Austria at the 1900 Summer Olympics
|Austria at the
1900 Summer Olympics
|NOC||Austrian Olympic Committee|
|Competitors||13 in 3 sports|
|Summer Olympics appearances (overview)|
|Other related appearances|
|1906 Intercalated Games|
Austria competed at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris, France. Austrian and Hungarian results at early Olympics are generally kept separate despite the union of the two nations as Austria-Hungary at the time.
13 Austrian competitors entered 3 disciplines, with 19 entries across 10 events.
|Silver||Ruberl, KarlKarl Ruberl||Swimming||men's 200 metre backstroke|
|Silver||Wahle, OttoOtto Wahle||Swimming||men's 1000 metre freestyle|
|Silver||Wahle, OttoOtto Wahle||Swimming||men's 200 metre obstacle event|
|Bronze||Flesch, SiegfriedSiegfried Flesch||Fencing||sabre|
|Bronze||Neralić, MilanMilan Neralić||Fencing||masters sabre|
|Bronze||Ruberl, KarlKarl Ruberl||Swimming||men's 200 metre freestyle|
One Austrian athlete competed in two events, not winning any medals in the sport.
|Hermann Wraschtil||1500 m||Unknown||6|
|2500 m steeplechase||Unknown||5|
- Some records show that a Cornelius von Lubowiecki was in the team to compete in the discus throw, but there is no record of him making a throw.
- Mandl also competed in the Hacks and Hunter combined and the Mail coach events as did Count Georges de Zogheb in the latter, but these are now considered a non-Olympic event.
Austria competed for the second time in fencing at the 1900 Games. The Austrian saberists won a pair of bronze medals, the nation's first medals in the sport.
|Rudolf Brosch||Men's foil||Advanced by jury||Sent to Repechage by jury||Advanced by jury||4th Q||8th|
|van der Stoppen||Advanced by jury||Not advanced by jury||Did not advance|
|Heinrich Rischtoff||Not advanced by jury||Did not advance|
|Siegfried Flesch||Men's sabre||Top 4 in group||n/a||3rd in group Q|
|Heinrich von Tenner||Top 4 in group||n/a||2nd in group Q||7th|
|Camillo Müller||Top 4 in group||n/a||2nd in group Q||8th|
|Harstein||Top 4 in group||n/a||Not in top 4||Did not advance|
|Milan Neralić||Men's masters sabre||Top 4 in group||n/a||4th in group Q|
|Karl Ruberl||200 m freestyle||2:22.6||1 Q||2:32.0|
|Otto Wahle||2:35.6||1 Q||DNS|
|Karl Ruberl||200 m backstroke||2:56.0||1 Q||2:56.0|
|Otto Wahle||1000 m freestyle||15:27.0||2 q||14:43.6|
|Alois Anderlé||400 m freestyle||1:26:25.6||4 q||DNF|
|Karl Ruberl||200 m obstacle event||3:06.0||2 Q||2:51.2||4|
|Otto Wahle||2:56.1||1 Q||2:40.0|
|Alois Anderlé||Underwater swimming||22.4||23.50||69.4||13|
- De Wael, Herman. Herman's Full Olympians: "1900 Olympians from Austria". Accessed 11 March 2006. Available electronically at .
- Mallon, Bill (1998). The 1900 Olympic Games, Results for All Competitors in All Events, with Commentary. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers. ISBN 978-0-7864-0378-3.