Germany at the 1900 Summer Olympics

Germany At The 1900 Summer Olympics

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Germany at the 1900 Summer Olympics

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Germany competed at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris, France.


Germany finished in seventh position in the final medal rankings, with four gold medals and eight medals overall.

Results by event


Six German athletes had 10 entries in nine athletics events, not winning any medals.


The second Olympic cycling competition saw Germany appear for its second time. This time, the German cyclists won no medals.


Germany first competed in fencing at the Olympics in the sport's second appearance. The nation sent two fencers.


Germany, which had dominated the first gymnastics competitions four years earlier, failed to win a medal in the second Olympic gymnastics competition.



Germany was one of three teams to compete in the first Olympic rugby games. Germany lost its only game, against France. The game against Great Britain was cancelled due to travel plans.


Germany's four sailors were fairly successful in the 1900 events, taking 2 medals. They took the silver medal in the open class and the gold in the 1-2 ton, but disqualified from the ½-1 ton class for being overweight.


Germany first competed in shooting at the 1900 Games. One German shooter competed in the trap shooting event, tying for 7th place.


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