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Marin , Médaille d'Or Jeux Olympiques de PARIS (22 May 1900 - 2—3_ton_class, 25 May 1900 - 2—3_ton_class), Yacht Ollé

  • Born 15 February 1866 (Thursday) - BORDEAUX 33
  • Deceased 16 March 1927 (Wednesday) - VALENCE (Espagne) , age at death: 61 years old
  • Double Médaillé d'Or qu'il partagea avec 2 équipiers français : Frédéric Blanchy et Jacques Le Levasseur

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was a member of the British/French boat Ollé, which won the gold medals in the both races of 2-3 ton class. He also participated in the open class, but did not finish

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The 2—3 ton class was an event on the Sailing at the 1900 Summer Olympics program in Paris. It was the third-heaviest weight class. Two races were held, each given Olympic status by the International Olympic Committee. The first was held on 22 May 1900, the second on 25 May. 11 sailors, on 4 boats, from 2 nations competed.


  • 0-½ ton (2 events)
  • ½-1 ton
  • 1-2 ton (2 events)
  • 2-3 ton (2 events)
  • 3-10 ton
  • 10-20 ton
  • Open class

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2,0 bis 3,0-Tonnen-Klasse (4. Klasse),

  • 1.Wettfahrt:
    • 1. Frankreich (E. William Exshaw, Frédéric Blanchy, Jacques le Lavasseur)

    • 2. Frankreich (Susse, Doucet, Mialaret, Godinet)

    • 3. Frankreich (Ferdinand Schlatter, Emile Jean-Fontaine, de Cottignon)

Sir Sandford Fleming named the city : Exshaw (Canada, Alberta) after his son-in-law, E. William Exshaw (B. 15 Feb 1866, Bordeaux, D. 16 Mar 1927; of Anglo-Irish decent; and Sailing Olympic Gold Medalist at the Paris 1900 Summer Olympics), who with Fleming helped establish the Western Canada Cement and Coal Company. A cement plant, now owned by Lafarge North America. Although the original cement plant was further west, the community has had a large plant for many years. The limestone is quarried on the mountain north of the plant.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exshaw

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http://gw0.geneanet.org/index.php3?b=ademiollis&lang=fr;p=william;n=exshaw

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John EXSHAW, Négociant 1780-1847   Corinne Anne Suzanne GUESTIER 1798-1877   Paul PANON DESBASSAYNS DE RICHEMONT, Baron DE RICHEMONT 1809-1875   Valentine DE KEATING 1820-1880
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Thomas Henry EXSHAW, Écurie 1822-1901   Valentine Eglé PANON DESBASSAYNS DE RICHEMONT, Dame de Compagnie 1837-1888
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William Edgard EXSHAW, Marin 1866-1927



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