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Equestrian at the 1924 Summer Olympics – Team eventing

Team eventing
at the Games of the VIII Olympiad
VenueStade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir
DatesJuly 21–26
Competitors40 from 10 nations
Gold medal 
Silver medal 
Bronze medal 
Equestrian at the
1924 Summer Olympics
Dressage   mixed
Eventing   mixed
Jumping   mixed
Team eventing   mixed
Team jumping   mixed

One of the competitions in equestrian at the 1924 Summer Olympics was the team eventing. The rules only allowed military officers to join the competition. From the results of the individual eventing, a team event was compiled.

Team event

The results of the first three officers were combined. The Dutch team, consisting of Adolph van der Voort van Zijp, Charles Pahud de Mortanges, Gerard de Kruijff and Antonius Colenbrander (whose results did not count) won that competition.[1]


The scores of riders in italics (the fourth-best rider on each team as well as non-finishers) were not counted.

Place Team Riders Score

Netherlands Netherlands (NED)

Adolf van der Voort van Zijp
Charles Pahud de Mortanges
Gerard de Kruijff
Antonius Colenbrander


Sweden Sweden (SWE)

Claës König
Torsten Sylvan
Gustaf Hagelin
Carl Gustaf Lewenhaupt


Italy Italy (ITA)

Alberto Lombardi
Alessandro Alvisi
Emanuele Beraudo Di Pralormo
Tommaso Lequio di Assaba


Switzerland Switzerland (SUI)

Hans Bühler
Charles Stoffel
Werner Fehr
René de Ribeaupierre


Belgium Belgium (BEL)

Baudouin de Brabandère
Jules Bonvalet
Joseph Fallon
Léon Nossent


Great Britain Great Britain (GBR)

Edward de Fonblanque
Keith Hervey
Alec Tod
Philip Bowden-Smith


Poland Poland (POL)

Karol von Rómmel
Kazimierz Szosland
Kazimierz de Rostwo-Suski
Tadeusz Komorowski


Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia (TCH)

Josef Charous
Bedřich John
Matěj Pechman
František Statečný

Did not finish

France France (FRA)

Michel Artola
Camille de Sartiges
Jean le Vavasseur
Louis Rigon

Did not finish

United States United States (USA)

Sloan Doak
Frank Carr
John Barry
Vernon Padgett

Did not finish



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