List of Olympic medalists in rugby union

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This is the complete list of Olympic medalists in fifteen-a-side rugby union. Rugby union will be making a comeback to the games in the form of rugby sevens in Rio de Janeiro, 2016.

Fifteen-a-side[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Paris
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 France (FRA)
Alexandre Pharamond
Frantz Reichel
Jean Collas
Constantin Henriquez de Zubiera
Auguste Giroux
André Rischmann
Léon Binoche
Charles Gondouin
André Roosevelt
Hubert Lefèbvre
Emile Sarrade
Wladimir Aïtoff
Joseph Olivier
Jean-Guy Gauthier
A. Albert
Victor Larchandet
J. Hervé
 Germany (GER)[1]
Hermann Kreuzer
Arnold Landvoigt
Heinrich Reitz
Jacob Herrmann
Erich Ludwig
Hugo Betting
August Schmierer
Fritz Muller
Adolf Stockhausen
Hans Latscha
Willy Hofmeister
Georg Wenderoth
Eduard Poppe
Richard Ludwig
Albert Amrhein
none awarded
 Great Britain (GBR)[2]

F. C. Bayliss
J. Henry Birtles
James Cantion
Arthur Darby
Clement Deykin
L. Hood
M. L. Logan
H. A. Loveitt
Herbert Nicol
V. Smith
M. W. Talbot
Joseph Wallis
Claude Whittindale
Raymond Whittindale
Francis Wilson

1904 St. Louis not included in the Olympic program
1908 London
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 Australasia (ANZ)
Phil Carmichael
Charles Russell
Daniel Carroll
Jack Hickey
Frank Smith
Chris McKivat
Arthur McCabe
Thomas Griffen
John Barnett
Patrick McCue
Sydney Middleton
Tom Richards
Malcolm McArthur
Charles McMurtrie
Robert Craig
 Great Britain (GBR)[3]


Edward Jackett
Barney Solomon
Bert Solomon
Frederick Dean
J. T. Jose
Thomas Wedge
James Davey
Richard Jackett
E. J. Jones
Arthur Wilson
Nicholas Tregurtha
A. Lawrey
C. R. Marshall
A. Wilcocks
John Trevaskis

none awarded
1912 Stockholm not included in the Olympic program
1920 Antwerp
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 United States (USA)
Daniel Carroll
Charles Doe
George Fish
James Fitzpatrick
Joseph Hunter
Morris Kirksey
Charles Mehan
John Muldoon
John O'Neil
John Patrick
Cornelius Righter
Colby Slater
Rudolph Scholz
Dink Templeton
Charles Lee Tilden, Jr.
James Winston
Heaton Wrenn
 France (FRA)
Alfred Eluère
Jean Bruneval
André Chilo
Grenet
François Borde
René Crabos
Edouard Bader
Raoul Thiercelin
Adolphe Bousquet
Curtet
Jacques Forestier
Raymond Berrurier
Eugène Soulie
Maurice Labeyrie
Robert Levasseur
Constant Lamaigniere
Pierre Petiteau
Robert Thierry
none awarded
1924 Paris
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 United States (USA)
Philip Clark
Norman Cleaveland
Hugh Cunningham
Dudley DeGroot
Robert Devereux
George Dixon
Charles Doe
Linn Farrish
Edward Graff
Joseph Hunter
Richard Hyland
Caesar Mannelli
Charles Mehan
John Muldoon
John O'Neil
John Patrick
William Rogers
Rudolph Scholz
Colby Slater
Norman Slater
Charles Lee Tilden, Jr.
Edward Turkington
Alan Valentine
Alan Williams
 France (FRA)
René Araou
Jean Bayard
Louis Beguet
André Béhotéguy
Alexandre Bioussa
Etienne Bonnes
François Borde
Adolphe Bousquet
Aimé Cassayet-Armagnac
Clément Dupont
Albert Dupouy
Jean Etcheberry
Henri Galau
Gilbert Gérintès
Raoul Got
Adolphe Jaureguy
René Lasserre
Marcel-Frédéric Lubin-Lebrère
Etienne Piquiral
Jean Vaysse
 Romania (ROU)
Dumitru Armasel
Gheorghe Bentia
Theodor Florian
Ion Girlisteanu
Nicolae Marasco
Theodor Marian
Sorin Michailesco
Paul Nedelcovici
Iosif Nemesch
Eugen Sfetescu
Mircea Sfetescu
Soare Sterian
Anastasie Tanasescu
Mihail Vardala
Paul Vidrashcu
Dumitru Volvoreanu
1928-2012 not included in the Olympic program

Seven-a-side[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2016 Rio de Janeiro
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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Represented by SC 1880 Frankfurt
  2. ^ Represented by Moseley Wanderers
  3. ^ The Cornwall county team represented Great Britain

References[edit]