Amsterdam 1928 Summer Olympics Results – Medal Stats & Table

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The 1928 Summer Olympic Games was scheduled from 28 July to 12 August in Amsterdam, Netherlands. This season was officially opened by Prince Hendrik. In total 46 nations were participated in that with 2,883 athletes.

It was the 9th Summer Olympic tournament, which had organized 109 games in 14 sports. The host country the Netherlands organized this tournament in 14 stadiums in different cities. Olympic Committee disappeared tennis sport in this season (Source).

Amsterdam 1928 Summer Olympics Results – Medal Stats & Table

In this Amsterdam 1928 Summer Olympics tournament, the United States ranked in 1st position on the medal table with got 22 gold medals, 18 silver medals and 16 bronze medals. Germany and Finland ranked in 2nd and 3rd position.

Athletics at Summer Olympic Games
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If you see the host country Netherlands, they ranked in 8th position with 6 gold medals, 9 silver medals and 4 bronze medals in that tournament. See the below medal table of the Amsterdam 1928 Summer Olympics tournament.

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RankNationsGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1United States22181656
2Germany1071431
3Finland88925
4Sweden761225
5Italy75719
6Switzerland74415
7France610521
8Netherlands69419
9Hungary4509
10Canada44715
11Great Britain310720
12Argentina3317
13Denmark3126
14Czechoslovakia2529
15Japan2215
16Estonia2125
17Egypt2114
18Austria2013
19Australia1214
20Norway1214
21Poland1135
22Yugoslavia1135
23South Africa1023
24India1001
25Ireland1001
26New Zealand1001
27Spain1001
28Uruguay1001
29Belgium0123
30Chile0101
31Haiti0101
32Philippines0011
33Portugal0011

Team Sports Result at the Amsterdam 1928 Summer Olympics Games

From the team sport like football, Uruguay was the champions, Argentina was the runners-up team and Italy took the third-place. Germany was the champions of water polo sport whereas Hungary was the runners-up.

In the field hockey games, India took the champion’s crown for the first time in Summer Olympic Games. And the Netherlands was the runners-up, Germany took third-place in that tournament.

SportsChampions
(Gold Medalist)
Runners-up
(Silver Medalist)
Third-place
(Bronze Medalist)
FootballUruguayArgentinaItaly
Water PoloGermanyHungaryFrance
Field hockeyIndiaNetherlandsGermany