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Alfredo Goyeneche

Full name: Alfredo Goyeneche Moreno
Gender: Male
Height: 5-9 (176 cm)
Weight: 159 lbs (72 kg)
Born: December 15, 1937 in San Sebastián, Guipúzcoa, Spain
Died: March 16, 2002 in Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Title: Count de Guaqu, Count de Casa Saavedra, Marquis de Artasona, Marquis de Villafuerte
Country: ESP Spain
Sport: Equestrianism

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Biography

Alfredo Goyeneche was an equestrian rider who won a bronze medal in 1956 at the European Junior Championships, and also competed at the 1960 Roma Olympics. He later served as President of the Spanish Equestrian Federation from 1981-87. He was an engineer as his profession, but also served as President of the Spanish Olympic Committee from 1998-2002. He had been vice-president of that organization from 1981-87, an important time in which he had a major role in the planning for the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. Goyeneche was made a member of the IOC in 2000, but had little role in the organization because of his tragic, early death in a car accident in March 2002.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1960 Summer 22 Roma Equestrianism Mixed Jumping, Team Spain ESP AC DNF

Mixed Jumping, Team

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Horse Phase Unit Rank F
1960 Summer 22 Roma Equestrianism Spain ESP Duncan Final Standings AC DNF 48.00
1960 Summer 22 Roma Equestrianism Spain ESP Duncan Round One AC DNF
1960 Summer 22 Roma Equestrianism Spain ESP Duncan Round Two AC DNF
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