Alberto Juzdado

Alberto Juzdado (Alberto Juzdado López, born August 20, 1966 in Madrid ) is a former Spanish marathoner.

His first major success was the second place at the San Sebastian Marathon 1989. Three years later, he repeated just there this placement.

He was Spanish champion in the half marathon in 1993 and came when discharged as part of the San Sebastian Marathon IAAF World Cup marathon on the 20th Place.

At the European Athletics Championships in Helsinki in 1994 he completed as a bronze medalist all-Spanish podium: Gold won Martín Fiz, silver Diego García. The following year he was sixth in the Boston Marathon and fifth at the World Athletics Championships in Athens.

In 1996, he remained in third place at the Tokyo International Women's Marathon with 2:08:46 hours for the first time under 2:10. At the Olympic Games in Atlanta, he finished 18th place, and end of the season he was second at the Fukuoka Marathon.

In 1997, he was ninth at the Seoul International Marathon. At the World Championships in Athens, he did not reach the target. In 1998, he won the Granollers Half Marathon and the Tokyo International Women's Marathon and was third in the Amsterdam Marathon and he finished seventh in the London Marathon 1999.

In 2000 he was second in Granollers. With a third place in Tokyo, he qualified for the Olympic Games in Sydney, where he broke in on rank 42.

A 20th place at the Berlin Marathon in 2001 was followed by a second place in 2002 in Tokyo and a fifth at the European Championships in Munich.

In 2003, he won the Barcelona marathon and came at the World Championships in Paris / Saint- Denis on the 48th place. The last marathon of his performance sporting career, he ran in the following year at the Lake Biwa Marathon, where he did not make it past the 21th Place.

In the World Half Marathon Championships, he finished in 1992 in South Shields 39th, 1993 in Brussels, 78th and 33rd 2002 in Brussels

Alberto Juzdado is 1,72 m tall and weighed 61 kg to his playing days. Most recently, he was coached by Dionisio Alonso and Team started for the Fila.

Personal Best

  • 5000 m: 13:33,87 min, June 5, 1993 Seville
  • 10,000 m: 27:57,85 min, 1 July 1998 Barakaldo
  • Half Marathon: 1:01:10 h, January 23, 2000, Granollers
  • Marathon: 2:08:01 h, February 8, 1998, Tokyo