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Charles Pahud de Mortanges

Olympic medal record


Men’s equestrian
Competitor for the 22x20px Netherlands
Gold 1924 Paris Team 3 day event
Gold 1928 Amsterdam Individual 3 day event
Gold 1928 Amsterdam Team 3 day event
Gold 1932 Los Angeles Individual 3 day event
Silver 1932 Los Angeles Team 3 day event

Charles Ferdinand Pahud de Mortanges (May 13, 1896 in The Hague – April 7, 1971 in The Hague) was a Dutch horse rider who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics, in the 1928 Summer Olympics, in the 1932 Summer Olympics, and in the 1936 Summer Olympics.

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

Four years later he won the gold medals in the team three-day event as well as in the individual three-day event.

In 1932 he won again the gold medal in the individual three-day event and the silver medal in the team three-day event.

At the 1936 Summer Olympics he was not able to finish the individual three-day event and also the Dutch team failed to place in the team three-day event.

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