Camille Mandrillon

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Camille Mandrillon
Camille Mandrillon 1910.jpg
Camille Mandrillon in 1910
Full name Paul Camille Albert Mandrillon
Born (1891-09-06)6 September 1891
Les Rousses, France
Died 22 March 1969(1969-03-22) (aged 77)
La Tronche, France

Paul Camille Albert Mandrillon (6 September 1891 – 22 March 1969) was a French biathlete who competed in the early 1920s. At the 1924 Winter Olympics he won the bronze medal in the military patrol event, together with his younger brother Maurice; he was also the flag bearer of the French delegation, and took the Olympic Oath, the first for the Winter Olympics.[1]


  1. ^ Camille Mandrillon. Sports

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