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Frederick Gill

Full name: Frederick Agnew Gill
Nickname(s): Gillo
Gender: Male
Born: July 9, 1873 in Castletown, Isle of Man, Isle Of Man
Died: June 4, 1938 in Lyndhurst, Hampshire, Great Britain
Affiliations: BLO Polo Club Rugby
Country: GBR Great Britain
Sport: Polo

Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)

Biography

A member of a prominent family on the Isle of Man, his father was one of the island's few judges and his uncle composed the Manx “national anthem”, Gill was the first islander to compete at the Olympics.

An army officer who served with the Dragoon Guards and the Oxfordshire Hussars, he was promoted to the rank of Captain during the First World War. At different times, he held the position of manager of polo at the Point Judith club in Rhode Island and the Ranelegh club in London.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1900 Summer 26 Paris Polo Men's Polo Bagatelle Polo Club, Paris GBR 3T Bronze

Men's Polo

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result
1900 Summer 26 Paris Polo Bagatelle Polo Club, Paris GBR Semi-Finals Match #1 2 1900-05-31 Foxhunters Hurlingham-1 6, Bagatelle Polo Club, Paris-3 4
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