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Italy at the 1924 Winter Olympics

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Italy at the 1924 Winter Olympics

Italy competed at the 1924 Winter Olympics in Chamonix, France.


Sled Athletes Event Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
ITA-1 Lodovico Obexer
Massimo Fink
Paolo Herbert
Giuseppe Steiner
Aloise Trenker
Four/five-man 1:53.00 6 1:49.69 6 1:48.73 6 1:43.99 6 7:15.41 6
ITA-2 Luigi Tornielli di Borgolavezzaro
Adolfo Bocchi
Leonardo Bonzi
Alfredo Spasciani
Alberto Visconti
Four/five-man 4:08.44 7 DNF

Cross-country skiing

Event Athlete Race
Time Rank
18 km Achille Bacher 1'36:03.8 21
Daniele Pellissier 1'33:45.2 15
Antonio Herin 1'33:06.4 13
Enrico Colli 1'26:32.4 12
50 km Benigno Ferrera 4'45:39 13
Vincenzo Colli 4'31:34 11
Giuseppe Ghedina 4'27:48 10
Enrico Colli 4'10:50 9

Military patrol

Athletes Time Shots on target Final Time (-30s./hit) Rank
Piero Dente
Albino Bich
Goffredo Lagger
Paolo Francia

Ski jumping

Athlete Event Jump 1 Jump 2
Distance Points Rank Distance Points Total Rank
Mario Cavalla Normal hill 32.0 12.750 21 32.5 12.460 12.605 19
Luigi Faure 34.0 14.083 18 33.5 13.937 14.010 17


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