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Algernon Maudslay

Full name: Algernon Maudslay
Gender: Male
Born: January 10, 1873 in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, Great Britain
Died: March 2, 1948 in Winchester, Hampshire, Great Britain
Country: GBR Great Britain
Sport: Sailing

Medals: 2 Gold (2 Total)

Biography

The name of Algernon Maudslay does not appear in many of the early Olympic reference books but research has shown that he was definitely the helmsman aboard Scotia at the 1900 Olympics. Maudslay, who was educated privately, was a prominent yachtsman of the time and a member of the Royal Thames Yacht Club, the Royal London Yacht Club and the Royal Yacht Squadron. He also served as Hon. Treasurer of the Yacht Racing Association from 1927 until his death. Much of his life was devoted to British and International Red Cross and Relief Organizations and in 1919 he was awarded the CBE for his work with the War Refugees Committee.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1900 Summer 27 Paris Sailing Mixed Open Scotia GBR 1 Gold
1900 Summer 27 Paris Sailing Mixed ½-1 Ton Scotia GBR 1 Gold
1900 Summer 27 Paris Sailing Mixed ½-1 Ton Scotia GBR 4

Mixed Open

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Date AT
1900 Summer 27 Paris Sailing Scotia GBR Final Standings 1900-05-20 5-56:17

Mixed ½-1 Ton

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Date AT AT H
1900 Summer 27 Paris Sailing Scotia GBR Final Standings 1900-05-24 3-29:45 3-12:30 17:25
1900 Summer 27 Paris Sailing Scotia GBR Final Standings 1900-05-25 3-45:46 3-32:01 13:45