Full name: Gustaf Isidor Mattsson
Height: 5-6.5 (169 cm)
Weight: 132 lbs (60 kg)
Born: September 8, 1893 in Länna, Uppsala, Uppsala, Sweden
Died: January 15, 1977 in Sundbyberg, Stockholm, Sweden
Affiliations: Fredrikshofs IF, Stockholm (SWE)
Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)
Gustaf Mattsson was a top distance runner, successful at distances from the steeplechase up to the marathon. He was selected for the 1920 Olympic steeplechase, which was a surprise as there were no trials in the event, and placed fourth. He had first run the steeple at the 1914 Baltic Games, placing sixth, and he was third that year in the Swedish Championships. He had few opportunities to run the steeplechase in that era, but did finish fourth in the event at the 1923 International Göteborg Games. Mattsson was better at longer distances, winning the Swedish title three times at 20 km on the road, and placed second once in the Swedish marathon championship. He made his living as a businessman.
Personal Best\: 3000S – 10:05.4 (1923).
|1920 Summer||26||Antwerpen||Athletics||Men's 3,000 metres Steeplechase||Sweden||SWE||4|
|1920 Summer||26||Antwerpen||Athletics||Men's Cross-Country, Individual||Sweden||SWE||10|
|1920 Summer||26||Antwerpen||Athletics||Men's Cross-Country, Team||Sweden||SWE||3||Bronze|
|1920 Summer||26||Antwerpen||Athletics||Sweden||Final||4||10:32.1est||chest bh3|
|1920 Summer||26||Antwerpen||Athletics||Sweden||Round One||Heat Three||2||QU||10:22.6est||25 m. bh1|
|1920 Summer||26||Antwerpen||Athletics||Sweden||Final Standings||10||28:16.0|
|1920 Summer||26||Antwerpen||Athletics||Sweden||SWE||Final Standings||3||23||10||28:16.0|