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Angelo Tonini

Biographical information

TypeCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameAngelo Augusto•Tonini
Used nameAngelo•Tonini
Born26 November 1888 in Arezzo, Arezzo (ITA)
Died18 February 1974 in Milano, Milano (ITA)
AffiliationsUS Milanese, Milano (ITA)
NOC Italy


Angelo Tonini was mainly a footballer and applied himself to athletics only in the 1912 Olympic year. He was the first Italian to reach 7.00 metres in long jump, which he achieved in the city of Valenza sul Po on 26 May 1912. This result was a national record for 13 years until 13 April 1925 when Virgilio Tommasi jumped 7.17 m. At the Olympics Tonini developed food poisoning, which kept him out of the high jump, while he finished 13th in the long jump.

Personal Best: LJ – 7.00 (1912).


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1912 Summer Olympics Athletics ITA Angelo Tonini
High Jump, Men (Olympic) NP r1/2
Standing High Jump, Men (Olympic) DNS
Long Jump, Men (Olympic) 19
Standing Long Jump, Men (Olympic) DNS