Equestrian at the 1900 Summer Olympics – Mail coach

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Equestrian mail coach
at the Games of the II Olympiad
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Baron Étienne van Zuylen van Nyevelt at the equestrian mail coach competition
Date 2 June
Competitors 29 from 6 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Georges Nagelmackers
 Belgium
2nd, silver medalist(s) Léon Thome
 France
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jean de Neuflize
 France
Equestrian at the
1900 Summer Olympics
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Jumping
High jump
Long jump
Hacks and hunter combined
Mail coach

31 entrants are listed for the equestrian mail coach competition event at the 1900 Summer Olympics; all 29 of the riders are known by name (2 entered twice each). Beyond the top four competitors, it is unknown how many of the 31 entrants actually competed.

The contestants drove mail coaches drawn by four horses each.

Mallon and de Wael have included this event in their Olympic lists; however, those lists were created before the International Olympic Committee had made a decisive ruling on which events and sports at the 1900 and 1904 Summer Olympics were truly Olympic. The IOC does not list the winners of the mail coach event as medallists in its results database.

Place Driver
1  Georges Nagelmackers (BEL)
2  Léon Thome (FRA)
3  Jean de Neuflize (FRA)
4  Philippe Vernes (FRA)
5  Étienne van Zuylen van Nyevelt (BEL)
6  Étienne van Zuylen van Nyevelt (BEL)
7  Georges Nagelmackers (BEL)
8  Vladimir Orlov (RUS)
9  Charles Eugène Amable de Veauce (FRA)
10  Luis Antonio de Guadalmina (ESP)
11  Élie de Polyakov (RUS)
12  Octave Gallice (FRA)
13  Jacques la Caze (FRA)
14  Jacques la Caze (FRA)
15  James Hennessy (FRA)
16  Gaston Saint-Paul de Sinçay (BEL)
17  Adrien de Noailles (FRA)
18  Jacques de Waru (FRA)
19  Bertrand Chanu (FRA)
20  Geoffroy d'Andigné (FRA)
21  Jacques d'Arlincourt (FRA)
22  Georges Chaudoir (BEL)
23  Louis du Douet de Graville (FRA)
24  Max Guilleaume (GER)
25  Paul Lambert (BEL)
26  Ferdinand de Lariboisière (FRA)
27  Hermann Mandl (AUT)
28  Orban (BEL)
29  Georges Pauwels (BEL)
30  Paul de Saint-Léger (FRA)
31  Georges de Zogher (AUT)


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