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Golf | Olympic Games: John Rahms Olympic bronze

The men’s golf competition in Tokyo 2020 He started at dawn at the Kasumiageki Country Club with significant absences, like Jon Rahm and Dustin Johnson, numbers 1 and 2 in the world, with the illusions of Adri Arnaus and Jorge Campillo, on their express trip, and without the possibility of seeing in the second chapter of the modern era of Olympic golf to another Rahm as happened in the second chapter of the golf ‘old testament’, in 1904, at the Olympic Games in St. Louis.

John Rahm, with h as John Wayne, participated in those disastrous Games that were to be held in Chicago, but ended in Louisiana, after Barn Pierre de Coubertin was pressured. Golf had been Olympic in Paris for four years, with a 36-hole competition for men and a 9-hole for women.

Born in Richmond (Virginia), Rahm, born on January 8, 1854, finished in thirty-ninth position, with 188 strokes, after two rounds and could not access the match play phase that followed, 36-hole matches. He was on one of the American teams, made up mostly of players from the Western Championship, who planted themselves at the Glen Echo Country Club. With the planet distracted by the Russo-Japanese war, universality was conspicuous by its absence. Golf brought together 77 participants, 74 locals and 3 Canadians, according to the appearance of that edition. Britain sent only six athletes; France, to one. Among the American golfers there were hardly any players from the outskirts of New York, who were the best known. They ignored the tournament.

A canadian, gold

The event ended in the hands of Canadian George Lyon, who beat 17-year-old Charlie Egan in the final. Lyon appeared at the solid gold medal presentation – the only edition in which they have been like this – doing a handstand, while Egan, who would later become the amateur United States champion, kept his silver on a farm in Ohio, where in 2015 the medal was found at the bottom of a shelf. Her daughter, who lived to be 101, had jealously guarded her. It was donated to the Golf Hall of Fame.

Rahm was one of the USGA Golfers, the ten that made up the team that was in third place and took the bronze medal, behind those of the Western and the Mississippi union. The protagonist finished on the 23rd this time. His trail is lost in Omaha, where he died in 1935. Not even the historians of the PGA Tour know what happened next. There are hardly any traces of his life. He played the 1902 US Amateur and lost in the first round. He was an amateur golfer. His trade for 45 years was to work for a plumbing supply company, of which he became CEO. But when the Barrika golfer finally shows up in Paris three years from now, he will probably be the second Olympian Rahm. That there was already another. Although there are no blood ties between the two.

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