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Francisco Lozano

Full name: Francisco Lozano Borgoni
Nickname(s): Camarón
Gender: Male
Born: May 19, 1932
Died: November 11, 2008 in Ciudad de México, Ciudad de México, Mexico
Country: MEX Mexico
Sport: Cycling

Biography

Francisco Lozano was nicknamed Camarón, or shrimp, and was somewhat of a "hare", escaping early to let other cyclists try and catch him, allowing his team mates to win. He competed 9 times in the Vuelta de Mexico, with a 4th classification as his best. He was a decent track sprinter as well. At the Pan American Games he won bronze with the 4000 metre pursuit team (with the non-Olympians Viviano Gónzalez and Rubén Ramírez) in 1955 and two silver in the road race as well as in the road race team competition (with Filiberto Mercado and Jacinto Brito) in 1959. Lozano later worked for the Mexican Social Security and the Mexican army as a technician.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1952 Summer 20 Helsinki Cycling Men's Road Race, Individual Mexico MEX AC DNF
1952 Summer 20 Helsinki Cycling Men's Road Race, Team Mexico MEX AC DNF
1956 Summer 24 Melbourne Cycling Men's Road Race, Individual Mexico MEX AC DNF
1956 Summer 24 Melbourne Cycling Men's Road Race, Team Mexico MEX AC DNF

Men's Road Race, Individual

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank
1952 Summer 20 Helsinki Cycling Mexico Final Standings AC DNF
1956 Summer 24 Melbourne Cycling Mexico Final Standings AC DNF

Men's Road Race, Team

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank TT TP
1952 Summer 20 Helsinki Cycling Mexico MEX Final Standings AC DNF AC/DNF
1956 Summer 24 Melbourne Cycling Mexico MEX Final Standings AC DNF AC/DNF
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