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Men's Triple Jump

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Host City: Tokyo, Japan
Venue(s): National Stadium, Shinjuku, Tokyo
Date Started: October 16, 1964
Date Finished: October 16, 1964

Gold: POL Józef Szmidt
Silver: URS Oleg Fedoseyev
Bronze: URS Viktor Kravchenko


[Józef Szmidt] was back to defend, but he had surgery on his knee only a few months before the Olympics and it was not expected he could win. He had won the 1958 and 1962 European Championships and was still world record holder, but his knee was the question mark. Round one was led by Britain's [Fred Alsop], third at the 1962 Commonwealth Games. But Szmidt confirmed his form in round two with 16.65 (54-7½), which was good enough to win the gold. He improved that in the final round with an Olympic record 16.85 (55-3½). The silver was won by [Oleg Fedoseyev] (URS), who had won bronze at the 1962 Europeans.

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Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal
1 Józef Szmidt 29 Poland POL Gold OR
2 Oleg Fedoseyev 28 Soviet Union URS Silver
3 Viktor Kravchenko 23 Soviet Union URS Bronze
4 Fred Alsop 25 Great Britain GBR
5 Șerban Ciochină 24 Romania ROU
6 Manfred Hinze 31 Germany GER
7 Georgi Stoykovski 23 Bulgaria BUL
8 Hans-Jürgen Rückborn 24 Germany GER
9 Ira Davis 28 United States USA
10 Takayuki Okazaki 24 Japan JPN
11 Bill Sharpe 32 United States USA
12 Jan Jaskólski 24 Poland POL
13 Mansour Dia 23 Senegal SEN
14 QR Günter Krivec 22 Germany GER
15 QR Ian Tomlinson 28 Australia AUS
16 QR Vitold Kreyer 31 Soviet Union URS
17 QR Koji Sakurai 28 Japan JPN
18 QR Mike Ralph 26 Great Britain GBR
19 QR Henrik Kalocsai 23 Hungary HUN
20 QR Luis Felipe Areta 22 Spain ESP
21 QR Kent Floerke 28 United States USA
22 QR George Ogan 26 Nigeria NGR
23 QR Aşkın Tuna 24 Turkey TUR
24 QR Christian Ohiri 26 Nigeria NGR
25 QR Éric Battista 31 France FRA
26 QR Labh Singh 25 India IND
27 QR Lyuben Gurgushinov 32 Bulgaria BUL
28 QR Marc Rabémila 26 Madagascar MAD
29 QR Hartley Saunders 20 Bahamas BAH
30 QR Hwang Jeong-Dae 24 South Korea KOR
31 QR Samir Vincent 23 Iraq IRQ
32 QR Chu Ming 32 Hong Kong HKG
AC QR Graham Boase 22 Australia AUS
AC QR Tomio Ota 27 Japan JPN