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Jean de Madre
Polo player

Jean de Madre

Jean de Madre
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Intro Polo player
A.K.A. Хосе де Мадре, Мадре, Хосе Мадре, Мадре,...
Was Athlete Polo player
From France
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth 17 September 1862, Meudon, France
Death 2 January 1934, Paris, France (aged 71 years)
Star sign Virgo
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Jean Pierre M. J. de Madre, Comte de Loos (17 September 1862 – 2 January 1934) was a French polo player who competed in the 1900 Summer Olympics.


He was born in Meudon and died in Paris.

In 1900 he was part of the BLO Polo Club Rugby polo team which won the silver medal.

Tigers Polo Team

Johnny was the patron of the Tigers Polo Team; the team traveled between America, England, India and continental Europe playing tournaments. Some of their most important wins being the 1912 Paris Open and the 1923 Coronation Cup in England, they were also winners of the Roehampton Trophy in 1911. The team were well known for their immaculate turn out and attention to detail, the team shirts were pure silk hand embroidered with Gold thread. As well as this Johnny insisted that all four players would ride horses of matching colours e.g. bays in the first chukka, greys in the second, chestnuts in the third etc.

Some of the most notable players to be enlisted to play for Tigers included Indian 10 goalers Jaswant Singh and Jagindar Singh.

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