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Patteson Nickalls

Olympic medal record


Men's Polo
Gold 1908 London Team competition

Patteson Womersley Nickalls (January 23, 1877 – September 10, 1946), was a British polo player who competed in the 1908 Summer Olympics.

He was a member of the British polo team Roehampton, which won the gold medal.

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