Full name: Alphonse Adolph Burnand, Jr.
Born: January 21, 1896 in Leadville, Colorado, United States
Died: December 4, 1981 in Borrego Springs, California, United States
Affiliations: California Yacht Club, Los Angeles (USA)
Country: United States
Medals: 1 Gold (1 Total)
Alphonse Burnand attended Stanford, as did his Olympic skipper, Owen Churchill. Burnand graduated in 1914 and later started his own business as an investment broker. Burnand and Churchill sailed together frequently, were close friends, and also went into business together as fruit and vegetable brokers in the San Joaquin Valley. Burnand bought large acreage in the area of Borrego Springs, where he developed agriculture and tourism, without neglecting the environment.
|1932 Summer||36||Los Angeles||Sailing||Mixed 8 metres||Angelita||USA||1||Gold|
|1932 Summer||36||Los Angeles||Sailing||Angelita||USA||Final Standings||1932-08-05||8|
|1932 Summer||36||Los Angeles||Sailing||Angelita||USA||Race One||1932-08-05||2||2-01:09|
|1932 Summer||36||Los Angeles||Sailing||Angelita||USA||Race Two||1932-08-06||2||2-18:46|
|1932 Summer||36||Los Angeles||Sailing||Angelita||USA||Race Three||1932-08-07||2||2-03:03|
|1932 Summer||36||Los Angeles||Sailing||Angelita||USA||Race Four||1932-08-08||2||2-25:46|