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Julio García Fernández (December 31, 1894 in Cantabria – July 29, 1969) was a Spanish horse rider who competed in the 1928 Summer Olympics.

He won the gold medal as part of the Spanish team in the team jumping with his horse Revistade after finishing twelfth in the individual jumping.

1912: Sweden (Lewenhaupt, Kilman, von Rosen, Rosencrantz) • 1920: Sweden (König, von Rosen, Norling, Martin) • 1924: Sweden (Thelning, Ståhle, Lundström) • 1928: Spain (Navarro, Álvarez, García) • 1936: Germany (Hasse, von Barnekow, Brandt) • 1948: Mexico (Mariles, Uriza, Valdés) • 1952: Great Britain (White, Stewart, Llewellyn) • 1956: Germany (Winkler, Thiedemann, Lütke-Westhues) • 1960: Germany (Winkler, Thiedemann, Schockemöhle) • 1964: Germany (Schridde, Jarasinski, Winkler) • 1968: Canada (Day, Gayford, Elder) • 1972: West Germany (Ligges, Wiltfang, Steenken, Winkler) • 1976: France (Parot, Rozier, Roguet, Roche) • 1980: Soviet Union (Chukanov, Poganovsky, Asmaev, Korolkov) • 1984: United States (Fargis, Homfeld, Burr-Howard, Smith) • 1988: West Germany (Beerbaum, Brinkmann, Hafemeister, Sloothaak) • 1992: Netherlands (Raymakers, Romp, Tops, Lansink) • 1996: Germany (Sloothaak, Nieberg, Kirchhoff, Beerbaum) • 2000: Germany (Beerbaum, Nieberg, Ehning, Becker) • 2004: United States (Wylde, Ward, Madden, Kappler) • 2008: United States (Ward, Kraut, Simpson, Madden)

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