1939 International University Games (unofficial)

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The 1939 International University Games held in Vienna, Austria were held as an alternative version of the 1939 International University Games organised by the CIE (Confederation Internationale des Etudiants) that had been held in Monte Carlo, Monaco. It was a primarily a German-led competition, as Austria had been annexed to Germany by the Anschluss a year earlier.

Men’s events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 Metres  József Sir (HUN) 10.70  Amelio Monacci (ITA) 10.80  Matsuo Taniguchi (JPN) 10.90
200 Metres  Tullio Gonnelli (ITA) 21.80  József Sir (HUN) 21.90  Ernesto Bianchi (ITA) 22.00
400 Metres  Ottavio Misoni (ITA) 48.00  Hans Helm (GER) 48.30  Karl Rinck (GER) 48.50
800 Metres  Wolfgang Dessecker (GER) 01:53.9  Gioacchino Dorascenzi (ITA) 01:54.4  János Aradi (HUN) 01:55.3
1500 Metres  Wolfgang Dessecker (GER) 03:57.2  Sándor Rátonyi (HUN) 03:58.4  Gusztáv Harsányi (HUN) 03:59.6
5000 Metres  Rolf Fellersmann (GER) 15:10.6  András Csaplár (HUN) 15:10.8  Åke Lindstedt (SWE) 15:28.6
110 Metres Hurdles  Lennart Lundberg (SWE) 15.10  Giorgio Oberweger (ITA) 15.30  Akira Kawamura (JPN) 15.40
400 Metres Hurdles  Max Meyr (GER) 54.00  Walter Darr (GER) 54.50  Jenõ Polgár (HUN) 56.00
High Jump  Assar Persson (SWE) 1.90  Gustav Weinkötz (GER) 1.85  Renato Dotti (ITA) 1.85
Pole Vault  Rudolf Glötzner (GER) 4.10  Gian Battista Boscutti (ITA) 3.90  Bo Ljungberg (SWE) 3.90
Long Jump  Guido Bologna (ITA) 7.09  István Gyuricza (HUN) 7.03  Lennart Eliaeson (SWE) 7.01
Triple Jump  Kim Won-Kwon (JPN)[1] 15.37  Jaakko Vakkuri (FIN) 14.73  Vittorio Turco (ITA) 14.72
Shot  Gerhard Stöck (GER) 16.33  Aleksander Kreek (EST) 16.26  Kurt Gross-Fengels (GER) 14.79
Discus  Giorgio Oberweger (ITA) 48.21  Walter Buschey (GER) 47.45  Gerhard Hilbrecht (GER) 46.11
Hammer  Walter Beyer (GER) 53.54  Kurt Jancke (GER) 49.21  Michele Venanzetti (ITA) 48.85
Javelin  József Várszegi (HUN) 67.37  Karl-Heinrich Berg (GER) 67.29  Friedrich Issak (EST) 66.79
Pentathlon  Fritz Müller (GER) 3867.00  Fritz Lüttge (GER) 3273.00  Friedel Heintz (GER) 3225.00
4 x 100 Metres Relay GermanyGermany "A" 41.80 ItalyItaly "A" 41.80 HungaryHungary 42.10
4 x 400 Metres Relay GermanyGermany "A" 03:15.8 ItalyItaly "A" 03:15.8 HungaryHungary 03:17.2
10 x 200 Metres Relay GermanyGermany 03:38.3 ItalyItaly 03:38.3 HungaryHungary 03:39.2

Women’s events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 Metres  Ritagret Wendel (GER) 12.40  Siegfriede Dempe (GER) 12.60  Langerbeck (GER)[2] 13.00
200 Metres  Ritagret Wendel (GER) 25.40  Ergbuth (GER)[2] 26.60  Lilo Stubbe (GER) 26.60
80 Metres Hurdles  Siegfriede Dempe (GER) 11.70  Annemarie Westphal (GER) 12.00  Erika Biess (GER) 12.10
High Jump  Luise Lockemann (GER) 1.50[3]  Wanda Nowak (GER)[4] 1.50[3]  Editha Evers (GER) 1.50
Long Jump  Luise Lockemann (GER) 5.21  Brenner (GER)[2] 5.19  Ergbuth (GER)[2] 4.90
Shot  Annemarie Westphal (GER) 12.44  Gisela Schulte (GER) 12.43 Unknown Unknown
Discus  Ruth Schönfeld (GER) 37.43  Hermine Wittmann (GER) 36.51  Gisela Schulte (GER) 35.07
Javelin  Anneliese Kahle (GER) 41.15  Ursula Klotz (GER) 38.52  Gerda Goldmann (GER) 37.60
4 x 100 Metres Relay GermanyGermany "A" 49.00 GermanyGermany "B" 50.50 Unknown Unknown

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany (GER) 18 15 10 43
2  Italy (ITA) 4 6 4 14
3  Hungary (HUN) 2 4 5 11
4  Sweden (SWE) 2 0 3 5
5  Japan (JPN) 1 0 2 3
6  Estonia (EST) 0 1 1 2
7  Finland (FIN) 0 1 0 1
Total 27 27 25 79

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kim Won-Kwon represented Japan but was from Korea. The Japanese gave his name as Genken Kim
  2. ^ a b c d The source for these results gives no first name for this athlete
  3. ^ a b There is uncertainty about this time per the source data
  4. ^ Wanda Nowak represented Germany but was from Austria