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Equestrian at the 1920 Summer Olympics – Individual vaulting

Individual vaulting
at the Games of the VII Olympiad
VenueOlympisch Stadion
DateSeptember 11
Competitors18 from 3 nations
Medalists
Gold medal  22x20px Belgium
Silver medal  22x20px France
Bronze medal  22x20px Belgium
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 vaulting event was part of the equestrian programme at the 1920 Summer Olympics.

Results

Place Vaulter Score
1

22x20px Daniel Bouckaert (BEL)

30.500
2

22x20px Field (FRA)

29.500
3

22x20px Louis Finet (BEL)

29.000
4

22x20px van Ranst (BEL)

28.000
5

22x20px van Schauwenbroeck (BEL)

27.250
6

22x20px Albert van Cauwenberg (BEL)

26.666
7

22x20px Salins (FRA)

26.333
8

22x20px Victor Claes (BEL)

26.163
9

22x20px Cauchy (FRA)

25.250
10

22x20px Cabanac (FRA)

24.333
11

22x20px Badu (FRA)

23.000
12

22x20px Quartermaster Formal (FRA)

22.833

13

22x20px Soldier Formal (FRA)

20.500

22x20px Carl Green (SWE)

20.500
15

22x20px Anders Mårtensson (SWE)

20.250
16

22x20px Oskar Nilsson (SWE)

18.666
17

22x20px Fredrik Nilsson (SWE)

14.916

22x20px Herman Kristoffersson (SWE)

DNF

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