Carl Albert Andersen

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–:Not to be confused with the Danish gymnast and Olympic competitor Carl Andersen (gymnast) or with another Danish gymnast and Olympic gold medalist Carl Rudolf Andersen.

For other people named Carl Andersen, see Carl Andersen (disambiguation).
Carl Albert Andersen
Medal record
Men's gymnastics
Representing  Norway
Bronze 1900 Paris Pole vault
Silver 1908 London Team
Intercalated Games
Gold 1906 Athens Team

Carl Albert "Flisa" Andersen (August 15, 1876 – September 28, 1951) was a Norwegian pole vaulter, high jumper, and gymnast who competed in the late 19th century and early 20th century. He was born in Oslo.

He participated in Athletics at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris and won the bronze medal in the men's pole vault[1] as well as taking fourth in the high jump. Meredith Colket won silver. Andersen also finished fourth in high jump.

At the 1906 Summer Olympics in Athens, he was a member of the Norwegian gymnastics team, which won the gold medal in the team, Swedish system event.

In 1908 he won a silver medal in the gymnastics team event with the Norwegian team.

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