|Men's Coxed Pairs||Rep:3rd||Rep:3rd||226|
|Men's Coxed Fours||Rep:2nd||10.88|
|Women's 1500 metres||R1:21st||0.64|
|Men's Rapid−Fire Pistol||14th||24|
B. 1879-06-01, Indianapolis, Ind., USA; D. 1956-06-29
Athletics - Track & Field & Gymnastics (1 gold)
|Men's All-Around Athletics Championship||dnf||450|
|Men's All-Around Gymnastics Championship||67th||-9.30|
|Men's All-Around Gymnastics Championship, Field sports||gold||1200|
|Men's All-Around Gymnastics Championship, Apparatus work||100th||-16.19|
Henry Prinzler and Max Emmerich were convicted to five years in prison for embezzlement.
Olympic Competitor nr 1791
B. 1981-04-05, Mount Holly, NJ, USA
Shooting (1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze)
|Small-bore Rifle, Prone||gold||silver||10400|
|Small-bore Rifle, Combined||8th||fourth||bronze||5696|
Husband of Katerina Kurkova-Emmons.
In the Combined Rifle, he has a jinx on the last shot. In Athina, he was lying comfortably in first position, but he shot his last bullet into his neighbour's target. A zero made him drop to 8th. In Beijing and London, he again butched his last shots.
Written 2002-10-30 - last modified 2023-06-28
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