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Equestrian at the 1900 Summer Olympics – Long jump

Equestrian long jump
at the Games of the II Olympiad
DateMay 29
Competitors17 from 5 nations
Medalists
Gold medal 
Silver medal 
Bronze medal 
Equestrian at the
1900 Summer Olympics
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Jumping
High jump
Long jump
Hacks and hunter combined
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17 competitors entered the 1900 Summer Olympics Equestrian long jump competition. Six are known by name. Of the rest, 7 were French and 2 Belgian.

Place Rider Horse Distance

1

22x20px Constant van Langhendonck (BEL) Extra-Dry

6.10m

2

22x20px Giovanni Giorgio Trissino (ITA) Oreste

5.70m

3

22x20px de Bellegarde (FRA) Tolla

5.30m

4

22x20px Napoléon Murat (FRA) Bayard

4.90m

5-17

22x20px Hermann John Mandl (USA)

Unknown

Unknown

22x20px Uberto Visconti di Modrone (ITA) Jupe-en-l'Air

Unknown

22x20px Orloff (RUS)

Unknown

Unknown

22x20px de Poliakov (RUS)

Unknown

Unknown

9 other competitors


References

  • De Wael, Herman. Herman's Full Olympians: "Equestrian 1900". Accessed 19 January 2006. Available electronically at [1].
  • Mallon, Bill (1998). The 1900 Olympic Games, Results for All Competitors in All Events, with Commentary. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers. ISBN 0-7864-0378-0. 



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