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Modern pentathlon at the 1920 Summer Olympics

 

Modern pentathlon at the 1920 Summer Olympics

Men's modern pentathlon
at the Games of the VII Olympiad
Venue Olympisch Stadion
Dates August 24–27
Competitors 23 from 8 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    Sweden
Silver medal    Sweden
Bronze medal    Sweden

At the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, a single modern pentathlon event was contested.[1] As in 1912, Swedish athletes won all three medals.

Participating nations

A total of 23 athletes from 8 nations competed at the Antwerp Games:

Results

Rank Athlete Riding Fencing Shooting Swimming Running Score
1  Gustaf Dyrssen (SWE) 6 2 2 6 2 18
2  Erik de Laval (SWE) 1 13 5 1 3 23
3  Gösta Runö (SWE) 4 1 16 5 1 27
4  Bengt Uggla (SWE) 13 5 10 13 5 46
5  Marius Christensen (DEN) 12 7 3 7 18 47
6  Harold Rayner (USA) 5 12 13 14 4 48
7  Emil Alfons Hagelberg (FIN) 10 3 21 9 8 51
8  Robert Sears (USA) 3 8 9 11 20 51
9  Ejner Augsburg (DEN) 14 4 14 8 17 57
10   )FRA( 11 16 4 15 11 57
11  Edward Clarke (GBR) 17 14 15 10 12 60
12  Harry Bjørnholm (DEN) 8 20 18 3 15 61
13  Arne Tellefsen (NOR) 2 10 20 19 13 62
14  Olliver Smith (NOR) 8 9 17 22 6 65
15  John Boustead (GBR) 15 11 12 16 7 66
16  René Foucher (FRA) 19 22 6 4 10 67
17  Thomas Wand-Tetley (GBR) 22 15 8 17 9 69
18  Henri Candelon (FRA) 18 21 1 2 22 71
19  Jean Mondielli (FRA) 20 18 19 12 21 72
20  Johan Skjoldager (DEN) 7 17 22 20 14 77
21  Edward Gedge (GBR) 16 6 11 18 16 78
22  Adriano Lanza (ITA) 21 19 11 21 19 91
 Kalle Kainuvaara (FIN) DNF

References

  1. ^ "Modern pentathlon: 1920 Olympic Results". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2012-06-23. 
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