1935 International University Games

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The 1935 International University Games were organised by the Confederation Internationale des Etudiants (CIE) and held in Budapest, Hungary. Held from 10–18 August, a total of 774 athletes from 26 nations competed in a programme featuring ten sports. Gymnastics made its first appearance on the programme, with events for men and women.[1]

Sports[edit]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  József Sir (HUN) 10.80  Monta Suzuki (JPN) 10.80  Maurice Scarr (ENG) 10.80
200 metres  József Sir (HUN) 21.60  Cyril Holmes (ENG) 21.80  Monta Suzuki (JPN) 21.90
400 metres  Raymond Boisset (FRA) 48.90  Felix Rinner (AUT) 49.10  Peter Rossler (GER) 49.70
800 metres  James "Hamish" Stothard (ENG) 01:56.0  George Pochat (GER) 01:56.5  Paul Faure (FRA) 01:56.6
1500 metres  Jack Lovelock (NZL) 04:00.0  Mihály Ignatz (HUN) 04:03.8  Sándor Rátonyi (HUN) 04:05.2
5000 metres  Peter Ward (ENG) 15:22.6  Hideo Tanaka (JPN) 15:24.4  András Csaplár (HUN) 15:26.0
110 metres hurdles  Erwin Wegner (GER) 14.70  József Kovács (HUN) 15.00  Tadashi Murakami (JPN) 15.30
400 metres hurdles  József Kovács (HUN) 53.20  Erwin Wegner (GER) 53.50  Fritz Nottbrock (GER) 55.70
4×100 metres relay  Hungary (HUN) 41.60  Germany (GER) 41.60  England (ENG) 42.10
4×400 metres relay  France (FRA) 3:17.4  Germany (GER) 3:17.4  Hungary (HUN) 3:17.6
1600 metres medley relay  England (ENG) 3:31.2  Germany (GER) 3:31.2  Czech Republic (CZE) 3:32.2
High jump  Yoshiro Asakuma (JPN) 1.94  Gustav Weinkötz (GER) 1.94  Hiroshi Tanaka (JPN) 1.94
Pole vault  Shuhei Nishida (JPN) 4.30  Sueo Oe (JPN) 4.10  Wolfgang Hartmann (GER) 4.00
Long jump  Naoto Tajima (JPN) 7.52  Luz Long (GER) 7.39  Masao Harada (JPN) 7.37
Shot put  Arnold Viiding (EST) 15.38  István Horváth (HUN) 14.56  Gerhard Stöck (GER) 14.44
Discus throw  Hans-Heinrich Sievert (GER) 46.47  Gerhard Hilbrecht (GER) 46.37  Dezsõ Józsa (HUN) 45.99
Javelin throw  Gerhard Stöck (GER) 67.80  Eugeniusz Lokajski (POL) 65.25  Gustav Sule (EST) 64.95
Pentathlon  Gerhard Stöck (GER) 3669.00  Eugeniusz Lokajski (POL) 3396.00  Fritz Müller (GER) 3332.00

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Stella Walasiewicz (POL) 12.00  Dorothy Saunders (ENG) 12.70  D. Fellehner (GER) 12.70
400 metres  Stella Walasiewicz (POL) 57.60  Irena Swiederska (POL) 62.00  Käthe Erfling (GER) 62.10
80 metres hurdles  Grethe Whitehead (ENG) 12.60  Siegfriede Dempe (GER) 12.90  Katalin Vértessy (HUN) 13.00
4×100 metres relay  Germany (GER) 50.00  England (ENG) 50.00  Poland (POL) 50.70
High jump  Gisela Mauermayer (GER) 1.50  Wanda Nowak (AUT) 1.45  Alise Gailīte (LAT) 1.40
Long jump  Stella Walasiewicz (POL) 5.73  Traute Göppner (GER) 5.67  Gisela Mauermayer (GER) 5.56?
Discus throw  Gisela Mauermayer (GER) 44.93  Genowefa Czejzik (POL) 35.47  Stella Walasiewicz (POL) 34.81
Javelin throw  Štepánka Pekárová (TCH) 38.19  Gerda Goldmann (GER) 36.69  Erika Matthes (GER) 34.10

Athletics medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany (GER) 7 9 8 24
2  England (ENG) 4 3 1 8
3  Poland (POL) 3 4 2 9
4  Hungary (HUN) 3 3 5 11
5  Japan (JPN) 3 3 4 10
6  France (FRA) 2 0 1 3
7  Estonia (EST) 1 0 1 2
8  New Zealand (NZL) 1 0 0 1
9  Austria (AUT) 0 2 0 2
10  Latvia (LAT) 0 0 1 1
Total 24 24 23 71

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bell, Daniel (2003). Encyclopedia of International Games. McFarland and Company, Inc. Publishers, Jefferson, North Carolina. ISBN 0-7864-1026-4.