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Antonius Colenbrander

Olympic medal record

Men’s equestrian
Competitor for the 22x20px Netherlands
Gold 1924 Paris Team 3 day event

Antonius Theodorus Colenbrander (May 3, 1889 in Meester Cornelis near Batavia, Dutch East Indies – September 24, 1929 in Arnhem) was a Dutch horse rider who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics and in the 1928 Summer Olympics.

In the 1924 Summer Olympics he won the gold medal in the team three-day event and placed 25th in the individual three-day event.

Four years later he competed in the jumping events. In the individual jumping he finished in 29th place and the Dutch team placed tenth in the team jumping competition.


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