Denmark at the 1900 Summer Olympics

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Denmark at the
1900 Summer Olympics
Flag of Denmark.svg
IOC code DEN
NOC National Olympic Committee and Sports Confederation of Denmark
Website www.dif.dk (in Danish) (in English)
in Paris
Competitors 13 in 5 sports
Medals
Ranked 10th
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 3 2 6
Summer Olympics appearances (overview)
Other related appearances
1906 Intercalated Games

Denmark competed at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris. The Danish contingent, 13 men, competed in 5 sports and had 30 entries in 14 events.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Medal Name Sport Event
 Gold Jørgen Madsen, LarsLars Jørgen Madsen Shooting Men's 300 metre free rifle, standing
 Silver Peter Nielsen, AndersAnders Peter Nielsen Shooting Men's 300 metre free rifle, kneeling
 Silver Peter Nielsen, AndersAnders Peter Nielsen Shooting Men's 300 metre free rifle, prone
 Silver Peter Nielsen, AndersAnders Peter Nielsen Shooting Men's 300 metre free rifle, three positions
 Bronze Lykkeberg, PederPeder Lykkeberg Swimming Men's underwater swimming
 Bronze Schultz, ErnstErnst Schultz Athletics Men's 400 metres

Additionally, Edgar Aabye, Eugen Schmidt, and Charles Winckler were part of a mixed team (with three athletes from Sweden) that won the gold medal in tug of war.

Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics[edit]

Four athletes competed in six athletics events, taking a bronze medal.

Athlete Events Heat Semi-final Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Johannes Gandil 100 m Unknown 3 Did not advance
Ernst Schultz 400 m Unknown 2 Q n/a 51.5 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Christian Christensen 800 m Unknown 5 n/a Did not advance
1500 m n/a Unknown 5
Athlete Events Heat Final
Result Rank Result Rank
Charles Winckler discus throw 32.50 8 Did not advance
shot put 10.76 10 Did not advance

Fencing pictogram.svg Fencing[edit]

Denmark competed in fencing for the second time in 1900. The team won no medals that time.

Athlete Event Round 1 Quarterfinal Repechage Semifinal Final
Jens Peter Berthelsen Men's masters sabre Not advanced by jury Did not advance

Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting[edit]

Denmark competed again at the second Olympic shooting events. Jensen, who had been more successful in weightlifting four years earlier but had won a bronze medal in shooting, returned. This time, he received no shooting medals. Madsen won an individual gold medal, while Nielsen took three individual silvers including the overall. The team did not take a medal in the team event, though they came close with a score only 13 points less than bronze medallist France's.

Shooter Event Score Rank
Lars Jørgen Madsen Men's 300 metre free rifle, standing 305 1st, gold medalist(s)
Viggo Jensen 277 11
Anders Peter Nielsen 277 11
Axel Kristensen 261 22
Laurids Jensen-Kjær 238 28
Anders Peter Nielsen Men's 300 metre free rifle, kneeling 314 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Lars Jørgen Madsen 299 8
Viggo Jensen 290 13
Laurids Jensen-Kjær 271 22
Axel Kristensen 260 26
Anders Peter Nielsen Men's 300 metre free rifle, prone 330 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Viggo Jensen 308 10
Lars Jørgen Madsen 301 16
Laurids Jensen-Kjær 273 27
Axel Kristensen 261 30
Anders Peter Nielsen Men's 300 metre free rifle, three positions 921 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Lars Jørgen Madsen 905 5
Viggo Jensen 875 15
Laurids Jensen-Kjær 782 28
Axel Kristensen 782 28
Lars Jørgen Madsen
Viggo Jensen
Anders Peter Nielsen
Axel Kristensen
Laurids Jensen-Kjær
Men's 300 metre free rifle, team 4265 4

Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming[edit]

Denmark entered one event in its inaugural Olympic swimming appearance, with Lykkeberg taking the bronze medal.

Athlete Event Seconds Metres Score Rank
Peder Lykkeberg Underwater swimming 90.0 28.50 147.0 3rd, bronze medalist(s)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Denmark:1900 Olympic Results". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2010-03-31.