|Puerto Rico at the|
1952 Summer Olympics
|NOC||Puerto Rico Olympic Committee|
|Competitors||21 (21 men, 0 women) in 4 sports|
|Flag bearer|| Jaime Annexy |
|Summer Olympics appearances (overview)|
Puerto Rico competed at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland. 21 competitors, all men, took part in 19 events in 4 sports.
|Event||Athletes||Heat Round 1||Heat Round 2||Semifinal||Final|
|400 m||Frank Rivera||49.3||=39||Did not advance|
|800 m||Frank Rivera||1:57.6||=43||Did not advance|
|110 m hurdles||Téofilo Colón Molinaris||15.2||19||Did not advance|
|Juan Lebrón González||15.4||=22||Did not advance|
|400 m hurdles||Amadeo Francis||54.0||=9||Did not advance|
|Triple jump||Francisco Castro||13.37||35||Did not advance|
|Shot put||Ramón Rosario Rodríguez||14.21||16||Did not advance|
|Javelin throw||Reinaldo Luis Oliver Martínez||52.40||25||Did not advance|
|Hammer throw||Jaime Annexy Fajardo||NM||Did not advance|
|Athlete||Event||Round of 32||Round of 16||Quarterfinals||Semifinals||Final|
|Pablo Lugo||Flyweight (-51 kg)||L PTS 1:2||Did not advance|
|Ángel Figueroa||Bantamweight (51-54 kg)||W PTS 3:0||L PTS 0:3||Did not advance|
|Juan Curet||Light-welterweight (60-63.5 kg)||W KO R2||L PTS 0:3||Did not advance|
PTS = Points
KO = Knockout
R = Round
Five shooters represented Puerto Rico in 1952.
|Ernesto Rivera||25 m pistol||546||29|
|Alberto Guerrero||50 m pistol||517||27|
|José Ángel Galiñanes||Trap||117||39|
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