The events in the Olympic Games 1924 in Paris added versatility Equestrian Eventing individual and team medals in individual and team medals and Show Jumping events View individual dressage medals. Vaulting was not included in this year's competition was held on 21 July 27 1924 July 1924.
Ernst Linder was on 25 April 1868 Pohja by the Swedish chief of Finnish descent, who served in the army of Sweden from 1887 to 1918, after which he took part in the Finnish civil war, which was born as a commander of the army groups Satakunta and Savo, whose responsibilities west coast beside the Gulf of Bothnia and Gulf Nasijarvi. Linder was a friend and brother-white commander, Marshal CGE Mannerheim. After the war he served as a cavalry officer until he retired in 1920.
Linder was in the rank of Major April 13, 1918, Lieutenant General of Cavalry in 1938 and 1940 are supported. In winter traded the 71-year-old Swedish volunteer corps of Linder January 6 to February 27, 1940 led by the person as head of the Salla area. Besides his military career, Linder, a rider in the 1924 Summer Olympics, where he and his horse won a gold medal Piccolomino each compete in dressage. Ernst Linder was on 14 April 1943 killing.
Karl Bertil Sandstrom
Karl Bertil Sandstrom was born 25 Born November 1887th Karl Bertil Sandstrom was a Swedish rider who competed in 1920 Summer Olympics and 1924 Summer Olympics and 1932 Summer Olympic Games in 1920. Sabel and his horse had won silver in individual dressage.
Four years later he won the silver medal in individual dressage Sabel 1932, the Swedish team which won the silver medal in team dressage. 1924 Olympics with his horse Crete he has also participated in the individual dressage event and the tenth. Karl Bertil Sandstrom was born on 1 Killed in December 1964.
Edmond Marie Francois Xavier Lesage
Edmond Marie Francois Xavier Lesage was born October 25, 1885 in Moret-sur-Loing (CHF). Edmond Marie Francois Xavier Lesage was a French rider who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics and 1932 Summer Olympics.
In 1924 he and his horse won the bronze medal in the individual dressage competition Plumard: Eight years later he won the gold medal with his horse in the dressage individual Taine and the team dressage. Edmond Marie Francois Xavier Lesage had on 3 August 1968 Gisors died.