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Louis de Champsavin

Olympic medal record

Men's Equestrian
Competitor for 22x20px France
Bronze 1900 Paris Jumping

Louis Marie Joseph Le Beschu de Champsavin (November 24, 1867 – December 20, 1916) was a French horse rider who competed in the 1900 Olympic Games.

He was born in Assérac and died in Nantes.

In Paris he won the bronze medal in the jumping event.

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