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Modern pentathlon at the 1912 Summer Olympics

 

Modern pentathlon at the 1912 Summer Olympics

Men's modern pentathlon
at the Games of the V Olympiad
Dates July 7–12
Competitors 32 from 10 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    Sweden
Silver medal    Sweden
Bronze medal    Sweden

Modern pentathlon was first contested at the Olympic Games at the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm.[1] The sport was invented by Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the modern Olympic Games.

Contents

  • Participating nations 1
  • Results 2
    • Shooting 2.1
    • Swimming 2.2
    • Fencing 2.3
    • Equestrian 2.4
    • Athletics 2.5
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Participating nations

A total of 32 athletes from 11 nations competed at the Stockholm Games:

Results

Shooting

Event 1
Place Athlete Score Shoot-off Points
1  Gösta Åsbrink (SWE) 193 1
2 )SWE( 192 188 2
3  Gösta Lilliehöök (SWE) 192 183 3
4  Hugh Durant (GBR) 191 4
5  Patrik de Laval (SWE) 188 5
6  Boris Nepokupnoy (RUS) 185 191 6
7  Erik de Laval (SWE) 185 189 7
8  Eric Carlberg (SWE) 185 185 8
9  Erik Wersäll (SWE) 182 9
10  Nils Häggström (SWE) 180 10
11  Oskar Wilkman (FIN) 176 165 11
12  James Stranne (SWE) 176 150 12
13  Ralph Clilverd (GBR) 172 13
14  Bror Mannström (SWE) 171 14
15  Douglas Godfree (GBR) 166 15
16  Jean de Mas Latrie (FRA) 161 16
17  Weli Hohenthal (FIN) 159 17
18  Åke Grönhagen (SWE) 158 18
19  Carl Aejemelaeus (FIN) 151 19
20 )USA( 150 20
21  Jetze Doorman (NED) 149 21
22  Gustaf Lewenhaupt (SWE) 148 22
23  Carl Paaske (NOR) 147 23
24  Aarno Almqvist (FIN) 143 24
25  Vilhelm Laybourn (DEN) 140 25
26  Edmond Bernhardt (AUT) 135 26
27  Henrik Norby (NOR) 110 27
28  Carl Pauen (GER) 102 28
29 )FRA( 100 29
30  Theodor Zeilau (DEN) 93 30
31  Johannes Ussing (DEN) 57 31
32  Kai Jølver (DEN) 52 32

Swimming

Fencing

Equestrian

Athletics

References

  1. ^ "Modern pentathlon: 1912 Olympic Results". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2012-06-24. 

External links

  • Bergvall, Erik (ed.) (1913). Adams-Ray, Edward (trans.)., ed. The Official Report of the Olympic Games of Stockholm 1912. Stockholm: Wahlström & Widstrand. 
  • Wudarski, Pawel (1999). "Wyniki Igrzysk Olimpijskich" (in Polski). Retrieved 17 January 2007. 
  • "Olympic Medal Winners".  
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