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Belgium at the 1972 München Summer Games

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Host City: München, West Germany (August 26, 1972 to September 11, 1972)
Opening Ceremony: August 26, 1972
Closing Ceremony: September 11, 1972

Events for Belgium: 51 in 14 sports
Participants for Belgium: 88 (82 men and 6 women)
Youngest Participant for Belgium: Rudi Vingerhoets (14 years, 119 days)
Oldest Participant for Belgium: Robert Houman (44 years, 335 days)
Most Medals for Belgium (Athlete): Karel Lismont and Miel Puttemans (1 medal)

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88 Athletes

Rk Athlete Gender Age Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Karel Lismont Male 23 Athletics 1 1
2 Miel Puttemans Male 24 Athletics 1 1
3 André Baeyens Male 25 Archery
4 Constant Bens Male 30 Wrestling
5 Chris Binet Male 35 Shooting
6 Charly Bouvy Male 29 Hockey
7 Jos Broeckx Male 20 Canoeing
8 Jean-Marie Buisset Male 34 Hockey
9 Jean-Pierre Burny Male 27 Canoeing
10 Robert Cogniaux Male 38 Archery
11 Philippe Collin Male 26 Hockey
12 Francis Cornet Male 25 Shooting
13 Jean-Marie D'Haese Male 23 Canoeing
14 Leon Daelemans Male 23 Cycling
15 Jos Daman Male 26 Archery
16 Jean Damman Male 22 Equestrianism
17 Roger De Beukelaer Male 21 Cycling
18 Dirk De Bock Male 27 Sailing
19 Charles De Bondsridder Male 29 Sailing
20 Lucien De Brauwere Male 21 Cycling
21 Michel De Saedeleer Male 23 Hockey
22 Paul De Weert Male 26 Rowing
23 Guy Defraigne Male 14 Rowing
24 André Dehertoghe Male 31 Athletics
25 Claude Dehombreux Male 32 Rowing
26 Ludo Delcroix Male 21 Cycling
27 François Deley Male 16 Swimming
28 Michel Deville Male 26 Hockey
29 Daniel Dupont Male 26 Hockey
30 Régis Ghesquière Male 23 Athletics
31 Patrick Gillard Male 24 Hockey
32 Jean-François Gilles Male 26 Hockey
33 René Goris Male 26 Athletics
34 Walter Haverhals Male 24 Sailing
35 Freddy Herbrand Male 28 Athletics
36 Gustaaf Hermans Male 21 Cycling
37 Albert Heyche Male 23 Rowing
38 Robert Houman Male 44 Shooting
39 Frans Lafortune Male 39 Shooting
40 Gustaaf Lauwereins Male 31 Judo
41 Claudine le Comte Female 22 Fencing
42 Marc Legros Male 26 Hockey
43 Jacques Leloup Male 20 Swimming
44 Roger Lespagnard Male 25 Athletics
45 Leslie MacPhail Male 20 Judo
46 Freddy Maertens Male 20 Cycling
47 François Mathy Male 27 Equestrianism
48 Robert Maveau Male 27 Cycling
49 Herman Mignon Male 21 Athletics
50 Guy Miserque Male 27 Hockey
51 Marc Moens Male 29 Canoeing
52 Jean-Claude Moraux Male 21 Hockey
53 Béatrice Mottoulle Female 16 Swimming
54 Herman Naegels Male 29 Canoeing
55 Willy Polleunis Male 24 Athletics
56 Serge Reding Male 30 Weightlifting
57 Guy Rénard Male 38 Shooting
58 Gaston Roelants Male 35 Athletics
59 Jacques Rogge Male 30 Sailing
60 Rosine Roland Female 23 Canoeing
61 Raoul Ronsmans Male 22 Hockey
62 Edgard Salvé Male 26 Athletics
63 Pierre Smets Male 22 Judo
64 Manu Snellinx Male 24 Cycling
65 Noël Soetaert Male 22 Cycling
66 Armand Solie Male 28 Hockey
67 Paul Stinckens Male 19 Canoeing
68 Eric Stoupel Male 23 Hockey
69 Roger t'Joncke Male 27 Canoeing
70 Paul Thijs Male 26 Athletics
71 Françoise Thiry Female 27 Equestrianism
72 Jean Toussaint Male 26 Hockey
73 Gustaaf Van Cauter Male 24 Cycling
74 Robert Van De Weyer Male 26 Judo
75 Wilfried Van Herck Male 26 Rowing
76 Harry Van Landeghem Male 23 Wrestling
77 Alex Van Linden Male 20 Cycling
78 Frank Van Looy Male 22 Cycling
79 Walter Van Renterghem Male 28 Athletics
80 Carl-Eric Vanderborght Male 21 Hockey
81 Marleen Verheuen Female 17 Athletics
82 Louis Verreydt Male 21 Cycling
83 Rudi Vingerhoets Male 14 Swimming
84 Eric Wauters Male 21 Equestrianism
85 Maggy Wauters Female 18 Athletics
86 Wilfried Wesemael Male 22 Cycling
87 Jean-André Zembsch Male 22 Hockey
88 André Zoltan Male 27 Shooting

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