Antonio Silio

Antonio Fabián Silio Alaguire (born 9 May 1966) is a retired long-distance runner from Argentina. He competed in three editions of the World Championships in Athletics (1991 to 1995), racing in the 10,000 metres.

Antonio Silio
Personal information
Born9 May 1966 (1966-05-09) (age 54)
Nogoyá, Entre Ríos, Argentina
Medal record

He won the bronze medal in the men's 5000 metres at the 1991 Pan American Games in Havana, Cuba. He also won the 1995 edition of the Hamburg Marathon, clocking 2:09:57.

Prior to his career in track and road running, he competed in cross country and won medals at the South American Cross Country Championships. He won a silver in 1987, the gold in 1988 and a bronze in 1989.[1]

Personal bestsEdit

Distance Time Location Date
3000 m 7:50.15 Jerez, Spain 3 September 1990
5000 m 13:19.64 Rome, Italy 17 July 1991
10,000 m 27:38.72 Brussels, Belgium 3 September 1993
10K run 27:52 Copenhagen, Denmark 19 August 1990
15K run 42:59 Uster, Switzerland 27 September 1998
Half marathon 1:00:45 Uster, Switzerland 27 September 1998
25K run 1:16:13 Ōtsu, Japan 3 March 1996
30K run 1:31:30 Ōtsu, Japan 3 March 1996
Marathon 2:09:57 Hamburg, Germany 30 April 1995

International competitionsEdit

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing   Argentina
1986 South American Games Santiago, Chile 3rd 5000 m
1987 Pan American Games Indianapolis, United States 6th 5000 m 14:13.44
1990 Ibero-American Championships Manaus, Brazil 3rd 5000 m 13:59.18
1st 10,000 m 29:27.61
1991 Pan American Games Havana, Cuba 3rd 5000 m 14:02.72
1992 World Half Marathon Championships Newcastle, United Kingdom 2nd Half marathon 1:00:40
Ibero-American Championships Seville, Spain 4th 5000 m 14:00.97
1994 Ibero-American Championships Mar del Plata, Argentina 7th 5000 m 14:19.68
10,000 m DNF
1995 Pan American Games Mar del Plata, Argentina 7th 10,000 m 29:44.61
Hamburg Marathon Hamburg, Germany 1st Marathon 2:09:57
1996 Olympic Games Atlanta, United States Marathon DNF
1999 Pan American Games Winnipeg, Canada 10,000 m DNF

ReferencesEdit

  • "All-Time Performances- 4 miles Road". ARRS.net. Association of Road Racing Statisticians.
  1. ^ Continental Cross Country Championships and Cups. GBR Athletics. Retrieved on 2010-03-02.

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