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Mexico at the 1948 London Summer Games

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Host City: London, Great Britain (July 26, 1948 to August 14, 1948)
Opening Ceremony: July 29, 1948
Closing Ceremony: August 14, 1948

Events for Mexico: 57 in 14 sports
Participants for Mexico: 88 (81 men and 7 women)
Youngest Participant for Mexico: César Borja (13 years, 319 days)
Oldest Participant for Mexico: Gilberto Martínez (51 years, 182 days)
Most Medals for Mexico (Athlete): Humberto Mariles (3 medals)

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88 Athletes

Rk Athlete Gender Age Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Humberto Mariles Male 35 Equestrianism 2 1 3
2 Rubén Uriza Male 28 Equestrianism 1 1 2
3 Alberto Valdés, Sr. Male 29 Equestrianism 1 1
4 Raúl Campero Male 28 Equestrianism 1 1
5 Joaquín Capilla Male 19 Diving 1 1
6 Joaquín Solano Male 35 Equestrianism 1 1
7 Mudo Acuña Male 29 Basketball
8 Dario Aguilar Male Gymnastics
9 Jorge Aguirre Male Athletics
10 José Alanis Male Shooting
11 Martín Alarcón Male Athletics
12 Isaac Alfaro Male Basketball
13 Eduardo Assam Male 29 Wrestling
14 Hugo Banda Male Weightlifting
15 Ibone Belausteguigoitia Female 18 Diving
16 Delmiro Bernal Male Wrestling
17 Alberto Bienvenu Male Basketball
18 César Borja Male 13 Swimming
19 Nadia Boudesoque Female 30 Fencing
20 Ramón Bravo Male 22 Swimming
21 Magda Bruggemann Female Swimming
22 Francisco Bustamente Male 40 Shooting
23 José Cabrera Male Basketball
24 Raúl Cárdenas Male 19 Football
25 Jorge Cardiel Male 24 Basketball
26 Apolonio Castillo Male 27 Swimming
27 Jorge Castro Male Gymnastics
28 Alberto Cordoba Male Football
29 José de la Torre Male 35 Shooting
30 Rodolfo Díaz Male 30 Basketball
31 Helga Diederichsen Female 17 Swimming
32 Eduardo Estrada Male Wrestling
33 Fernando Figueroa Male Football
34 Francisco Galindo Male Basketball
35 Ricardo García Male Modern Pentathlon
36 Eduardo Garduño Male 19 Football
37 Francisco González Male Athletics
38 Gabriel Gracida Male 48 Equestrianism
39 Alfredo Grisi Male Fencing
40 Jorge Gudiño Male 28 Basketball
41 Héctor Guerrero Male 21 Basketball
42 Rosa Gutiérrez Female Diving
43 Tonatiuh Gutiérrez Male 18 Swimming
44 Antonio Haro Male 37 Fencing
45 Placido Herrera Male Cycling
46 Gustavo Huet Male 35 Shooting
47 Alberto Isaac Male 25 Swimming
48 Rubén Lira Male Gymnastics
49 Emilio López Male 24 Basketball
50 Oscar Lozano Male 19 Shooting
51 Fidel Luña Male Fencing
52 Angel Maldonado Male Swimming
53 Diego Mariscal Male 22 Diving
54 Gilberto Martínez Male 51 Shooting
55 Enriqueta Mayora Female 27 Fencing
56 Clemente Mejía Male 19 Swimming
57 Emilio Meraz Male 39 Fencing
58 José Mercado Male 19 Football
59 Carlos Monges Male 22 Athletics
60 Ernesto Montemayor, Sr. Male 40 Shooting
61 José Nozari Male Shooting
62 Edel Ojeda Male 19 Boxing
63 José Luis Pérez Male Wrestling
64 Francisco Quintero Male 25 Football
65 Alejandro Quiroz Male Modern Pentathlon
66 Benito Ramos Male 30 Fencing
67 Everardo Rios Male Gymnastics
68 Francisco Rodríguez Male 32 Cycling
69 Gabino Rodríguez Male Cycling
70 Guillermo Rodríguez Male Athletics
71 Jorge Rodríguez Male Football
72 José Rodríguez Male Football
73 José Reyes Rodríguez Male 42 Shooting
74 Fernando Rojas Male 24 Basketball
75 José Rojas Male 24 Basketball
76 Adolfo Romero Male Cycling
77 Ignacio Romo Male 24 Basketball
78 Armando Rueda Male 19 Weightlifting
79 Emma Ruíz Female 26 Fencing
80 Jorge Ruiz Male Football
81 Marcelino Salas Male Weightlifting
82 Mario Sánchez Male Football
83 Josué Santos Male 32 Basketball
84 Manuel Solis Male Cycling
85 Gustavo Somohano Male Diving
86 Carlos Thompson Male Football
87 Francisco Valero Male 42 Fencing
88 Nicolas Villareal Male Gymnastics

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