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Finland at the 1960 Summer Olympics

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IOC code  FIN
Flag bearer  Eeles Landström
Finland at the 1960 Summer Olympics
NOC  Finnish Olympic Committee
Website  sport.fi/olympiakomitea (Finnish) (Swedish)
Competitors  117 (107 men and 10 women) in 14 sports
Medals Ranked 17th  Gold Silver Bronze Total 1 1 3 5

Finland competed at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, Italy. 117 competitors, 107 men and 10 women, took part in 92 events in 14 sports.

Contents

Gold

  • Eugen Ekman — Gymnastics, Men's Pommeled Horse
  • Silver

  • Pentti Linnosvuo — Shooting, Rapid-Fire Pistol (Mixed)
  • Bronze

  • Eeles Landström — Athletics, Men's Pole Vault
  • Jorma Limmonen — Boxing, Men's Featherweight
  • Veli Lehtelä and Toimi Pitkänen — Rowing, Men's Coxless Pairs
  • Cycling

    Four male cyclists represented Finland in 1960.

    Individual road race
  • Paul Nyman
  • Raimo Honkanen
  • Unto Hautalahti
  • Matti Herronen
  • Team time trial
  • Paul Nyman
  • Unto Hautalahti
  • Raimo Honkanen
  • Matti Herronen
  • Sprint
  • Paul Nyman
  • 1000m time trial
  • Paul Nyman
  • Fencing

    Six fencers, four men and two women, represented Finland in 1960.

    Men's épée
  • Rolf Wiik
  • Kaj Czarnecki
  • Kalevi Pakarinen
  • Men's team épée
  • Kaj Czarnecki, Kurt Lindeman, Rolf Wiik, Kalevi Pakarinen
  • Women's foil
  • Marjatta Moulin
  • Barbara Helsingius
  • Modern pentathlon

    Three male pentathletes represented Finland in 1960.

    Individual
  • Kurt Lindeman
  • Berndt Katter
  • Eero Lohi
  • Team
  • Kurt Lindeman
  • Berndt Katter
  • Eero Lohi
  • Shooting

    Eight shooters represented Finland in 1980.

    25 m pistol
  • Pentti Linnosvuo
  • Kalle Sievänen
  • 50 m pistol
  • Pentti Linnosvuo
  • Kaarle Pekkala
  • 300 m rifle, three positions
  • Vilho Ylönen
  • Esa Kervinen
  • 50 m rifle, three positions
  • Esa Kervinen
  • Pauli Janhonen
  • 50 m rifle, prone
  • Vilho Ylönen
  • Jussi Nordqvist
  • Trap
  • Väinö Broman
  • References

    Finland at the 1960 Summer Olympics Wikipedia


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