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Denis St. George Daly

Olympic medal record


Men's polo
Competitor for a 22px Mixed team
Gold 1900 Paris Team competition

Denis St. George Daly (September 5, 1862 – April 16, 1942) was a British/Irish polo player in the 1900 Summer Olympics.

He was part of the Foxhunters Hurlingham polo team which won the gold medal.

He was son of the second Baron Dunsandle and Clanconal but as his parents were not married at the time of his birth he could not inherit the title.[1]

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