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Sculpturing, Unknown Event, Open1

Date29 July – 14 August 1948
LocationVictoria & Albert Museum, London
Participants15 from 8 countries

For about half of the sculpturing competitors, it is unknown in which of the three events they entered. A notable entrant was a sculpture by Tait McKenzie, a Canadian artist who had also sent in an entry at the very first Olympic art competition back in 1912. Since he already died in 1938, however, it should have been accepted as a hors concours entry at best.

PosCatalogue NumberCompetitorNOCTranslated TitleOriginal TitleTitle in Olympic Report or Catalogue
AC1Jacek ŻuławskiPOLFootball MatchPiłka nożnaFootball Match (Coloured mosaic)
AC13Rosamund FletcherGBRThe First Whimper of HoundsThe First Whimper of HoundsThe First Whimper of Hounds
AC15V. Robinson HodgeGBRSprintSprintSprint (Lime wood)
AC25AMary MortonGBRThe DiverThe DiverThe Diver (Plaster)
AC29May PowerIRLThe AthleteThe AthleteThe Athlete (Plaster)
AC31Jindřich SeveraTCHWrestlingZápasWrestling
AC33Ferdy DenzlerSUIWater PoloWater-polo (Plaster)
AC34Desmond BroeIRLClearing the ObstacleClearing the ObstacleClearing the Obstacle (Plaster)
AC36Robert Allan MillerGBRRugby FootballRugby FootballRugby Football (Plaster)
AC39Sybil KennedyCANHockey PlayerHockey PlayerHockey Player (Bronze)
AC40Robert Allan MillerGBRThe Flying TackleThe Flying TackleThe Flying Tackle (Plaster)
AC44Peter PeriGBRThe DiscobolusThe DiscobolusThe Discobolus (Concrete)
AC51Eric WintersGBRWrestlersWrestlersWrestlers (Plaster)
AC96Hugo DainiITAJapanese WrestlersJapanese Wrestler (Bronze)
AC101João FragosoPORVictory CupTaça da Victoria"Taca da Victoria"
AC103Edmondo GiganteIRLEire YouthEire YouthEire Youth (Wood)