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29 Sep 1927 São Paulo, Brazil
178 cm / 69 kg 5'10'' / 151 Pfund
Mann

Adhemar da Silva was born to a poor family and did not take up athletics until he was 19, but his talent was soon noticed by German coach Dietrich Gerner, who guided him throughout his career. Da Silva was already selected for the 1948 Brazilian Olympic team, where he finished eighth in the triple jump. In December 1950 he equaled the triple jump world record of 16.00, set by Naoto Tajima at the 1936 Olympics and won triple jump gold at the 1951 Pan American Games before setting a world record of 16.01 in September 1951, which stamped him as...

Adhemar in Zahlen

4
Olympische Spiele
Olympische Spiele
2
Medaillen
Goldmedaille:2 Silbermedaille: Bronzemedaille:
  • Rom
    Rom 1960
    Spiele
    Ergebnisse
    Sportart
    Wettbewerb
    Rom
    Rom 1960
    • 14
      Athletics
      Triple Jump
  • Melbourne
    Melbourne 1956
    Spiele
    Ergebnisse
    Sportart
    Wettbewerb
    Melbourne
    Melbourne 1956
    • 1 Goldmedaille
      Athletics
      Triple Jump
  • Helsinki
    Helsinki 1952
    Spiele
    Ergebnisse
    Sportart
    Wettbewerb
    Helsinki
    Helsinki 1952
    • 1 Goldmedaille
      Athletics
      Triple Jump
  • London
    London 1948
    Spiele
    Ergebnisse
    Sportart
    Wettbewerb
    London
    London 1948
    • 8
      Athletics
      Triple Jump

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