa
Nancy Correa
Marisol Massot
48.7  Argentina
Marta Buongiorno
Ada Brener
Emilia Dyrzka
Margarita Formeiro
48.9  Brazil
Wanda dos Santos
Wanda Moreira
Leda dos Santos
Erica da Silva
49.4

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Argentina 8 8 5 21
2  Brazil 5 5 7 17
3  Spain 4 4 4 12
4  Venezuela 4 3 5 12
5  Portugal 3 4 1 8
6  Puerto Rico 2 4 1 7
7  Chile 2 1 4 7
8  Cuba 2 1 2 5
9  Guatemala 1 0 0 1
10  Peru 0 1 0 1
11  Colombia 0 0 1 1
 Uruguay 0 0 1 1

Team trophies[edit]

The placing table for team trophy awarded to the 1st place overall team (men and women) was published.[1] Overall winner was  Argentina, winner at the men's competition was  Venezuela, and  Brazil won the title in the women's category.

Overall[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Points
1st  Argentina 186
2  Brazil 157
3  Venezuela 126
4  Spain 120
5  Portugal 88
6  Puerto Rico 79
7  Chile 75
8  Cuba 38
9  Guatemala 12
10  Uruguay 11
11  Colombia 10
12 Peru Perú 9

Participation[edit]

A total number of 349 athletes (287 men and 62 women) from 17 countries was reported to participate in the event.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c García, José María (May 2010), Mansilla, Ignacio, ed., II Juegos Atléticos Iberoamericanos - Madrid (PDF) (in Spanish) (4th ed.), Real Federación Española de Atletismo, pp. 69–78, ISBN 84 - 87704 - 77 - 8, retrieved February 27, 2013 
  2. ^ IBERO AMERICAN GAMES, Athletics Weekly, retrieved February 27, 2013