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Aernout, Jonkheer van Lennep

Full name: Aernout van Lennep
Gender: Male
Born: February 23, 1898 in Den Helder, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
Died: December 17, 1974 in Den Haag, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Title: Jonkheer
Country: NED Netherlands
Sport: Equestrianism

Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)

Biography

Aernout van Lennep was the winner of the Dutch military championships in 1931, doubling as the trials for the Olympics. But his top horse Luftikus foundered and he was forced to ride [Henk]. In Los Angeles he was the last finishing rider, which was enough to lead the Dutch team to silver, as only two of the competing four teams finished. Van Lennep was a career officer in the artillery, eventually rising to the rank of lieutenant colonel (1948-53). During World War II he was a prisoner-of-war in Germany.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1932 Summer 34 Los Angeles Equestrianism Men's Three-Day Event, Individual Netherlands NED 9
1932 Summer 34 Los Angeles Equestrianism Men's Three-Day Event, Team Netherlands NED 2 Silver

Men's Three-Day Event, Individual

Games Age City Sport Country Horse Phase Unit Rank PTS GP SJF STP CCJF CCJP T TF JF
1932 Summer 34 Los Angeles Equestrianism Netherlands Henk Final Standings 9 1,260.750
1932 Summer 34 Los Angeles Equestrianism Netherlands Henk Dressage 8 277.500 832,5
1932 Summer 34 Los Angeles Equestrianism Netherlands Henk Cross-Country 9 797,5 -100 -262,5 0 -140.0
1932 Summer 34 Los Angeles Equestrianism Netherlands Henk Jumping 9 185.75 3:25.4 19,25 95

Men's Three-Day Event, Team

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Horse Phase Unit Rank PTS
1932 Summer 34 Los Angeles Equestrianism Netherlands NED Henk Final Standings 2 1,260.750
1932 Summer 34 Los Angeles Equestrianism Netherlands NED Henk Dressage 3 856.833
1932 Summer 34 Los Angeles Equestrianism Netherlands NED Henk Cross-Country 2 3,144.50
1932 Summer 34 Los Angeles Equestrianism Netherlands NED Henk Jumping 2 687.750
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