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Equestrianism at the 1900 Paris Summer Games:

Mixed Jumping, Individual

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Host City: Paris, France
Venue(s): Breteuil Square, Paris
Date Started: May 29, 1900
Date Finished: May 29, 1900
Format: 850 metres. 22 jumps. One double jump, one triple jump. Average height - 1.1 to 1.2 metres. One river jump 4 metres wide.

Gold: BEL Aimé Haegeman
Silver: BEL Georges Van Der Poele
Bronze: FRA Louis de Champsavin

Summary

The course for jumping was 850 metres in length, with 22 jumps, including one double jump, one triple jump, and one water jump of 4 metres in width. Very little is known about the competition in 1900, which was won by Belgium’s Aimé Haegeman, followed by his countryman Georges Van Der Poele, and France’s Louis de Champsavin. Press reports in 1900 list the medalists with times appearing to determine the placements, so presumably they either all rode cleanly, or tied on faults.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Horse Medal T
1 Aimé Haegeman Belgium BEL Benton II Gold 2:16.0
2 Georges Van Der Poele Belgium BEL Windsor Squire Silver 2:17.6
3 Louis de Champsavin 32 France FRA Terpsichore Bronze 2:26.0
AC Louis, Count d'Havrincourt 36 France FRA Mavourneen
AC Henri Leclerc France FRA Extra-Dry
AC Henri Leclerc France FRA Extra-Dry
AC Charles, Count de Béthune-Sully 56 France FRA Tip-Top
AC Maurice Jéhin France FRA Bistouri
AC Louis Napoléon Murat 48 France FRA Arcadius
AC Phillippot France FRA Floridor
AC Hermann Mandl Austria AUT
AC Vigneulles France FRA
AC De Coulombier France FRA
AC De Lamaratine France FRA
AC Marcel Haëntjens 30 France FRA
AC Dominique Gardères 43 France FRA