Full name: Paul Camille Albert Mandrillon
Born: September 6, 1891 in Les Rousses, Jura, France
Died: March 22, 1969 in La Tronche, Isère, France
Sport: Military Ski Patrol
Related Olympians: Brother of Maurice Mandrillon.
Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)
Adjutant Camille Mandrillon played a prominent role in the opening ceremony of the 1924 Winter Olympics. After carrying the host nation's flag in the parade of nations, he spoke the athlete's oath. As a competitor, Mandrillon was active in the military patrol, a forerunner of biathlon that only had full Olympic status in 1924. Captaining a team composed of soldiers from the Jura ("Les Rousses") that also contained his brother Maurice, Mandrillon won a bronze medal for France. Four years later, the military patrol was again on the Olympic programme, but this time as a demonstration sport. Mandrillon again competed, but the French failed to finish the race.
|1924 Winter||32||Chamonix||Military Ski Patrol||Men's Military Ski Patrol||France||FRA||3||Bronze|
|1928 Winter||36||Sankt Moritz||Military Ski Patrol||Men's Military Ski Patrol||France||FRA||9|