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Modern pentathlon at the 1932 Summer Olympics

Men's modern pentathlon
at the Games of the X Olympiad
Dates August 2–6
Competitors 25 from 10 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    Sweden
Silver medal    Sweden
Bronze medal    United States

At the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, a single modern pentathlon event was contested.[1]

Contents

  • Participating nations 1
  • Events 2
    • Individual competition 2.1
  • References 3

Participating nations

A total of 25 athletes from 10 nations competed at the Los Angeles Games:

Events

Individual competition

Pos Athlete Nation Rid. Fen. Sho. Swi. Run. Score
Gold Johan Gabriel Oxenstierna SWE 4 14 2 5 7 32
Silver Bo Lindman SWE 1 19 9 4 35½
Bronze Richard Mayo USA 2 1 14 17 38½
4 Sven Thofelt SWE 15 1 9 1 13 39
5 Willi Remer GER 12 10 4 13 8 47
6 Conrad Miersch GER 10 10 5 17 6 48
7 Elemér Somfay HUN 20 6 12 10 52½
8 Charles Percy Digby Legard GBR 6 18 10 18 1 53
9 Carlo Simonetti ITA 8 6 3 15 21 53
10 Ivan Duranthon FRA 7 18 19 3 54½
11 Brookner Brady USA 5 12 20 3 16 56
12 Eugenio Pagnini ITA 9 13 21 2 11½ 56½
13 Clayton Mansfield USA 13 16 6 18 60½
14 Vernon William Barlow GBR 3 22 14 7 15 61
15 Jeffrey McDougall GBR 24 20 12 4 2 62
16 Willem Johannes van Rhijn NLD 19 16 13 10 5 63
17 Helmuth Naudé GER 18 10 15 11 9 63
18 Tibor Benkö HUN 11 15 11 16 11½ 64½
19 Imre Petneházy HUN 16 20 7 8 14 65
20 Francesco Pacini ITA 14 23 23 22 84½
21 Miguel Ortega Casanova MEX 24 20 8 24 19 95
22 Rafael Afonso de Sousa POR 21 23 17 21 20 102
23 Sebastião Herédia POR 22 17 24 20 23 106
24 José Morales Morales Mendoza MEX 17 24 22 22 24 109
25 Humberto Anguiano MEX DNF

References

  1. ^ "Modern pentathlon: 1932 Olympic Results". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2012-06-25. 
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