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João Junqueira was born on 24 June, 1965. Discover João Junqueira's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?

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• Honored by Sintra City Council for relevant results, September 17, 2009


• Honored by the Portuguese Athletics Federation for “In recognition of the outstanding sports career and contribution to the progress of National Athletics”, July 29, 2007


·    Winner of the Rolde International Half Marathon (Netherlands), 2005.


• Awarded “The Double Gold Star of Sports Merit” by the International Military Sports Council (CISM), February 28, 2002


·      Teams Silver Medal at the European Cross Country Championship - Ferrara 1998.


• 1997, 1998 and 1999 Fundação do Desporto Award


In 1994 he was distinguished with the Stromp Prize in the Athlete category after a great season, in which he won São Silvestre dos Olivais, was cross country Regional Champion and Portugal Champion in the 1500m, and twice improved his personal 5000m record. Championships, where they achieved an excellent 6th place in the 10000m.

·      Ranked 6th in 10,000m at the European Athletics Championships - Helsinki 1994.

·    2rd at the Meeting de Reims (France), 1994 - 5000m. •


At the 1993 World Cross Country Championships he earned the distinction of a bronze medal in the team competition, having finished 41st in the individual long race. He then recorded his best placing with a 23rd place in the 1998 short race, the team finishing fifth. He was also a part of the sixth-placed Portuguese team at the 2001 World Cross Country Championships.

At cross country he was present in 4 World Championships, having been part of the National Teams that won the Bronze Medal in 1993 and 1999 and in 4 European Championships, in which Portugal won 3 Gold and 1 Silver Medals.

·      Vice World Military Champion in Short Cross, 1993 - Netherlands; 1994 - Ireland; 1998 - Ireland.

·      Teams Bronze Medal at the Crosse Country World Championship - Amorabieta 1993 and the Crosse Country World Championship - Belfast 1999.

·    Winner of International Crosse Country d'Allones (France) in 1993.

·    Winner of the São Silvestre dos Olivais race, 1993 with Record of the course.

·    5 National Crosse Country Champion, teams (1993, 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2003).

·     2nd place in the Meeting of Pontevedra (Spain), 1993 - 5000m.

·     3rd place in the Crosse Dunkirk (France), 1993.


He was also part of Sporting's teams that won 3 editions of the Cascais-Lisboa Relay between 1992 and 1994, and in 1993 was crowned the Portuguese Champion for the 2nd time in the 3000m steeplechase.

He was present at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, where she reached the 3000m steeplechase International 35 times, also represented Portugal in the European Cup, with a victory in the 3000m steeplechase in 1991.

World Champion Military Cross Country Championships in 1992.

·      Military World Champion in Short Cross 1992 - Nigeria.

·      World Military Crosse Champion, teams, 1992 - Nigeria; 1993 - Netherlands; 1994 - Ireland; 1998 - Ireland, 1999 - United States.

·    Winner of the São Silvestre da Amadora race, 1992 with Record of the course.

·    5 European Crosse Country Champion teams (1992, 1993, 1997 and 1998).

·    2nd place in the Jean Boin Trophy - Barcelona, 1992. •

·     1st place in the Meeting of Vitoria (Spain), 1992 - 3000m steeplechase.


He competed in his special event at the 1991, 1993 and 1999 World Championships and sixth-placed in 10,000 m in 1994 European Athletics Championships as well as the 1992 Summer Olympics.

He joined Sporting Clube de Portugal in 1991 and was in the service of the Sporting Club, where he was coached, among others, by Moniz Pereira and Bernardo Manuel, who lived the best years of his career, beating his personal records in the 3000m (7.47: 26), 5000m (13.22: 3), 10000m (27.53: 64) and 3000m steeplechase (8.25: 81, which was the track record of the Jose Alvalade Stadium).

It became an important element in Sporting's teams, namely in cross country, contributing to the conquest of several titles, with natural highlight to the 4 European Champion Cups won between 1991 and 1994, a competition that got the third best place.

·    2nd place in the meeting of Saint-Denis (France), 1991 - 3000m steeplechase.


·      Bronze medal at the world military in Short Cross, 1990 - Canada; 1997 - Senegal.


• 2nd at the Kraków (Czechoslovakia) Meeting, 1989 - 3000m. •

·    2nd place at the Meeting of Warsaw (Poland), 1989 - 5000m.


·    Winner of Volvic International Crosse Country (France) in 1987 and 1989.


João Junqueira started practicing Athletics at the Ginasio Clube de Chaves, which he represented until 1984. Later he passed through ANA and Salgueiros, until reaching Benfica in 1988 where he was until 1990, when he was Portuguese Champion in the 3000m steeplechase, which was your main specialty.


João Manuel Perera Junqueira (born 24 June 1965 in Chaves, Alto Trás-os-Montes) is a retired Portuguese runner who specialized in the 3000 metres steeplechase.