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Jumping, Team, Men

Date17 July 1912 — 13:00-16:00
StatusOlympic
LocationStockholms Olympiastadion, Stockholm
Participants22 from 6 countries
FormatFour rider teams, best three scores to count for the team total. Separate competition. Maximum individual possible 190; maximum team possible 570.

The team jumping event was conducted separately from the individual competition, and on the following day. Sweden won the gold medal, led by Count Carl Gustaf Lewenhaupt whose score of 188 was the best individual performance, although equalled by Belgium’s Emanuel de Blommaert de Soye. For their victory, the Swedish team was awarded the King of Italy’s Challenge Prize.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCHorsePointsTF/OFTime
1SwedenSWE5452/23Gold
Gustaf LewenhauptMedusa1880/23:36.0
Gustaf KilmanGåtan1800/103:45.0
Hans von RosenLord Iron1772/113:51.0
Fredrik RosencrantzDrabant1716/134:03.0non-scoring
2FranceFRA5382/30Silver
Pierre Dufour d'AstafortAmazone1850/53:37.0
Jacques CariouMignon1820/83:38.0
Ernest MeyerAllons-y1712/173:51.0
Gaston SeignerCocotte1700/203:26.0non-scoring
3GermanyGER5300/40Bronze
Sigismund FreyerUltimus1810/93:22.0
Wilhelm, Count von HohenauPretty Girl1770/133:14.0
Ernst DelochHubertus1720/183:42.0
Friedrich Karl, Prince von PreußenGibson Boy1660/243:23.0non-scoring
4United StatesUSA5270/43
Jack MontgomeryDeceive1800/103:31.0
Guy HenryChiswell1740/163:42.0
Ben LearPoppy1730/173:36.0
5RussiaRUS5202/48
Aleksandr RodzyankoEros1760/143:31.0
Mikhail PleshkovYvette1720/183:39.6
Aleksey SelikhovTugela1722/163:53.0
Grand Duke Dmitry Pavlovich RomanovUnité1690/213:06.8non-scoring
6BelgiumBEL5102/58
Emmanuel de Blommaert de SoyeClonmore1880/23:30.0
Gaston de TrannoyCapricieux1620/283:44.0
Paul CovertLa Sioute1602/283:50.4