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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Ríos and the second or maternal family name is Ortega.
|2000||Olympic Games||Sydney||18th||10,000 m|
|2001||World Cross Country Championships||Ostend, Belgium||35th||Short race|
|World Championships||Edmonton, Canada||6th||10,000 m|
|2002||European Championships||Munich, Germany||3rd||10,000 m|
|2003||World Cross Country Championships||Lausanne, Switzerland||21st||Short race|
|2004||Lake Biwa Marathon||Ōtsu, Japan||1st||Marathon|
|Olympic Games||Athens, Greece||27th||Marathon|
|2006||Lake Biwa Marathon||Ōtsu, Japan||1st||Marathon|
|European Championships||Gothenburg, Sweden||DNF||Marathon|
|2007||World Championships||Osaka, Japan||17th||Marathon|
- 3000 metres – 7:42.08 min (2002)
- 5000 metres – 13:07.59 min (2000)
- 10,000 metres – 27:22.20 min (2000)
- Marathon – 2:07:42 hrs (2004)
- Nakamura, Ken (6 March 2006). Jose Rios wins the 61st Lake Biwa Marathon , IAAF.org; retrieved 15 March 2015.
- 2001 World Cross Country Championships, men's long race Archived 16 October 2007 at the Wayback Machine.
- 2003 World Cross Country Championships, men's long race Archived 16 October 2007 at the Wayback Machine.
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