Full name: Maurice Auguste Raoul-Duval
Born: April 27, 1866 in Le Pecq, Yvelines, France
Died: May 5, 1916 in Verdun, Meuse, France
Affiliations: Compiègne Polo Club/Bagatelle Polo Club de Paris
Related Olympians: Brother-in-law of André Fauquet-Lemaître.
Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)
Maurice Raoul-Duval was once described as a “tall, good-looking Frenchman” who had lost a fortune and was trying to regain it. He came from a wealthy Parisian family, but was educated at King’s College, Cambridge. In 1910 he married into the peerage via Fanny Lawrence Venables-Vernon, daughter of the 7th Baron Vernon. Fighting for France in World War I, Maurice Raoul-Duval was killed in action at Meuse, in the Verdun sector.
|1900 Summer||34||Paris||Polo||Men's Polo||Bagatelle Polo Club, Paris||FRA||3T||Bronze|
|1900 Summer||34||Paris||Polo||Men's Polo||Compiègne Polo Club||FRA||5|
|1900 Summer||34||Paris||Polo||Bagatelle Polo Club, Paris||FRA||Semi-Finals||Match #1||2||1900-05-31||Foxhunters Hurlingham-1 6, Bagatelle Polo Club, Paris-3 4|
|1900 Summer||34||Paris||Polo||Compiègne Polo Club||FRA||Round One||Match #1||2||1900-05-28||Foxhunters Hurlingham-1 10, Compiègne Polo Club 0||0|