List of 1896 Summer Olympics medal winners

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This article lists the athletes who won a medal (awarded retrospectively by the International Olympic Committee) to 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens (Greece).

Contents
  1. Athletics
  2. Cycling
  3. Fencing
  1. Gymnastics
  2. Shooting
  3. Swimming
  1. Tennis
  2. Weightlifting
  3. Wrestling


Athletics[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
details
Thomas Burke
 United States
Fritz Hofmann
 Germany
Francis Lane
 United States
Alajos Szokolyi
 Hungary
400 metres
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Thomas Burke
 United States
Herbert Jamison
 United States
Charles Gmelin
 Great Britain
800 metres
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Edwin Flack
 Australia
Nándor Dáni
 Hungary
Dimitrios Golemis
 Greece
1500 metres
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Edwin Flack
 Australia
Arthur Blake
 United States
Albin Lermusiaux
 France
110 meter hurdles
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Thomas Curtis
 United States
Grantley Goulding
 Great Britain
none awarded
Marathon
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Spyridon Louis
 Greece
Charilaos Vasilakos
 Greece
Gyula Kellner
 Hungary
High jump
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Ellery Clark
 United States
James Connolly
 United States
none awarded
Robert Garrett
 United States
Pole vault
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William Hoyt
 United States
Albert Tyler
 United States
Evangelos Damaskos
 Greece
Ioannis Theodoropoulos
 Greece
Long jump
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Ellery Clark
 United States
Robert Garrett
 United States
James Connolly
 United States
Triple jump
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James Connolly
 United States
Alexandre Tuffère
 France
Ioannis Persakis
 Greece
Shot put
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Robert Garrett
 United States
Miltiadis Gouskos
 Greece
Georgios Papasideris
 Greece
Discus throw
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Robert Garrett
 United States
Panagiotis Paraskevopoulos
 Greece
Sotirios Versis
 Greece

Cycling[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Road race
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Aristidis Konstantinidis
 Greece
August von Gödrich
 Germany
Edward Battell
 Great Britain
Sprint
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Paul Masson
 France
Stamatios Nikolopoulos
 Greece
Léon Flameng
 France
Time trial
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Paul Masson
 France
Stamatios Nikolopoulos
 Greece
Adolf Schmal
 Austria
10 km
details
Paul Masson
 France
Léon Flameng
 France
Adolf Schmal
 Austria
100 km
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Léon Flameng
 France
Georgios Kolettis
 Greece
not awarded
12 hour race
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Adolf Schmal
 Austria
Frederick Keeping
 Great Britain
not awarded

Fencing[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Foil
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Eugène-Henri Gravelotte
 France
Henri Callot
 France
Perikles Pierrakos-Mavromichalis
 Greece
Masters foil
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Leonidas Pyrgos
 Greece
Joanni Perronet
 France
not awarded
Sabre
details
Ioannis Georgiadis
 Greece
Telemachos Karakalos
 Greece
Holger Nielsen
 Denmark

Gymnastics[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Horizontal bar
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Hermann Weingärtner
 Germany
Alfred Flatow
 Germany
not awarded
Parallel bars
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Alfred Flatow
 Germany
Louis Zutter
 Switzerland
not awarded
Pommel horse
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Louis Zutter
 Switzerland
Hermann Weingärtner
 Germany
not awarded
Rings
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Ioannis Mitropoulos
 Greece
Hermann Weingärtner
 Germany
Petros Persakis
 Greece
Rope climbing
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Nikolaos Andriakopoulos
 Greece
Thomas Xenakis
 Greece
Fritz Hofmann
 Germany
Vault
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Carl Schuhmann
 Germany
Louis Zutter
 Switzerland
Hermann Weingärtner
 Germany
Team parallel bars
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 Germany (GER)
Conrad Böcker
Alfred Flatow
Gustav Flatow
Georg Hilmar
Fritz Hofmann
Fritz Manteuffel
Karl Neukirch
Richard Röstel
Gustav Schuft
Carl Schuhmann
Hermann Weingärtner
 Greece (GRE)
Nikolaos Andriakopoulos
Sotirios Athanasopoulos
Petros Persakis
Thomas Xenakis
 Greece (GRE)
Ioannis Chrysafis
Ioannis Mitropoulos
Dimitrios Loundras
Filippos Karvelas
Team horizontal bar
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 Germany (GER)
Conrad Böcker
Alfred Flatow
Gustav Flatow
Georg Hilmar
Fritz Hofmann
Fritz Manteuffel
Karl Neukirch
Richard Röstel
Gustav Schuft
Carl Schuhmann
Hermann Weingärtner
not awarded not awarded

Shooting[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
200 metre military rifle
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Pantelis Karasevdas
 Greece
Pavlos Pavlidis
 Greece
Nikolaos Trikoupis
 Greece
300 metre free rifle, three positions
details
Georgios Orphanidis
 Greece
Ioannis Frangoudis
 Greece
Viggo Jensen
 Denmark
25 metre military pistol
details
John Paine
 United States
Sumner Paine
 United States
Nikolaos Morakis
 Greece
25 metre rapid fire pistol
details
Ioannis Frangoudis
 Greece
Georgios Orfanidis
 Greece
Holger Nielsen
 Denmark
30 metre free pistol
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Sumner Paine
 United States
Holger Nielsen
 Denmark
Ioannis Frangoudis
 Greece

Swimming[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m freestyle
details
Alfréd Hajós
 Hungary
Otto Herschmann
 Austria
not awarded
500 m freestyle
details
Paul Neumann
 Austria
Antonios Pepanos
 Greece
Efstathios Chorafas
 Greece
1200 m freestyle
details
Alfréd Hajós
 Hungary
Ioannis Andreou
 Greece
Efstathios Chorafas
 Greece
Sailors 100 m freestyle
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Ioannis Malokinis
 Greece
Spyridon Chazapis
 Greece
Dimitrios Drivas
 Greece

Tennis[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men’s singles
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John Pius Boland
 Great Britain
Dionysios Kasdaglis
 Greece
Konstantinos Paspatis
 Greece
Momcsilló Tapavicza
 Hungary
Men's doubles
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John Pius Boland
 Great Britain
Friedrich Traun
 Germany
Dimitrios Petrokokkinos
 Greece
Dionysios Kasdaglis
 Greece
Teddy Flack
 Australia
George S. Robertson
 Great Britain

Weightlifting[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
One hand lift
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Launceston Elliot
 Great Britain
Viggo Jensen
 Denmark
Alexandros Nikolopoulos
 Greece
Two hand lift
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Viggo Jensen
 Denmark
Launceston Elliot
 Great Britain
Sotirios Versis
 Greece

Wrestling[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Greco-Roman
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Carl Schuhmann
 Germany
Georgios Tsitas
 Greece
Stefanos Christopoulos
 Greece

References[edit]

  • "Results and Medalists—1896 Summer". Olympic.org. International Olympic Committee.