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Charles Marion

Olympic medal record

Men's equestrian
Competitor for 22x20px France
Gold 1932 Los Angeles Team dressage
Silver 1928 Amsterdam Individual dressage
Silver 1932 Los Angeles Individual dressage

Charles Louis Pierre Marion (born January 14, 1887, date of death unknown) was a French horse rider who competed in the 1928 Summer Olympics and in the 1932 Summer Olympics.

In 1928 he and his horse Linon won the silver medal in the individual dressage competition.

Four years later he and his horse Linon won the silver medal in the individual dressage competition again. They were also part of the French dressage team which won the gold medal in the team dressage event.

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