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Chile at the 1952 Helsinki Summer Games

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Host City: Helsinki, Finland (July 14, 1952 to August 3, 1952)
Opening Ceremony: July 19, 1952
Closing Ceremony: August 3, 1952

Events for Chile: 33 in 9 sports
Participants for Chile: 59 (55 men and 4 women)
Youngest Participant for Chile: Julio Vial (19 years, 15 days)
Oldest Participant for Chile: Enrique Ojeda (48 years, 142 days)
Most Medals for Chile (Athlete): Óscar Cristi (2 medals)

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59 Athletes

Rk Athlete Gender Age Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Óscar Cristi Male 36 Equestrianism 2 2
2 Ricardo Echeverría Male 34 Equestrianism 1 1
3 César Mendoza Male 33 Equestrianism 1 1
4 Carlos Adueza Male 20 Rowing
5 Justo Albornoz Male 26 Football
6 Pedro Araya Male 26 Basketball
7 Hernán Avilés Male 22 Swimming
8 Rufino Bernedo Male 25 Basketball
9 Juan Bizama Male Shooting
10 Luis Carmona Male 29 Modern Pentathlon
11 Luis Celedón Male 25 Athletics
12 Héctor Clavel Male 31 Equestrianism
13 Eduardo Cordero Male 30 Basketball
14 Héctor Droguett Male 27 Cycling
15 Hugo Fernández Male 21 Basketball
16 Exequiel Figueroa Male Basketball
17 Hernán Figueroa Male 24 Athletics
18 Nilo Floody Male 30 Modern Pentathlon
19 Hernán Fuentes Male 34 Modern Pentathlon
20 Juan José Gallo Male 27 Basketball
21 José García Male 21 Football
22 Jörn Gevert Male 23 Athletics
23 Rubén González Male 24 Football
24 Hernán Haddad Male 23 Athletics
25 Marion Huber Female Athletics
26 Raúl Inostroza Male 30 Athletics
27 Fernando Jara Male 21 Football
28 Irenio Jara Male 22 Football
29 Ernesto Lagos Male 22 Athletics
30 José Larraín Male 35 Equestrianism
31 Luis Leal Male 22 Football
32 Mario Leuenberg Male 28 Equestrianism
33 Victor Mahaña Male 29 Basketball
34 Eric Mahn Male 27 Basketball
35 Gerda Martín Female 24 Athletics
36 Hernán Masanés Male 20 Cycling
37 Domingo Massaro Male 24 Football
38 Arturo Melcher Male 30 Athletics
39 Héctor Mellado Male 27 Cycling
40 Adriana Millard Female 25 Athletics
41 Hugo Miranda Male 26 Cycling
42 Rolando Mosqueira Male 31 Equestrianism
43 Edmundo Ohacho Male 25 Athletics
44 Enrique Ojeda Male 48 Shooting
45 Juan Ostoic Male 21 Basketball
46 Domingo Pillado Male 24 Football
47 Hernán Raffo Male 23 Basketball
48 Hernán Ramos Male 23 Basketball
49 Manuel Roa Male 23 Football
50 Álvaro Salvadores Male 23 Basketball
51 Ernesto Silva Male 31 Equestrianism
52 Orlando Silva Male 23 Basketball
53 Guillermo Solá Male 23 Athletics
54 Edith Thomas Female 25 Athletics
55 Jaime Vásquez Male 22 Football
56 Carlos Vera Male 23 Athletics
57 Julio Vial Male 19 Football
58 Hernán Vigil Male 41 Equestrianism
59 Pedro Yoma Male 25 Athletics

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