Clarence von Rosen Athlete

Count Clarence von Rosen (May 12, 1867, Stockholm – August 12, 1955) was a Swedish athlete, military officer, and Master of the Horse to the King of Sweden. He became a member of the International Olympic Committee in 1900, and was credited for the re-introduction of Equestrian at the Summer Olympics after it was dropped at the 1904 Olympic Games. He competed in many sports, such as bandy (which he introduced to Sweden), ice hockey, football, lawn tennis and ice skating. Clarence von Rosen was the brother of Count Eric von Rosen.

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Date of birth
May 12th, 1867
Place of birth
Stockholm, Sweden
Nationality
Sweden
Date of death
August 12th, 1955 at age of 88

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