Ângelo Gammaro

Ângelo Gammaro (17 September 1895 – 12 June 1977) was a Brazilian sportsman. He competed at one Olympics for his native country. Born in Rio de Janeiro, he represented Brazil in swimming and water polo at the 1920 Olympics. He was one of the first Brazilians who participated at the Olympics. At the 1920 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, the first time that Brazil participated in the Games, he swam the 100-meter freestyle, not reaching the finals. He also participated in the Water Polo, finishing fourth with the Brazil team.

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How would Ângelo Gammaro be described?

Ângelo Gammaro would be described as Brazilian swimmer and water polo player.

What is the gender of Ângelo Gammaro?

Ângelo Gammaro is male.

What is Ângelo Gammaro subject of?

Ângelo Gammaro is subject of People from Rio de Janeiro (city), Water polo players at the 1920 Summer Olympics, 1895 births, 1977 deaths, Swimmers at the 1920 Summer Olympics, Brazilian male swimmers, Brazilian male water polo players, Sportspeople from Rio de Janeiro (city), Olympic swimmers of Brazil and Olympic water polo players of Brazil.