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Equestrian at the 1924 Summer Olympics – Team jumping

Team jumping
at the Games of the VIII Olympiad
VenueStade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir
DateJuly 27
Competitors43 from 11 nations
Medalists
Gold medal 
Silver medal 
Bronze medal 
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Equestrian at the
1924 Summer Olympics
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Dressage   mixed
Eventing   mixed
Jumping   mixed
Team eventing   mixed
Team jumping   mixed


The team jumping was one of five equestrianism events on the Equestrian at the 1924 Summer Olympics programme. Scores were the sum of the individual scores for the best three riders of each nation's four-man team.

The competition was held on Saturday July 27, 1924. 43 riders from 11 nations competed. Czechoslovakia, with only three individual entrants, was the only nation to not send a full team.

Results

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

Place Team Riders Faults
1

Sweden Sweden (SWE)

Åke Thelning
Axel Ståhle
Åge Lundström
Georg von Braun

42.25
2

Switzerland Switzerland (SUI)

Alphonse Gemuseus
Werner Stuber
Hans von der Weid
Hans Bühler

50.00
3

Portugal Portugal (POR)

Aníbal de Almeida
Hélder Martins
José de Albuquerque
Luís de Meneses

53.00
4

Belgium Belgium (BEL)

Nicolas LeRoy
Jacques Misonne
Gaston Mesmaekers
Jean Breuls

57.00
5

Italy Italy (ITA)

Tommaso Lequio di Assaba
Leone Valle
Alessandro Alvisi
Emanuele Beraudo Di Pralormo

57.50
6

Poland Poland (POL)

Adam Królikiewicz
Karol von Rómmel
Zdzisław Dziadulski
Kazimierz Szosland

58.50
7

Great Britain Great Britain (GBR)

Philip Bowden-Smith
Capel Brunker
Geoffrey Brooke
Keith Hervey

65.75
8

Spain Spain (ESP)

José Álvarez
Nemesio Martínez
José Navarro
Emilio López

73.75

Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia (TCH)

Rudolf Popler
Oldřich Buchar
Josef Rabas

Did not finish

France France (FRA)

Pierre Clavé
Michel Bignon
Théophile Carbon
Henri de Royer-Dupré

Did not finish

United States United States (USA)

John Barry
Sloan Doak
Frederic Bontecou
Vernon Padgett

Did not finish

References



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