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Polo at the 1924 Summer Olympics

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Polo at the 1924 Summer Olympics

Men's polo
at the Games of the VIII Olympiad

Argentina polo team, gold medal winner
Dates June 28–July 12
Competitors 24 from 5 nations
Medalists
Gold medal 
Silver medal 
Bronze medal 

A polo tournament was contested at the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris.

Results

Rank Team ARG USA GBR ESP FRA   Wins Losses Points For Points Against
1st  Argentina (ARG) 6–5 9–5 16–2 15–2 4 0 46 14
2nd  United States (USA) 5–6 10–2 15–2 13–1 3 1 43 11
3rd  Great Britain (GBR) 5–9 2–10 10–3 16–2 2 2 33 24
4  Spain (ESP) 2–16 2–15 3–10 15–1 1 3 22 42
5  France (FRA) 2–15 1–13 2–16 1–15 0 4 6 59
June 28
United States 13–1 France

July 1
United States 15–2 Spain

July 4
Argentina 16–2 Spain

July 5
Great Britain 16–2 France

July 6
Argentina 6–5 United States

July 7
Great Britain 10–3 Spain

July 9
Argentina 9–5 Great Britain

July 10
Spain 15–1 France

July 12
Argentina 15–2 France

Rosters

Argentina
France
Great Britain
Spain
United States

References

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