Paul Dujardin

Paul L. Dujardin (* May 10, 1894, † 1959) was a French water polo players.

Dujardin took part in the 1924 Olympics in Paris on water polo tournament, in which the final against Belgium, he was able to win 3-0 with his team-mate Henri Padou, Georges Rigal, Albert Deborgies, Noel Delberghe, Robert Desmettre and Albert Mayaud and the gold medal took.

At the Olympic Games in Amsterdam in 1928, the French team lost in the semi-final against Hungary with 3:5 and was able to pick up the bronze medal by defeating America, Britain and Argentina.


  • Paul Dujardin at Sports- (English)
  • Water polo players (France)
  • Olympic champion (water polo )
  • Olympian (France)
  • Born 1894
  • Died in 1959
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