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Equestrian at the 1920 Summer Olympics – Team eventing

Team eventing
at the Games of the VII Olympiad
VenueOlympisch Stadion
DatesSeptember 6–10
Competitors23 from 6 nations
Medalists
Gold medal 
Silver medal 
Bronze medal 
«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 team eventing event was part of the equestrian programme at the 1920 Summer Olympics.

Results

The team score was simply the sum of the best three scores for each nation in the individual eventing competition.

Place Team Ind. place Score Total

Final

Gold

Sweden Sweden (SWE)

5057.50

Helmer Mörner and Germania

1 1775.00

Åge Lundström and Ysra

2 1738.75

Georg von Braun and Diana

8 1543.75

Gustaf Dyrsch and Salamis

- DNF

Silver

Italy Italy (ITA)

4735.00

Ettore Caffaratti and Caniche

3 1733.75

Garibaldi Spighi and Otello

5 1647.50

Giulio Cacciandra and Facetto

14 1353.75

Carlo Asinari and Savari

19 1245.00

Bronze

Belgium Belgium (BEL)

4560.00

Roger Moeremans d'Emaüs and Sweet Girl

4 1652.50

Oswald Lints and Martha

10 1515.00

Jules Bonvalet and Weppelghem

12 1392.50

Jacques Misonne and Gaucho

17 1282.50

4

United States United States (USA)

4477.50

Harry Chamberlin and Nigra

6 1568.75

William West and Black Boy

7 1558.75

John Burke Barry and Raven

16 1350.00

Sloan Doak and Deceive

- DNF

Norway Norway (NOR)

Knut Gysler and Emden

9 1537.50

Eugen Johansen and Nökken

11 1428.75

Bjørn Bjørnseth and Lydia

- DNF

France France (FRA)

Edouard Saint-Poulof and Josette

13 1387.50

Camille de Sartiges and Jehova

15 1352.50

Jules de Vregille and Grand Manitou

- DNF

André Vidart and Maxime

- DNF

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