Winter pentathlon at the 1948 Winter Olympics

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At the 1948 Winter Olympics in St. Moritz, a winter pentathlon competition was held. It was one of two demonstration sports held at these Games.

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The pentathlon was composed of five segments:

Results

  1. Flag of Sweden.svg  Gustaf Lindh  (SWE)
  2. Flag of Sweden.svg  William Grut  (SWE)
  3. Flag of Sweden.svg  Bertil Haase  (SWE)
  4. Flag of Switzerland.svg  Somazzi Vincenzo  (SUI)
  5. Flag of Switzerland.svg  Rumpf Hans  (SUI)
  6. Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Derek Allhusen  (GBR)
  7. Flag of Austria.svg  Peter Griessler  (AUT)
  8. Flag of Switzerland.svg H. Schriber (SUI)
  9. Flag of the United Kingdom.svg J. A. O. Walker (GBR)
  10. Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Percy Legard  (GBR)
  11. Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Willoughby Maurice  (GBR)
  12. Flag of Sweden.svg  Claes Egnell  (SWE)
  13. Flag of Finland.svg  Viktor Platan  (FIN)
  14. Flag of Switzerland.svg  Josef Vollmeier  (SUI)

Medal table

PlacesTeamAthleteCross-country SkiingShootingDownhill SkiingFencingEquestrianismTotal
1SwedenGustaf Lindh2164114
2SwedenWilliam Grut3343215
3SwedenBertil Haase1516417
4SwissSomazzi Vincenzo8921525
5SwissRumpf Hans9431926
6Great BritainAllhusen Derek1181111344
7AustrianGriessler5127101145
8SwissSchriber10101041045
9Great BritainWalker121396747
10Great BritainLegard Percy Charles141189648
11Great BritainWilloughby Maurice1314136854
12SwedenClaes Egnell425
13FinlandPlatan Viktor6712
14SwissVollmeier7614

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