Juan Carlos Anderson

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Juan Carlos Anderson
Juan Carlos Andesrson - El Gráfico 897.jpg
Anderson in a 1936 edition of El Gráfico
Personal information
Nationality Argentinian
Born January 9, 1913
Sport
Sport Track and field athletics
Event(s) 400m, 800m
Club Capital Federal
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s) 400m - 48.4 (1934) 800m - 1.54.2 (1934)

Juan Carlos Anderson (born January 9, 1913) was an Argentinian athlete who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics. He reached the semi-finals of the 400 metres and finished fifth, after coming second in both the heats and the quarter-finals. He had more success in the 800 metres: reaching the final and coming seventh.[1] After winning his heat he received a bye, meaning he did not have to compete in the quarter-final. He finished third in the semi-final.


Times

400m

Heat - 49.4 QF - 48.7 SF - 48.5

800m

Heat - 1:55.1 SF - 1:54.8 Final - ?

References

  1. ^ Wallechinsky, David (2000). The complete book of the Olympics. Aurum. p. 35. ISBN 9781854106926.


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