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Karl Staaf

Karl Staaf
Medal record
Men's tug of war
Representing a Mixed team
Olympic Games
Gold 1900 Paris Team competition

Karl Gustaf Staaf (April 6, 1881 – February 15, 1953) was a Swedish track and field athlete and tug of war competitor who competed at the 1900 Summer Olympics. He was born in Stockholm.

He finished seventh in the pole vault competition and fifth in the hammer throw event.

In the triple jump event and in the standing triple jump event his exact results are unknown.

He also participated on the Dano-Swedish tug of war team which won the gold medal against opponents France. These were the first Olympic gold medals for Sweden.

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