competed at the modern Olympic Games for the first time at the 1920 Summer Olympics
With 3 medals, Brazil finished at 15th
among 29 nations.
- Afrânio da Costa,Sebastião Wolf,Dario Barbosa,Fernando Soledade, Guilherme Paraense: Shooting, Team 50 m army pistol
A single diver represented Brazil in the nation's Olympic debut in 1920. Wellisch competed in all three of the men's events, reaching the final in two but winning no medals.
<small>Ranks given are within the semifinal group.
Two swimmers, both male, represented Brazil in 1920. It was the nation's debut in the sport as well as the Olympics. Neither swimmer advanced past the quarterfinals.
<small>Ranks given are within the heat.
Brazil competed in the Olympic water polo tournament for the first time in 1920. A modified version of the Bergvall System
was in use at the time. Brazil won its first match, against France, before being defeated by Sweden in the quarterfinals.
- Round of 16
- Final rank: 6th
Five rowers represented Brazil in 1920. It was the nation's debut in the sport. Brazil sent one boat, in the coxed fours. It was unable to advance past the semifinals, taking second place to the United States in the three-boat... Read More