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Eduardo Albelo

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National team  Argentina
Sport  Swimming
Country  Argentina
Died  11 February 2016

Carlos Eduardo Albelo Brea (ca. 1940 - 11 February 2016 Buenos Aires) was an athlete, a lawyer and leader Argentine sports. As an athlete he specialized in adapted table tennis, wheelchair basketball, athletics and swimming, standing out as one of Paralympic medalists your country. He represented Argentina two Paralympic Games, Tokyo in 1964, where he won a silver medal in wheelchair basketball, and Tel Aviv in 1968, where he competed in athletics and swimming.

As a sports leader stood out for being the founder in 1997 and president since Argentina Association of Adapted Tennis (AATA). also was founding in 2004 and leader of the Argentine Paralympic Committee (COPAR).

For its sporting achievements was recognized in Argentina as a Master of sports.

Career

Eduardo Albelo was a member of the Argentine team that won the silver medal in the 1964 Summer Paralympic games in Tokyo with Héctor Brandoni, Fernando Bustelli, Jorge Diz, Wilmer Gonzalez, Juan Grusovin, Roberto Iglesias, Federico Marin, Rodolfo Novoa, Juan Sznitowski and Dante Tosi.6

References

Eduardo Albelo Wikipedia


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