Georges de Crequi-Montfort

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Henri Georges Le Compasseur de Créqui-Montfort Marquis de Courtivron (September 27, 1877 – April 4, 1966) was a French explorer, anthropologist, diplomat, businessman and sports shooter who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics and in the 1924 Summer Olympics.

Personal life[edit]

He was born in Sainte-Adresse, Normandy. His mother Eugénie Fiocre was a ballerina, principal at Opera Garnier in Paris. His father, Stanislas Le Compasseur de Créqui-Montfort Marquis de Courtivron, was a landlord and aristocrat.

Sport career[edit]

In 1912 he was a member of the French team which finished sixth in the team clay pigeons event. In the individual trap competition he finished 35th. He was also a member of the French team which finished sixth in the team 30 metre dueling pistol event. In the 30 metre dueling pistol competition he finished 26th.

Twelve years later he finished 21st in the 25 metre rapid fire pistol event.

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