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He was born in Neuchâtel and lived in Peseux, where he was a member of the gymnastics club ''La Société des Amis gymnastes de Neuchâtel''. In 1893 his father was hired as a trainer in Panachaikos Gymnastikos Syllogos and Louis became a member of the club. After his success in the 1896 Olympics, he was honoured in Patras with the Greek athletes by the city. The Zutter family left [[Greece]] due to the Greco-Turkish War (1897).
 
He was born in Neuchâtel and lived in Peseux, where he was a member of the gymnastics club ''La Société des Amis gymnastes de Neuchâtel''. In 1893 his father was hired as a trainer in Panachaikos Gymnastikos Syllogos and Louis became a member of the club. After his success in the 1896 Olympics, he was honoured in Patras with the Greek athletes by the city. The Zutter family left [[Greece]] due to the Greco-Turkish War (1897).
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Louis Zutter earned Silver badges the most.
 
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Latest revision as of 08:42, April 21, 2014

Louis Zutter
Country Switzerland
Sport Summer
Best Events Pommel horse
Olympics Attended 1896
Olympic Medals Won
Gold medal icon Gold Silver medal icon Silver Bronze medal icon Bronze
1 2 0
Personal Information
Nickname Jules Alexis Louis
Birthdate November 10, 1946
Birthplace
Height
Weight
Hometown

Jules Alexis Louis Zutter (December 2, 1856 – November 10, 1946) was a Swiss gymnast. He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens.

Zutter won one of the events, the pommel horse. He was also the runner-up in two more events, the vault and the parallel bars. In addition, he competed in the horizontal bar event, but without success.

He was born in Neuchâtel and lived in Peseux, where he was a member of the gymnastics club La Société des Amis gymnastes de Neuchâtel. In 1893 his father was hired as a trainer in Panachaikos Gymnastikos Syllogos and Louis became a member of the club. After his success in the 1896 Olympics, he was honoured in Patras with the Greek athletes by the city. The Zutter family left Greece due to the Greco-Turkish War (1897).

Louis Zutter earned Silver badges the most.

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