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Juan Gracia

Olympic medal record


Men's polo

Bronze 1936 Berlin Team competition

Juan Gracia Zazueta (born April 18, 1901, died October 13, 1981) was a Mexican polo player who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics.

Born in Quiriego, Sonora, he was captain of the Mexican polo team, which won the bronze medal. He played all three matches in the tournament.

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