Portugal at the 1952 Summer Olympics

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Portugal at the
1952 Summer Olympics
Flag of Portugal.svg
IOC code POR
NOC Olympic Committee of Portugal
Website www.comiteolimpicoportugal.pt (Portuguese)
in Helsinki
Competitors 71 (68 men and 3 women) in 10 sports
Flag bearer Máximo Couto (Water polo)
Medals
Ranked 40th
Gold Silver Bronze Total
0 0 1 1
Officials 2
Summer Olympics appearances (overview)

Portugal competed at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland.

A delegation of 71 competitors, 68 men and 3 women, took part in 45 events in 10 sports.[1] The sailing team won the nation's only medal at these Olympics (bronze). For the first time, Portugal participated in the Gymnastics events and, also for the first time, with three female competitors.

Medalists[edit]

Med 3.png Bronze[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Men's 100m:

Men's 200m:

Men's 400m:

Men's 400m Hurdles:

Men's 4 × 100 m Relay:

Men's Triple Jump:

Men's Decathlon:

Equestrianism[edit]

Men's Individual Dressage:

Men's Team Dressage:

Men's Individual Eventing:

Men's Team Eventing:

Men's Individual Jumping:

Men's Team Jumping:

Fencing[edit]

Ten fencers, all men, represented Portugal in 1952.

Men's épée
Men's team épée
Men's sabre
Men's team sabre

Gymnastics[edit]

Men's Individual Competition:

  • A. Araújo Leite — 178th (77,85 points)
    1. Floor — 151st (15,50)
    2. Rings — 159th (15,15)
    3. Pommeled Horse — 157th (12,85)
    4. Long Horse — 180th (11,25)
    5. Parallel Bars — 177th (12,85)
    6. Horizontal Bar — 174th (10,25)
  • Joaquim Santa Marta Granger — 162nd (88,50 points)
    1. Floor — 153rd (15,45)
    2. Rings — 107th (17,05)
    3. Pommeled Horse — 171st (11,30)
    4. Long Horse — 178th (13,25)
    5. Parallel Bars — 139th (16,25)
    6. Horizontal Bar — 145th (15,20)
  • M. Prazeres — 173rd (84,50 points)
    1. Floor — 166th (14,75)
    2. Rings — 177th (12,60)
    3. Pommeled Horse — 113th (15,80)
    4. Long Horse — 142nd (16,90)
    5. Parallel Bars — 175th (13,15)
    6. Horizontal Bar — 171st (11,30)
  • M. Robalo Gouveia — 146th (93,35 points)
    1. Floor — 126th (16,35)
    2. Rings — 131st (16,00)
    3. Pommeled Horse — 167th (11,55)
    4. Long Horse — 110th (17,65)
    5. Parallel Bars — 164th (14,65)
    6. Horizontal Bar — 109th (16,75)
  • M. Seara Cardoso — 183rd (61,50 points)
    1. Floor — 159th (15,10)
    2. Rings — 181st (9,80)
    3. Pommeled Horse — 173rd (10,85)
    4. Long Horse — 184th (5,65)
    5. Parallel Bars — 179th (10,00)
    6. Horizontal Bar — 176th (10,10)
  • Raul Caldeira — 174th (82,80 points)
    1. Floor — 129th (16,30)
    2. Rings — 178th (11,10)
    3. Pommeled Horse — 169th (11,45)
    4. Long Horse — 172nd (14,55)
    5. Parallel Bars — 173rd (13,25)
    6. Horizontal Bar — 126th (16,15)

Men's Team Competition:

Women's Individual Competition:

  • Dália Vairinho Cunha — 109th (65,08 points)
    1. Floor — 113th (16,53)
    2. Vault — 96th (16,50)
    3. Parallel Bars — 123rd (14,69)
    4. Balance Beam — 86th (17,36)
  • Maria Silva Amorim — 124th (62,29 points)
    1. Floor — 123rd (16,23)
    2. Vault — 106th (16,20)
    3. Parallel Bars — 131st (12,50)
    4. Balance Beam — 86th (17,36)
  • Natália Cunha e Silva — 133rd (50,16 points)
    1. Floor — 133rd (14,29)
    2. Vault — 128th (14,52)
    3. Parallel Bars — 129th (13,79)
    4. Balance Beam — 133rd (7,36)

Modern pentathlon[edit]

Three male pentathletes represented Portugal in 1952.

Men's Individual Competition:

  • António Janet — 48th (210 points)
    1. Horse-riding — 48 points
    2. Fencing — 26 points
    3. Shooting — 43 points
    4. Swimming — 47 points (6:16,3)
    5. Cross-country — 46 points (17:46,8)
  • José Pereira — 46th (197 points)
    1. Horse-riding — 21 points
    2. Fencing — 48 points
    3. Shooting — 31 points
    4. Swimming — 49 points (7:26,2)
    5. Cross-country — 48 points (18:04,2)
  • Ricardo Durão — 41st (179 points)
    1. Horse-riding — 31 points
    2. Fencing — 16 points
    3. Shooting — 35 points
    4. Swimming — 48 points (7:07,7)
    5. Cross-country — 49 points (18:04,5)

Men's Team Competition:

Rowing[edit]

Men's Eights:

Sailing[edit]

Men's 5,5m:

Men's Dragon:

Men's Finn:

Men's Star:

Shooting[edit]

Four shooters represented Portugal in 1952.

25 m pistol
50 m rifle, three positions
50 m rifle, prone

Swimming[edit]

Men's 100m Freestyle:

Men's 400m Freestyle:

Men's 100m Backstroke:

Men's 200m Breaststroke:

Water polo[edit]

Men's competition:

Officials[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Portugal at the 1952 Helsinki Summer Games". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2010-09-24. 

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