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Albert Glandaz

Full name: Albert Ernest Glandaz
Gender: Male
Born: January 5, 1870 in Paris, Paris, France
Died: March 22, 1943 in Paris, Paris, France
Affiliations: CVP, Les Mureaux (FRA) / Yacht Club de France, Paris (FRA)
Country: FRA France
Sport: Sailing

Biography

Albert Glandaz was a sailing enthusiast who competed in the ½-1 ton class at the 1900 Olympics. He served as President of the French Federation of Rowing Clubs and the French Yacht Racing Association, and was an active member of the Touring Club of France. Glandaz was President of the National Sports Committee in 1910 and assumed the Presidency of the NOC for one year, in 1912-1913. Glandaz was co-opted onto the IOC in January 1913 and served until his death in 1944. In the 1920 he produced a study for the IOC on the different forms of yachting.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1900 Summer 30 Paris Sailing Mixed Open Colette-10 FRA AC DNF
1900 Summer 30 Paris Sailing Mixed ½-1 Ton Colette-12 FRA 13
1900 Summer 30 Paris Sailing Mixed ½-1 Ton Colette-12 FRA AC DNF

Mixed Open

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Date
1900 Summer 30 Paris Sailing Colette-10 FRA Final Standings 1900-05-20

Mixed ½-1 Ton

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Date AT AT H
1900 Summer 30 Paris Sailing Colette-12 FRA Final Standings 1900-05-24 4-08:?? 3-51:?? 17:25
1900 Summer 30 Paris Sailing Colette-12 FRA Final Standings 1900-05-25
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