Mixed team at the 1900 Summer Olympics

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Early Olympic Games allowed for individuals in a team to be from different nations. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) now groups their results together under the mixed team designation (IOC code ZZX). During the 1900 Summer Olympics, several teams comprising international members won 12 medals in 7 different events.

Medalists[edit]

Medal Name Sport Event
 Gold  Charles Bennett (GBR)
 John Rimmer (GBR)
 Sidney Robinson (GBR)
 Stan Rowley (AUS)
 Alfred Tysoe (GBR)
Athletics 5000 metre team race
 Gold  Denis St. George Daly (GBR)
 Foxhall Parker Keene (USA)
 Frank Mackey (USA)
 Alfred Rawlinson (GBR)
Polo
 Gold  François Brandt (NED)
 Hermanus Brockmann (NED)
 Roelof Klein (NED)
 Unknown French athlete (FRA)
Rowing coxed pairs
 Gold  Frédéric Blanchy (FRA)
 E. William Exshaw (GBR)
 Jacques Le Lavasseur (FRA)
Sailing 2-3 ton (race 1)
 Gold  Frédéric Blanchy (FRA)
 E. William Exshaw (GBR)
 Jacques Le Lavasseur (FRA)
Sailing 2-3 ton (race 2)
 Gold  Edgar Aabye (DEN)
 August Nilsson (SWE)
 Eugen Schmidt (DEN)
 Gustaf Söderström (SWE)
 Karl Staaf (SWE)
 Charles Winckler (DEN)
Tug of war
 Silver  Walter McCreery (USA)
 Frederick Freake (GBR)
 Walter Buckmaster (GBR)
 Jean de Madre (GBR)
Polo
 Silver  Max Décugis (FRA)
 Basil Spalding de Garmendia (USA)
Tennis men's doubles
 Silver  Hélène Prévost (FRA)
 Harold Mahoney (GBR)
Tennis mixed doubles
 Bronze  Frederick Agnew Gill (GBR)
 Robert Fournier-Sarlovèze (FRA)
 Edouard Alphonse de Rothschild (FRA)
 Maurice Raoul-Duval (FRA)
Polo
 Bronze  Marion Jones (USA)
 Lawrence Doherty (GBR)
Tennis mixed doubles
 Bronze  Hedwiga Rosenbaumová (BOH)
 Archibald Warden (GBR)
Tennis mixed doubles

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