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Equestrian at the 1920 Summer Olympics – Individual dressage

Individual dressage
at the Games of the VII Olympiad
VenueOlympisch Stadion
DatesSeptember 7–9
Competitors17 from 5 nations
Medalists
Gold medal  22x20px Sweden
Silver medal  22x20px Sweden
Bronze medal  22x20px Sweden
«19121924»
Equestrian at the
1920 Summer Olympics
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Individual dressage   mixed
Individual eventing mixed
Individual jumping mixed
Individual vaulting mixed
Team eventing mixed
Team jumping mixed
Team vaulting mixed


The individual dressage event was part of the equestrian programme at the 1920 Summer Olympics.

Results

Place Equestrian Score
1

22x20px Janne Lundblad and Uno (SWE)

27.9375
2

22x20px Bertil Sandström and Sabel (SWE)

26.3125
3

22x20px Hans von Rosen and Running Sister (SWE)

25.1250
4

22x20px Wilhelm von Essen and Nomeg (SWE)

24.8750
5

22x20px Hédoin de Maille and Chéri Biribi (FRA)

23.9375
6

22x20px Michel Artola and Plumard (FRA)

23.4375
7

22x20px Gaston de Trannoy and Bouton d'Or (BEL)

23.1250
8

22x20px Jens Falkenberg and Hjördis (NOR)

22.3750

9

22x20px Jean Esnault-Pelterie and Saint James (FRA)

21.8125

22x20px Antoine Boudet and Ambleville (FRA)

21.8125
11

22x20px Emmanuel de Blommaert and Grizzly (BEL)

20.4375
12

22x20px Henri Mehu and Callipyge (FRA)

20.1250
13

22x20px Marcel Blanchard and Lenotre (FRA)

20.0000

14

22x20px Sloan Doak and Singlen (USA)

19.3125

22x20px Harry Chamberlin and Harebell (USA)

19.3125

22x20px John Burke Barry and Chiswell (USA)

19.3125
DISQ

22x20px Gustaf Adolf Boltenstern and Iron (SWE)

26.1875

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