| Event type

Team, Men

Date12 – 13 August 1936 — 07:00-14:00 (12/8), 07:00 (13/8)
LocationMaifeld, Reichssportfeld, Berlin
Participants27 from 9 countries
FormatThree rider teams, all three scores to count. Team/individual competitions held concurrently.

This was only the third time the event was held at the Olympics, after 1928 and 1932. Germany won the gold medal, which was not surprising in Berlin in a fully judged event, repeating the gold medal they had also won in 1928. At Los Angeles in 1932, France had won gold and Sweden silver, and in Berlin, they won the silver and bronze medals, respectively. After the War, France would win the gold medal again in 1948. Austria finished fourth, with a team that included 72-year-old Arthur von Pongracz, one of the oldest Olympic competitors ever. Von Pongracz had also competed at the 1924 and 1928 Olympics.

Heinz Pollay1,760.00
Friedrich Gerhard1,745.50
Hermann von Oppeln-Bronikowski1,568.50
André Jousseaumé1,642.50
Gérard de Balorre1,634.00
Daniel Gillois1,569.50
Gregor Adlercreutz1,675.00
Sven Colliander1,530.50
Folke Sandström1,455.00
Alois Podhajsky1,721.50
Albert Dolleschall1,476.00
Arthur von Pongrácz1,430.00
Pierre Versteegh1,579.00
Gerard le Heux1,422.00
Daniël Camerling Helmolt1,381.00
Gusztáv Pados1,424.00
László Magasházy1,415.50
Pál Keméry1,250.50
Arthur Qvist1,438.00
Eugen Johansen1,388.00
Bjørn Bjørnseth1,224.50
František Jandl1,453.00
Matěj Pechman1,319.00
Otto Schöniger1,254.00
9United StatesUSA3,828.50
Stanton Babcock1,330.50
Isaac Kitts1,265.00
Hiram Tuttle1,233.00