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Team, Men

Date27 July 1924
StatusOlympic
LocationStade Olympique de Colombes, Colombes
Participants43 from 11 countries
FormatFour rider teams, best three scores to count for the team total. Team/individual competitions held concurrently.

The Grand Prix de Nations in 1924 was a passively scored event with the scores from the individual jumping event used to determine the team scores. Four riders were permitted for each nation, with the best three scores to count towards the team total. Eleven teams competed with eight teams having three riders finish the course. The course was 1,060 metres long, with obstacles up to 1.40 m in height, all to be completed in a time limit at a speed of 400 m/min. Sweden won the gold medal, as it had in 1912 and 1920, with Switzerland second. The bronze medal went to Portugal, the only other team to finish, which was the first Olympic medal ever won by the Iberian nation.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCHorseFaults
1SwedenSWE42.25Gold
Åke ThelningLoke12.00
Axel StåhleCecil12.25
Åge LundströmAnvers18.00
Georg von BraunAnvers23.50non-scoring
2SwitzerlandSUI50.00Silver
Alphonse GemuseusLucette6.00
Werner StuberGirandole20.00
Hans BühlerSailor Boy24.00
Henri von der WeidAdmiral24.00non-scoring
3PortugalPOR53.00Bronze
Aníbal de AlmeidaReginald12.00
Hélder MartinsAvro19.00
José Mouzinho de AlbuquerqueHetrugo22.00
Luís de MenezesProfond36.00non-scoring
4BelgiumBEL57.00
Nicolas LeRoyVif Argent14.75
Jacques MisonneTorino19.50
Gaston MesmaekersAs de Pique22.75
Jean Breuls van TieckenAcrobate24.00non-scoring
5ItalyITA57.50
Tommaso Lequio di AssabaTrebecco8.75
Leone ValleSbruffo20.00
Alessandro AlvisiGrey Fox28.75
Emanuele, Count Di PralormoSidoDNFnon-scoring
6PolandPOL58.50
Adam KrólikiewiczPicador10.00
Karol von RómmelFaworyt18.00
Zdzisław DziadulskiZefer30.50
Kazimierz SzoslandJacek39.25non-scoring
7Great BritainGBR65.75
Philip Bowden-SmithBilly Boy10.50
Capel BrunkerPeter25.50
Geoffrey BrookeDaddy Long Legs29.75
Keith HerveyWantonDNFnon-scoring
8SpainESP73.75
José ÁlvarezAcabado18.00
Nemesio MartínezZapatillero22.00
José NavarroGrande Couronne33.75
Emilio López de LetonaModiranDNFnon-scoring
ACCzechoslovakiaTCHDNF
Rudolf PoplerEldorado24.50
Oldřich BucharEsperanto45.00
Josef RabasArabDNF
ACFranceFRADNF
Pierre ClavéLe Trouvère41.00
Michel BignonThe DoctorDNF
Théophile CarbonIncasDNF
Henri de Royer-DupréRosette XIVDNF
ACUnited StatesUSADNF
John BarryNigra27.25
Sloan DoakJoffre32.00
Frederic BontecouBallymacshaneDNF
Vernon PadgettLittle CanadaDNF