Jeu de paume was contested at the 1908 Olympics in London, the only occasion it has been a medal sport. An outdoor version called longue paume was a demonstration sport at Paris in 1900..Real tennis, as jeu de paume is called in the United Kingdom, was also an exhibition event at Paris 1924. In the Official Report of the 1908 Olympic Games, the sport is referred to as "Tennis (jeu de paume)" while tennis is named "lawn tennis." The competition was held at the Queen's Club in West Kensington and won by American Jay Gould II, grandson of the railroad magnate Jay Gould.