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Amsterdam 1928 Olympics Medals Table


Amsterdam 1928 Olympics medals table comprises countries ranked in accordance to the number of medals won during the Games. Held in and around Amsterdam in the Netherlands from 17 May 1928 to 22 August 1928, the 1928 Summer Olympics witnessed a total of 2,883 athletes (277 women & 2,606 men), hailing from 46 countries, participating in 14 different sports and 109 events. The United States of America won maximum number of gold medals(22), followed by Germany and France, which won 10 and 8 gold medals respectively.

In addition to the usual gold, silver and bronze Olympic medals, 327 sports medals and 29 arts medals were also awarded during the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics. Around 5,901 souvenir medals were also awarded in addition to 5,129 medals, which were given away to officials and contestants and 762 medals, which were presented to individuals who'd contributed to the Summer Olympics by rendering different types of services. The list of souvenir medals hasn't been displayed in the below medals table. The Summer Olympics of 1920 had Luigina Giavotti (aged 11 years and 301 days) as the youngest participant and Arthur Von Pongracz (aged 64 years and 46 days) as the oldest participant. Two Switzerland-based athletes named Hermann Hanggi and Georges Miez won maximum number of medals in Amsterdam 1928 Olympics.



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Last updated on : July 11, 2016




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