In Memoriam  

26 Apr 2004

Olympic Eventer Adolf Ehrnrooth  (FIN) passed away 
 
Adolf Ehrnrooth (FIN), who rode for Finland in the Three-Day Event of the 1948 Olympic Games, died recently aged 99. He was seven years older than his brother Lars, who rode in the Three Day event of the 1924 Olympic Games at only 27.

Adolf Ehrnrooth was 43 when he rode at the 1948 Games. His third brother was responsible for the equestrian competitions at the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki.
 

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