Estonia at the 1924 Summer Olympics

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Estonia at the Olympic Games

Flag of Estonia
IOC code  EST
NOC Estonian Olympic Committee
Website www.eok.ee (Estonian)
At the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris
Competitors 44 (men) in 5 sports
Flag bearer Jüri Lossmann
Medals
Rank: 17
Gold
1
Silver
1
Bronze
4
Total
6
Olympic history (summary)
Summer Games
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Other related appearances
Russian Empire (1908–1912)
Soviet Union (1952–1988)

Estonia competed at the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris, France.

Medalists[edit]

Medal Name Sport Event Date
 Gold Pütsep, EduardEduard Pütsep Wrestling Men's Greco-Roman bantamweight July 10
 Silver Neuland, AlfredAlfred Neuland Weightlifting Men's 75 kg July 23
 Bronze Klumberg, AleksanderAleksander Klumberg Athletics Men's decathlon July 12
 Bronze Kikkas, JaanJaan Kikkas Weightlifting Men's 75 kg July 23
 Bronze Tammer, HaraldHarald Tammer Weightlifting Men's +82.5 kg July 23
 Bronze Steinberg, RomanRoman Steinberg Wrestling Men's Greco-Roman middleweight July 10

The 1924 Estonian Olympic Team[edit]

Representatives

Estonian team representatives were delegation heads Leopold Tõnson and Johannes Junkur; Johannes Kauba in athletics, Johannes Villemson in wrestling, William Fiskar and Aleksander Lugenberg-Mändvere in football.

Other delegations

Estonians in other delegations were for  Latvia (LAT) Juhan Oja in athleticsmen's 100 and 200 metres and Rudolf Rone (lv: Rūdolfs Ronis) in wrestlingmen's Greco-Roman lightweight.

Results by event[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Men's 100 metres

Men's 200 metres

Men's 400 metres

Men's 800 metres

Men's 1500 metres

Men's marathon

Men's 3000 metre steeplechase

Men's high jump

  • Valter Ever – Qualification round Group 1: 1.75m (→ dns?, 15.- 18. place )

Men's long jump

  • Valter Ever – Qualification round Group 1: 6th 6.585m (→ dnq, 19. place)

Men's pole vault

  • Valter Ever – Qualification round Group 2: 9th–11th 3.20 (→ dnq, 15.- 20. place )

Men's shot put

  • Harald Tammer – Qualification round Group 1: 5th 13.28m (→ 12. place)

Men's discus throw

  • Gustav Kalkun – Qualification round Group 2: 5th 38.46m (→ 15. place)

Men's javelin throw

Men's decathlon

  • Aleksander Klumberg – Final: ( 100 m – 11,6s; long jump – 6,96m; shot put – 12.27m; high jump – 1,75m; 400 m – 54,4s; 100 m hurdles – 17,6s; discus throw – 36.795m; pole vault – 3.30m; javelin throw – 57.70m; 1,500 m – 5.16,0 ) Total points: 7329,360p. (→ Bronze Bronze Medal)
  • Eugen Neumann – Final: ( 100 m – 11,8; long jump – 6.49m; shot put – 9.63m; high jump – 1.65m; 400 m – 55,4s; 100 m hurdles – 17,0s; discus throw – 28.46m; pole vault – 3.30m; javelin throw – 40.69; 1,500 m – 5.32,4 ) Total points: 5899,105p (→ 16. place)
  • Elmar Rähn – Final: ( 100 m – 11,8s; long jump – 6.27m; shot put – 9.525m; high jump – 1.60m; 400 m – 53,6s; 100 m hurdles – 18,4s; discus throw – dnf; pole vault – 2.80m; javelin throw – 38.38m; 1,500 m – 4.44,0 ) Total points: 5292,760p (→ 21. place)
  • Valter Ever – Final: ( 100 m – 11,8; long jump – 6.45m; shot put – 10.90m; high jump – 1.70m; 400 m – 55,8s) (→ dnf, 32. place)

Boxing[edit]

Men's welterweight (−66,7 kg).

Weightlifting[edit]

Men's featherweight (−60,0 kg)

Men's lightweight (−67,5 kg)

Men's middleweight (−75,0 kg)

  • Alfred Neuland 455,0 kg (82,5; 90,0; 77,5; 90,0; 115,0 ) .(→ Silver Silver Medal)
  • Jaan Kikkas 450,0 kg (70,0; 87,5; 80,0; 85,0;127,5 ).(→ Bronze Bronze Medal)

Men's light-heavyweight (−82,5 kg)

  • Saul Hallap 465,0 kg (75,0; 95,0; 90,0; 90,0; 115,0 ) (→ 9. place)

Men's heavyweight (+82,5 kg)

  • Harald Tammer 497,5 kg (75,0; 95,0; 90,0; 97,5; 140,0 ).(→ Bronze Bronze Medal)
  • Kalju Raag 490,0 kg (80,0; 92,5; 90,0; 97,5; 130,0 ) (→ 7. place)

Wrestling[edit]

Men's Greco-Roman Bantamweight (−58 kg)

Men's Greco-Roman Featherweight (−62 kg)

Men's Greco-Roman Lightweight (−67,5 kg)

Men's Greco-Roman Middleweight (−75,0 kg)

Men's Greco-Roman Light Heavyweight (−82,5 kg)

Men's Freestyle Featherweight (−61 kg)

Men's Freestyle Lightweight (−66 kg)

Football[edit]

Referees : M.Putz (Belgium), Youssof Mohammed (Egypt) and G.A.Herren (Switzerland)

 Estonia: August Lass, Arnold Pihlak, Otto Silber, Elmar Kaljot, Bernhard Rein, Harald Kaarmann, Hugo Väli, Heinrich Paal, Eduard Ellman-Eelma, Oskar Üpraus, Ernst Joll

 United States: Jimmy Douglas, Irving Davis, Arthur Rudd, Franke Burke Jones, Raymond Hornberger, Fred O'Conner, William Findlay, Aage Brix, Andy Straden, Harry Farrell, Sam Dalrymple

lost to  United States (USA) 0:1 goal by Andy Straden (United States) 10.min.(pen). (→ did not advance)

References[edit]