|Olympic medal record|
|Bronze||1912 Stockholm||Men's coxed fours|
He was a crew member of the Danish boat, which won the bronze medal in the coxed fours. Erik Bisgaard later was to become a renown ambassador for the sport of rowing in South America. Prior to the outbreak of the First World War Bisgaard left Denmark for Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he worked as an architect and engineer until his death in 1987. Erik Bisgaard's Great-Grandson is Roddy Bisgaard Lanigan who was a scholastic rowing champion in the United States.