Germany at the 1912 Summer Olympics

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Germany at the Olympic Games

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At the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm
Competitors 185 (180 men, 5 women) in 14 sports
Flag bearer Karl Halt
Medals
Rank: 6
Gold
5
Silver
13
Bronze
7
Total
25
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The team of Germany at the opening ceremony.

Germany competed at the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm, Sweden. 185 competitors, 180 men and 5 women, took part in 69 events in 14 sports.[1] Due to the political fallout from World War I, this was that country's last appearance until 1928.

Medalists[edit]

Gold medal.svg Gold[edit]

Silver medal.svg Silver[edit]

Bronze medal.svg Bronze[edit]

Aquatics[edit]

Swimming[edit]

17 swimmers, including four women, competed for Germany at the 1912 Games. It was the fourth time the nation had competed in swimming, having missed only the 1896 swimming events.

The German men took six medals, four in breaststroke events and two in backstroke. The breaststroke trio swept the 200 meter breaststroke medals, and Bathe added a second gold medal in the 400 meter event. The four women took silver in the inaugural women's relay event. None of the women won an individual medal, with Rosenberg finishing 0.2 seconds behind the bronze medalist in the final to take fourth place.

Ranks given for each swimmer are within the heat.

Men
Swimmer Events Heat Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Walter Bathe 200 m breaststroke N/A 3:03.4 OR 1 Q 3:02.2 OR 1 Q 3:01.8 OR 1st
400 m breaststroke N/A 6:34.6 OR 1 Q 6:32.0 OR 1 Q 6:29.6 OR 1st
Walther Binner 100 m freestyle Unknown 4–6 Did not advance
Kurt Bretting 100 m freestyle 1:07.0 2 Q 1:04.2 1 Q 1:04.6 1 Q 1:05.8 4
Otto Fahr 100 m backstroke N/A 1:22.0 1 Q 1:21.8 2 Q 1:22.4 2nd
Otto Groß 100 m backstroke N/A 1:24.0 2 Q 1:26.0 1 Q 1:25.8 5
Paul Kellner 100 m backstroke N/A 1:26.0 2 Q 1:26.2 2 Q 1:24.0 3rd
Georg Kunisch 100 m freestyle Unknown 5 Did not advance
Wilhelm Lützow 200 m breaststroke N/A 3:07.4 OR 1 Q 3:04.4 2 Q 3:05.0 2nd
400 m breaststroke N/A 6:49.8 1 Q 6:44.6 1 Q Did not finish
Paul Malisch 200 m breaststroke N/A 3:08.8 1 Q 3:09.6 1 Q 3:08.0 3rd
400 m breaststroke N/A 6:47.0 OR 1 Q 6:47.6 2 Q 6:37.0 4
Walter Ramme 100 m freestyle 1:10.2 1 Q 1:07.8 2 Q 1:05.8 2 Q 1:06.4 5
Max Ritter 100 m freestyle 1:08.0 2 Q 1:08.8 3 Did not advance
400 m freestyle N/A 5:44.6 1 Q Did not start Did not advance
Oscar Schiele 100 m freestyle N/A 5:57.0 3 Did not advance
100 m backstroke N/A Disqualified Did not advance
Erich Schultze 100 m backstroke N/A 1:27.2 2 Q Unknown 5 Did not advance
Kurt Bretting
Georg Kunisch
Max Ritter
Oscar Schiele
4x200 m free relay N/A 10:42.2 2 Q 10:37.0 4
Women
Swimmer Events Heat Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Wally Dressel 100 m freestyle N/A 1:28.6 3 q 1:33.4 4 Did not advance
Louise Otto 100 m freestyle N/A 1:34.4 2 Q 1:32.0 6 Did not advance
Grete Rosenberg 100 m freestyle N/A 1:25.0 1 Q 1:29.2 3 q 1:27.2 4
Hermine Stindt 100 m freestyle N/A 1:29.2 3 Did not advance
Wally Dressel
Louise Otto
Grete Rosenberg
Hermine Stindt
4x100 m free relay N/A 6:04.6 2nd

Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics[edit]

24 athletes represented Germany. It was the fifth appearance of the nation in athletics, which Germany had appeared each time the Olympics had been held. The nation finished with two medals, both silver. Hanns Braun finished with the silver in the 400 metres and Hans Liesche won the silver medal in the high jump; these silvers were Germany's best results in the 1912 athletics competition and tied Germany's best results in athletics in Olympic history to that point.

The 4x100 metre relay team tied for the best time in the preliminary heats, matching the Olympic record set earlier in that round by the Swedish team. It then had the fastest time in the semifinals, taking sole possession of the Olympic record. This new record stood even after the finals as none of the finalist teams ran a better time; Germany committed a fault passing the baton and was disqualified in the final.

Ranks given are within that athlete's heat for running events.

Athlete Events Heat Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Alexander Abraham Decathlon N/A 2323.200 23
Georg Amberger 1500 m N/A 4:27.0 3 Did not advance
Otto Bäurle Triple jump N/A 13.52 14 Did not advance
Pentathlon N/A Elim-3 38 13
Hermann von Bönninghausen 110 m hurdles 17.0 2 16.0 3 Did not advance
Hanns Braun 400 m 50.6 1 49.2 1 48.3 2nd
800 m  ? 2 1:54.6 2 1:53.0 6
Hermann Burkowitz 400 m 51.7 3 Did not advance
Karl Halt Shot put N/A 41.99 22 Did not advance
Javelin throw N/A 43.71 19 Did not advance
Pentathlon N/A Did not finish
Decathlon N/A 6682.445 9
Max Herrmann 100 m  ? 3 Did not advance
200 m 22.9 1  ? 4 Did not advance
400 m  ? 3 Did not advance
Wilhelm Jahn 800 m 2:02.4 4 Did not advance
Erwin Kern 100 m  ? 2  ? 5 Did not advance
Emil Ketterer 100 m Did not finish Did not advance
Erich Lehmann 400 m  ? 4 Did not advance
800 m  ? 3 Did not advance
Hans Liesche High jump N/A 1.83 1 1.91 2nd
Georg Mickler 1500 m N/A  ? 5 Did not advance
Robert Pasemann Long jump N/A 6.82 9 Did not advance
Pole vault N/A 3.40 11 Did not advance
Julius Person 400 m 55.4 1 Did not finish Did not advance
800 m  ? 4 Did not advance
Richard Rau 100 m 11.5 1 10.9 2 Did not advance
200 m 22.5 1 22.1 1 22.2 4
Otto Röhr High jump N/A 1.75 13 Did not advance
Decathlon N/A 2844.750 20
Erwin von Sigel 1500 m N/A 4:09.3 1  ? 9-14
Gregor Vietz 5000 m N/A Did not finish Did not advance
10000 m N/A Did not finish Did not advance
Ind. cross country N/A 54:40.6 27
Josef Waitzer Discus throw N/A 38.44 16 Did not advance
Javelin throw N/A 43.71 19 Did not advance
Pentathlon N/A Did not finish
Emil Welz Discus throw N/A 37.24 24 Did not advance
Heinrich Wenseler 200 m  ? 4 Did not advance
400 m  ? 3 Did not advance
Paul Willführ Shot put N/A 10.90 18 Did not advance
Discus throw N/A No mark 41 Did not advance
Javelin throw N/A 41.05 23 Did not advance
Georg Amberger
Alfred Mickler
Erwin von Sigel
Gregor Vietz
3000 m team N/A 12 2 Did not advance
Hanns Braun
Hermann Burkowitz
Max Herrmann
Erich Lehmann
4x400 m N/A 3:28.5 2 Did not advance
Karl Halt
Max Herrmann
Erwin Kern
Richard Rau
4x100 m 43.6 =OR 1 42.3 OR 1 Disqualified

Cycling (road) pictogram.svg Cycling[edit]

Eleven cyclists represented Germany. It was the fourth appearance of the nation in cycling, which had only not competed in cycling in 1904. Franz Lemnitz had the best time in the time trial, the only race held, placing 26th. The top four German cyclists had a combined time that placed them 6th of the 15 teams.

Road cycling[edit]

Cyclist Events Final
Result Rank
Rudolf Baier Ind. time trial 11:35:01.5 27
Robert Birker Ind. time trial 12:19:27.6 62
Martin Koch Ind. time trial 12:18:22.5 61
Franz Lemnitz Ind. time trial 11:34:32.2 26
Carl Lüthje Ind. time trial 13:00:31.8 79
Otto Männel Ind. time trial 11:53:27.4 44
Wilhelm Rabe Ind. time trial 12:06:55.8 55
Oswald Rathmann Ind. time trial 11:40:18.4 33
Joseph Rieder Ind. time trial 12:12:32.4 57
Hermann Smiel Ind. time trial 12:49:01.6 76
Georg Warsow Ind. time trial 11:45:24.0 36
Rudolf Baier
Franz Lemnitz
Oswald Rathmann
Georg Warsow
Team time trial 46:35:16.1 6

Diving pictogram.svg Diving[edit]

Four divers, all men, represented Germany. It was Germany's third appearance in diving, with two of the top divers who had represented the nation in 1908 returning. The German men dominated the 3 metre springboard event with its second straight medal sweep in the event, taking the top four places in 1912. The team was less successful in the other two events, with only one of the four men advancing to the final in each. Zürner, the defending champion who finished fourth in the springboard, got a silver medal in the 10 metre platform event; this gave each of the four Germans a medal.

Rankings given are within the diver's heat.

Men
Diver Events Heats Final
Result Rank Result Rank
Kurt Behrens 3 m board 80.14 1 Q 73.73 3rd
10 m platform 58.35 8 Did not advance
Plain high dive 35.1 7 Did not advance
Paul Günther 3 m board 78.14 2 Q 79.23 1st
Plain high dive 36.1 1 Q Did not finish
Hans Luber 3 m board 77.5 1 Q 76.78 2nd
10 m platform 61.66 3 Did not advance
Plain high dive 36.2 6 Did not advance
Albert Zürner 3 m board 74.64 2 Q 73.33 4
10 m platform 65.04 2 Q 72.6 2nd
Plain high dive 31.7 6 Did not advance

Equestrian pictogram.svg Equestrian[edit]

Dressage
Rider Horse Event Final
Penalties Rank
Felix Bürkner King Individual 51 7
Andreas von Flotow Senta Individual 77 11
Carl von Moers New Bank Individual 83 12
Friedrich von Oesterley Condor Individual 36 4
Eventing

(The maximum score in each of the five events was 10.00 points. Ranks given are for the cumulative score after each event. Team score is the sum of the top three individual scores.)

Rider Horse Event Long distance Cross country Steeplechase Show jumping Dressage Total
Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank
Eduard von Lütcken Blue Boy Individual 10.00 1 10.00 1 10.00 1 9.27 6 6.63 8 45.90 8
Carl von Moers May-Queen Individual 10.00 1 10.00 1 8.20 18 8.67 16 7.56 15 44.43 15
Friedrich von Rochow Idealist Individual 10.00 1 10.00 1 10.00 1 9.53 1 6.89 2 46.42 2nd
Richard von Schaesberg Grundsee Individual 10.00 1 10.00 1 10.00 1 9.40 3 6.76 5 46.16 5
Eduard von Lütcken
Friedrich von Rochow
Richard von Schaesberg
Carl von Moers
Blue Boy
Idealist
Grundsee
May-Queen
Team 30.00 30.00 30.00 28.20 20.28 138.48 2nd
Jumping

(Team score is the sum of the top three individual scores.)

Rider Horse Event Final
Penalties Rank
Ernst Deloch Hubertus Individual 10 9
Prince Friedrich Karl of Prussia Gibson Boy Individual 16 18
Sigismund Freyer Ultimus Individual 7 5
Friedrich von Grote Polyphem Individual 16 18
Wilhelm von Hohenau Pretty Girl Individual 9 6
Rabod von Kröcher Dohna Individual 4 2nd
Ernst Deloch
Sigismund Freyer
Wilhelm von Hohenau
Prince Friedrich Karl of Prussia
Hubertus
Ultimus
Pretty Girl
Gibson Boy
Team 40 3rd

Fencing pictogram.svg Fencing[edit]

Fifteen fencers represented Germany. It was the fourth appearance of the nation in fencing, in which Germany had not competed only in 1896. None of the Germans were able to advance to the finals of any event.

Fencer Event Round 1 Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Record Rank Record Rank Record Rank Record Rank
Johannes Adam Foil 3 losses 4 Did not advance
Adolf Davids Foil 2 losses 3 Q 3 losses 4 Did not advance
Julius Lichtenfels Foil 1 loss 1 Q 1 loss 3 Q 3 losses 4 Did not advance
Épée 4 losses 5 Did not advance
Sabre 3 wins 1 Q 1 loss 2 Q Did not start Did not advance
Wilhelm Löffler Foil 2 losses 3 Q 3 losses 4 Did not advance
Walther Meienreis Épée 4 losses 5 Did not advance
Albert Naumann Foil 4 losses 5 Did not advance
Hermann Plaskuda Foil 2 losses 3 Q 4 losses 6 Did not advance
Épée 3 losses 4 Did not advance
Emil Schön Foil 1 loss 1 Q 3 losses 3 Q 2 losses 3 Did not advance
Épée 2 losses 2 Q 4 losses 6 Did not advance
Heinrich Schrader Épée 5 losses 6 Did not advance
Friedrich Schwarz Épée 3 losses 4 Did not advance
Sabre 2 wins 2 Q 1 loss 2 Q 0 wins 5 Did not advance
Georg Stöhr Sabre Bye 4 losses 5 Did not advance
Hans Thomson Épée 2 losses 1 Q 4 losses 4 Did not advance
Sabre 2 wins 2 Q 2 losses 4 Did not advance
Julius Thomson Foil 6 losses 7 Did not advance
Heinrich Ziegler Foil 2 losses 4 Did not advance
Hermann Plaskuda
Emil Schön
Friedrich Schwarz
Heinrich Ziegler
Team épée N/A Bye 0–3 4 Did not advance
Johannes Adam
Jakob Erckrath de Bary
Julius Lichtenfels
Walther Meienreis
Hermann Plaskuda
Emil Schön
Friedrich Schwarz
Georg Stöhr
Team sabre N/A 0–0 2 Q 0–3 4 Did not advance

Football pictogram.svg Football[edit]

Round of 16

1912-06-29
Austria  5 – 1  Germany
Merz Goal 75' Goal 81'
Studnicka Goal 58'
Neubauer Goal 62'
Cimera Goal 89'
Jäger Goal 35'
Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm
Attendance: 2,000

Consolation quarterfinals

1912-07-01
Germany  16 – 0  Russia
Fuchs Goal 2' Goal 9' Goal 21' Goal 28' Goal 34' Goal 46' Goal 51' Goal 55' Goal 65' Goal 69'
Förderer Goal 6' Goal 27' Goal 53' Goal 66'
Burger Goal 30'
Oberle Goal 58'
Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm
Attendance: 2,000

Consolation semifinals

1912-07-03
Hungary  3 – 1  Germany
Schlosser Goal 3' Goal 39' Goal 82' Förderer Goal 56'
Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm
Attendance: 2,000
Final rank
7th place

Gymnastics[edit]

Eighteen gymnasts represented Germany. It was the fifth appearance of the nation in gymnastics, in which Germany had competed at every Olympic Games. The nation sent no individual gymnasts, but did have a team compete in two of the three team events. In neither event did the team win a medal.

Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Artistic[edit]

Gymnast Events Final
Result Rank
Germany Team 32.40 5
Team, free system 16.85 4

Modern pentathlon pictogram.svg Modern pentathlon[edit]

Germany had one competitor in the first Olympic pentathlon competition. Pauen finished 28th of 32 competitors in the first phase, and did not start the second.

(The scoring system was point-for-place in each of the five events, with the smallest point total winning.)

Athlete Shooting Swimming Fencing Riding Running Total points Rank
Score Points Time Points Wins Touches Points Penalties Time Points Time Points
Carl Pauen 102 28 Did not start Retired Did not finish

Rowing pictogram.svg Rowing[edit]

Twenty six rowers represented Germany. It was the nation's third appearance in rowing. Germany's coxed fours boat won the gold medal. The two German eights boats met in the quarterfinals, with the winner of that race going on to win a bronze medal.

(Ranks given are within each crew's heat.)

Rower Event Heats Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Kurt Hoffmann Single sculls Unknown 2 Did not advance
Martin Stahnke Single sculls 8:28.8 1 Q 7:58.8 2 Did not advance
Albert Arnheiter
Otto Fickeisen
Rudolf Fickeisen
Karl Leister (cox)[2]
Otto Maier (cox)[2]
Hermann Wilker
Coxed fours 7:06.6 1 Q 7:14.4 1 Q 7:41.0 1 Q 6:59.4 1st
Otto Charlet (cox)
Fritz Eggebrecht
Carl Eichhorn
Richard Friesicke
Gottfried Gelfort
Heinrich Landrock
Egbert Reinsfeld
Andreas Wegener
Ludwig Weihnacht
Eights 6:45.1 1 Q Unknown 2 Did not advance
Fritz Bartholomae
Willi Bartholomae
Max Bröske
Werner Dehn
Otto Liebing
Hans Matthiae
Rudolf Reichelt
Kurt Runge (cox)
Max Vetter
Eights 6:57.0 1 Q 6:22.2 1 Q 6:18.6 2 Did not advance (3rd)

Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting[edit]

Eleven shooters represented Germany. It was the nation's third appearance in shooting. Germany won its first Olympic shooting medals with a silver in the individual trap (by Alfred Goeldel) and a bronze in the team clay pigeons.

Shooter Event Final
Result Rank
Gerhard Bock 50 m pistol 395 44
Alfred Goeldel Trap 94 2nd
Horst Goeldel 100 m deer, single shots 27 24
Trap 86 12
Erich Graf von Bernstorff Trap 84 17
Heinrich Hoffmann 50 m pistol 189 54
Erland Koch 100 m deer, single shots 33 13
100 m deer, double shots 47 17
Trap 86 12
Hans Lüttich Trap 77 25
Georg Meyer 25 m rapid fire pistol 207 39
Albert Preuß 100 m deer, single shots 28 21
100 m deer, double shots 47 17
Trap 88 4
Franz von Zedlitz und Leipe Trap 88 4
Gerhard Bock
Heinrich Hoffmann
Georg Meyer
Bernhard Wandollek
30 m team military pistol 890 7
Alfred Goeldel
Horst Goeldel
Erich Graf von Bernstorff
Erland Koch
Albert Preuß
Franz von Zedlitz und Leipe
Team clay pigeons 510 3rd

Tennis[edit]

Seven tennis players, including one woman, represented Germany at the 1912 Games. It was the nation's fourth appearance in tennis, having missed only 1900. The lone German woman, Köring, was the most successful German player, taking the silver medal in her outdoor singles competition and winning the gold along with Schomburgk in the outdoor mixed doubles. Kreuzer was the only one of the six men to advance to the semifinals in the men's singles; he finished with the bronze medal.

Men
Athlete Event Round of 128 Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Ludwig Heyden Outdoor singles Bye  Mény (FRA)
W 7-9, 4-6, 6-2, 7-5, 6-1
 Kelemen (HUN)
W 6-3, 4-6, 7-5, 7-5
 Pell (USA)
W 2-6, 7-5, 8-6, 7-5
 Winslow (RSA)
L 6-2, 6-4, 8-10, 4-6, 6-3
Did not advance 5
Oscar Kreuzer Outdoor singles Bye  Björklund (NOR)
W 6-0, 6-0, 6-1
Bye  Sumarokow (RUS)
W 6-2, 10-12, 6-4, 6-0
 Zborzil (AUT)
W 6-4, 6-3, 6-2
 Winslow (RSA)
L 9-7, 7-5, 6-2
 Žemla (BOH)
W 6-2, 3-6, 6-3, 6-1
3rd
Otto Lindpainter Outdoor singles  Pipes (AUT)
L 6-2, 6-3, 6-3
Did not advance 48
Heinrich Schomburgk Outdoor singles Bye Bye  Spiess (GER)
W 8-6, 6-1, 6-4
 Kitson (RSA)
L 6-2, 6-2, 6-3
Did not advance 9
Robert Spiess Outdoor singles Bye  Just (BOH)
W 2-6, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-1
 Schomburgk (GER)
L 8-6, 6-1, 6-4
Did not advance 17
Otto von Müller Outdoor singles Bye  Fredriksen (DEN)
W 6-2, 6-1, 6-4
 Zsigmondy (HUN)
W 6-1, 6-2, 6-0
 Kehrling (HUN)
W 6-2, 6-1, 6-1
 Žemla (BOH)
L 6-4, 7-5, 6-4
Did not advance 5
Ludwig Heyden
Robert Spiess
Outdoor doubles N/A  Grönfors & Möller (SWE)
W 3-6, 6-4, 6-2, 4-6, 6-1
 Frederiksen & Frigast (DEN)
W 6-2, 7-5, 6-3
 Just & Žemla (BOH)
L 6-0, 8-6, 6-4
Did not advance 5
Heinrich Schomburgk
Otto von Müller
Outdoor doubles N/A  Bárath & Kelemen (HUN)
W 6-0, 6-0, 6-2
 Canet & Mény (FRA)
L 6-8, 6-3, 6-2, 6-3
Did not advance 9
Women
Athlete Event Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Dora Köring Outdoor singles  Fick (SWE)
W 7-5, 6-3
Bye  Arnheim (SWE)
W 6-4, 6-3
 Broquedis (FRA)
L 4-6, 6-3, 6-4
2nd
Mixed
Athlete Event Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Dora Köring
Heinrich Schomburgk
Outdoor doubles Bye Bye  Broquedis & Canet (FRA)
W 6-2, 6-3
 Fick & Setterwall (SWE)
W 6-4, 6-0
1st

Wrestling[edit]

Greco-Roman[edit]

Germany sent 14 wrestlers in its third Olympic wrestling appearance. Gerstäcker had the best performance from among the Germans, taking the nation's first medal since 1896 when he placed second in the featherweight class. Two other Germans advanced to within one bout of the medal rounds. The German team went a combined 23-27 in the elimination rounds and 1-1 in the medals rounds.

Wrestler Class First round Second round Third round Fourth round Fifth round Sixth round Seventh round Final
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Match A
Opposition
Result
Match B
Opposition
Result
Match C
Opposition
Result
Rank
Georg Andersen Featherweight  Johansson (SWE)
L
 Pongrácz (HUN)
L
Did not advance 26
Andreas Dumrauf Lightweight  Mathiasson (SWE)
L
 Lofthus (NOR)
L
Did not advance 31
Georg Gerstäcker Featherweight  Szoszky (HUN)
W
 Mustonen (FIN)
W
 Johansson (SWE)
W
 Haapanen (FIN)
W
 Kangas (FIN)
L
 Lehmusvirta (FIN)
W
 Leivonen (FIN)
W
 Lasanen (FIN)
W
Bye  Koskelo (FIN)
L
2nd
Karl Gross Light heavyweight  Rajala (FIN)
L
 Böhling (FIN)
L
Did not advance N/A Did not advance 20
Jean Hauptmanns Heavyweight  Viljaama (FIN)
L
 Saarela (FIN)
L
Did not advance N/A Did not advance 12
Bruno Heckel Lightweight  Lund (SWE)
L
 Björklund (SWE)
W
 Pukkila (FIN)
W
 Tanttu (FIN)
W
 Kolehmainen (FIN)
L
Did not advance 11
Adolf Kurz Middleweight  Andersen (DEN)
W
 Åberg (FIN)
L
 Holm (FIN)
L
Did not advance 20
Fritz Lange Light heavyweight  Lindberg (FIN)
L
 Trestler (AUT)
W
 Andersson (SWE)
W
 Wiklund (FIN)
W
Bye  Böhling (FIN)
L
N/A Did not advance 4
Josef Merkle Middleweight  Holm (FIN)
W
 Fältström (SWE)
W
 Åberg (FIN)
L
 Klein (RUS)
L
Did not advance 11
Jakob Neser Heavyweight  Farnest (RUS)
W
 Bonneveld (NED)
W
 Olin (FIN)
L
 Lindfors (FIN)
W
 Viljaama (FIN)
W
 Saarela (FIN)
L
N/A Did not advance 4
Peter Oehler Light heavyweight  Nagel (DEN)
W
 Kumpu (FIN)
W
 Böhling (FIN)
L
 Eriksen (DEN)
L
Did not advance N/A Did not advance 11
Ludwig Saeurhöfer Lightweight  Nilsson (SWE)
L
 Jonsson (SWE)
W
 Sándor (HUN)
W
 Lofthus (NOR)
L
Did not advance 17
Conrad Stein Featherweight  Larsson (SWE)
L
 Ankondinow (RUS)
L
Did not advance 26
Wilhelm Steputat Middleweight  Åberg (FIN)
L
Bye  Gargano (ITA)
L
Did not advance 20

Art Competitions[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Germany at the 1912 Stockholm Summer Games". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2012-06-24. 
  2. ^ a b The team listed as gold medalists in the IOC medal database does not include Maier. The Official Report notes that the German boat changed coxes after its first round heat, but does not say which cox did the heat and which the rest of the races.

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