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Equestrian at the 1912 Summer Olympics – Individual jumping

Individual jumping
at the Games of the V Olympiad
DateJuly 16
Competitors31 from 8 nations
Medalists
Gold medal  22x20px France
Silver medal  22x20px Germany
Bronze medal  22x20px Belgium
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Equestrian at the
1912 Summer Olympics
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Individual dressage men
Individual eventing men
Individual jumping men
Team eventing men
Team jumping men


The individual jumping was an equestrian event held as part of the Equestrian at the 1912 Summer Olympics programme. It was the second appearance of the event, which had first been held at the 1900 Summer Olympics.

Results

3 minutes and 50 seconds were allotted. 190 points was the maximum score

Final

Place Rider Time Penalty Faults Score Jump-off
1

22x20px Jean Cariou and Mignon (FRA)

--- 0 4 186 55
2

22x20px Rabod von Kröcher and Dohna (GER)

--- 0 4 186 53
3

22x20px Emmanuel de Blommaert and Clomore (BEL)

--- 0 5 185
4

22x20px Herbert Scott and Shamrock (GBR)

--- 0 6 184
5

22x20px Sigismund Freyer and Ultimus (GER)

--- 0 7 183

6

22x20px Nils Adlercreutz and Ilex (SWE)

--- 0 9 181

22x20px Ernst Casparsson and Kiriki (SWE)

--- 0 9 181

22x20px Wilhelm von Hohenau and Pretty Girl (GER)

--- 0 9 181

9

22x20px Ernst Deloch and Hubertus (GER)

--- 0 10 180

22x20px Gustaf Lewenhaupt and Medusa (SWE)

--- 0 10 180

22x20px Charles Lewenhaupt and Arno (SWE)

--- 0 10 180

22x20px Dmitri Pavlovich and Unité (RUS)

--- 0 10 180

13

22x20px Michel Dufort and Amazone (FRA)

--- 0 11 179

22x20px Carl-Axel Torén and Falken (SWE)

--- 0 11 179
15

22x20px Karol Rómmel and Siablik (RUS)

--- 0 12 178

16

22x20px Enrique Deichler and Chile (CHI)

--- 0 14 176

22x20px Aleksandr Rodzyanko and Eros (RUS)

--- 0 14 176

18

22x20px Friedrich von Grote and Polyphem (GER)

--- 0 16 174

22x20px Prince Friedrich Karl of Prussia and Gibson Boy (GER)

--- 0 16 174

22x20px Sergey Zagorsky and Bandoura (RUS)

--- 0 16 174
21

22x20px Mikhail Plechkov and Yvette (RUS)

--- 0 17 173

22

22x20px Åke Hök and Mona (SWE)

--- 0 20 170

22x20px Aleksey Selikhov and Tugela (RUS)

--- 0 20 170
24

22x20px Karl Kildal and Garcia (NOR)

--- 0 22 168
25

22x20px Elias Yañes and Patria (CHI)

--- 0 24 166
26

22x20px Jørgen Jensen and Jossy (NOR)

--- 0 25 165
27

22x20px Paul Kenna and Harmony (GBR)

0:22.0 10 18 162
28

22x20px Jens Falkenberg and Florida (NOR)

--- 0 29 161
29

22x20px Edward Radcliffe-Nash and The Flea (GBR)

0:40.2 18 19 153
30

22x20px Guy Reyntiens and Beau Soleil (BEL)

0:33.0 14 29 147

22x20px Bernard Meyer and Ursule (FRA)

Did not finish

References

  • Bergvall, Erik (ed.) (1913). Adams-Ray, Edward (trans.).. ed. The Official Report of the Olympic Games of Stockholm 1912. Stockholm: Wahlström & Widstrand. 



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