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Graziano Mancinelli

Medal record
Equestrian
Olympic Games
Gold 1972 München Individual jumping
Bronze 1972 München Team jumping
Bronze 1964 Tokyo Team jumping
World Championships
Silver 1970 La Baule Individual jumping
European Championships
Gold 1963 Rome Individual jumping
Bronze 1959 Paris Individual jumping

Graziano Mancinelli (born February 18, 1937 in Milan - October 8, 1992 in Concesio) was an Italian show jumping rider. He celebrated most successes in the 1960's and 1970's years with Olympic Games, World and European Championships. His biggest success was winning the individual gold medal at the 1972 Olympic Games in München, on the Irish bred gelding Ambassador.

Achievements

  • Olympic Games
    • 1964 Tokyo: team Bronze medal on Rockette
    • 1972 München: team Bronze medal and individual Gold medal on Ambassador
  • World championships
    • 1970 La Baule: individual Silver medal on Fidux
  • European championships
    • 1963 Rome: individual Gold medal on Rockette
  • National champion of Italy
    • 6 individual titles



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