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Swimming at the 1936 Summer Olympics

At the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, eleven swimming events were contested, six for men and five for women. The competitions were held from Saturday August 8, 1936 to Saturday August 15, 1936. There was a total of 248 participants from 29 countries competing.

Contents

  • Medal table 1
  • Medal summary 2
    • Men's events 2.1
    • Women's events 2.2
  • References 3

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Japan (JPN) 4 2 5 11
2  Netherlands (NED) 4 1 0 5
3  United States (USA) 2 3 3 8
4  Hungary (HUN) 1 0 1 2
5  Germany (GER) 0 3 1 4
6  Denmark (DEN) 0 1 1 2
7  Argentina (ARG) 0 1 0 1
Total 11 11 11 33

Medal summary

Men's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m freestyle
22x20px|border|alt=|link=]] Ferenc Csik
Hungary (HUN)
 Masanori Yusa
Japan (JPN)
 Shigeo Arai
Japan (JPN)
400 m freestyle
 Jack Medica
United States (USA)
 Shunpei Uto
Japan (JPN)
 Shozo Makino
Japan (JPN)
1500 m freestyle
 Noboru Terada
Japan (JPN)
 Jack Medica
United States (USA)
 Shunpei Uto
Japan (JPN)
100 m backstroke
 Adolph Kiefer
United States (USA)
 Al Vande Weghe
United States (USA)
 Masaji Kiyokawa
Japan (JPN)
200 m breaststroke
 Tetsuo Hamuro
Japan (JPN)
 Erwin Sietas
Germany (GER)
 Reizo Koike
Japan (JPN)
4×200 m freestyle relay
 Japan (JPN)
Shigeo Arai
Shigeo Sugiura
Masaharu Taguchi
Masanori Yusa
 United States (USA)
Ralph Flanagan
John Macionis
Jack Medica
Paul Wolf
22x20px|border|alt=|link=|Hungary]] Hungary (HUN)
Oszkár Abay-Nemes
Ferenc Csik
Ödön Gróf
Árpád Lengyel

Women's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m freestyle
 Rie Mastenbroek
Netherlands (NED)
 Jeannette Campbell
Argentina (ARG)
 Gisela Arendt
Germany (GER)
400 m freestyle
 Rie Mastenbroek
Netherlands (NED)
 Ragnhild Hveger
Denmark (DEN)
 Lenore Wingard
United States (USA)
100 m backstroke
 Nida Senff
Netherlands (NED)
 Rie Mastenbroek
Netherlands (NED)
 Alice Bridges
United States (USA)
200 m breaststroke
 Hideko Maehata
Japan (JPN)
 Martha Genenger
Germany (GER)
 Inge Sørensen
Denmark (DEN)
4×100 m freestyle relay
 Netherlands (NED)
Rie Mastenbroek
Willy den Ouden
Jopie Selbach
Tini Wagner
 Germany (GER)
Gisela Arendt
Ruth Halbsguth
Leni Lohmar
Ingeborg Schmitz
 United States (USA)
Mavis Freeman
Bernice Lapp
Olive McKean
Katherine Rawls

References


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