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 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.



Heat - 49.4 QF - 48.7 SF - 48.5


Heat - 1:55.1 SF - 1:54.8 Final - ?


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

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