Uganda at the 1956 Summer Olympics
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|Uganda at the
1956 Summer Olympics
|NOC||Uganda Olympic Committee|
|Competitors||3 in 1 sport|
|Summer Olympics appearances (overview)|
- Benjamin Nguda competed in the 100 metres, where he won his first round heat but was knocked out in the second round; and in the 200 metres, where he failed to progress beyond the first round.
- Patrick Etolu competed in the high jump, where he came equal 12th with a height of 1.96m.
- Lawrence Ogwang competed in the long jump, where he failed to qualify for the final; and in the triple jump, where he came 20th with a distance of 14.72m.
|Benjamin Nguda||100 m||10.7 Q||1||12.8||6||Did not advance|
|200 m||Time not taken||7||Did not advance|
|Patrick Etolu||High Jump||1.92 Q||7||N/A||1.96||12|
|Lawrence Ogwang||Long Jump||6.62||27||Did not advance|
|Triple Jump||14.95 Q||14||14.72||20|
- Official Olympic Report (PDF)
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