Bo Lindman

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Bo Lindman (8 February 1899 – 30 July 1992) was a Swedish modern pentathlete.wikipedia
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List of flag bearers for Sweden at the Olympics

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Lindman was the Olympic flag bearer for Sweden in 1928, 1932 and 1936.

Modern pentathlon

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Bo Lindman (8 February 1899 – 30 July 1992) was a Swedish modern pentathlete.

1924 Summer Olympics

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He participated at the 1924, 1928 and 1932 Summer Olympics and won one gold and two silver medals; in 1932 he also competed in the individual épée fencing event.

1928 Summer Olympics

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He participated at the 1924, 1928 and 1932 Summer Olympics and won one gold and two silver medals; in 1932 he also competed in the individual épée fencing event.

1932 Summer Olympics

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He participated at the 1924, 1928 and 1932 Summer Olympics and won one gold and two silver medals; in 1932 he also competed in the individual épée fencing event.

Épée

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He participated at the 1924, 1928 and 1932 Summer Olympics and won one gold and two silver medals; in 1932 he also competed in the individual épée fencing event.

Treasurer

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Between 1936 and 1946 he headed the Athletics Federation of Sweden, and in 1949 became treasurer of the Union Internationale de Pentathlon Moderne.

Union Internationale de Pentathlon Moderne

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Between 1936 and 1946 he headed the Athletics Federation of Sweden, and in 1949 became treasurer of the Union Internationale de Pentathlon Moderne.

Lieutenant colonel

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Lindman was a career military officer, retiring in the rank of lieutenant colonel.

Richard W. Mayo

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Going into the final day of the competition, Mayo had a 3½-point lead over Johan Gabriel Oxenstierna, a 4-point lead over Sven Thofelt, and a 10-point lead over Bo Lindman, all of Sweden.

William Grut

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Until then, Modern Pentathlon gold medals had been the preserve of Swedish pentathletes: Liliehöök in 1912 (Stockholm), Dyrssen in 1920 (Antwerp), Lindman in 1924 (Paris), Thofelt in 1928 (Amsterdam), Oxenstierna in 1932 (Los Angeles).