Luis Felipe Areta
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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Areta and the second or maternal family name is Sampériz.
His personal best jump was 16.36 metres, achieved in July 1968 in Estocolmo. He had a better indoor mark with 16.47 metres, achieved at the 1968 European Indoor Games in Madrid. Both marks are former Spanish records.
|1963||Mediterranean Games||Naples, Italy||1st||Long jump|
|1964||Olympic Games||Tokyo, Japan||6th||Long jump|
|1967||Mediterranean Games||Tunis, Tunisia||1st||Triple jump|
|1968||European Indoor Games||Madrid, Spain||3rd||Triple jump||16.47 m = NRi|
|1971||European Indoor Championships||Sofia, Bulgaria||5th||Triple jump|
- Spanish all-time lists, men
- Nuestro Tiempo, University of Navarra, 09.2008
- Mediterranean Games - GBR Athletics
- 1968 European Indoor Games, men's triple jump final - Die Leichtatletik-Statistik-Seite
- 1971 European Indoor Championships, men's triple jump final - Die Leichtatletik-Statistik-Seite
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