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In 1948 at St. Moritz, a winter pentathlon event was held as a demonstration sport. The events of the winter pentathlon were cross-country skiing, shooting, downhill skiing, fencing, and horse riding. The second-place finisher in the event, Willie Grut, was a truly versatile athlete, as he would win the Olympic gold medal in the modern pentathlon later that year.
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