Antwerp 1920 Summer Olympics Results – Medal Stats & Table

Due to World War I, the previous tournament, the 1916 Summer Olympics was postponed that time. And the next season, the Antwerp 1920 Summer Olympic was scheduled from 14th August to 12th September in Belgium. This season was opened by King Albert I.

Of the 29 nations, 2,626 athletes whereas 2,561 men & 65 women participated in 156 events in 22 sports. Seventeen sports venues were used and Olympisch Stadion stadium was the main venue. At this tournament, the Ice Hockey sport for the first time appeared. Canada earned the champions title of that event.

Antwerp 1920 Summer Olympics Results – Medal Stats & Table

On the ranking table, United States earned 1st rank on the medal table with 41 gold medals, 27 silver medals and 27 bronze medals. Sweden got the 2nd position with 19 gold medals, 20 silver medals and 25 bronze medals. In the 3rd position, Great Britain took 15 gold medals, 15 silver medals and 13 bronze medals.

See the full results of Antwerp 1920 Summer Olympics medals table.

RankNationsGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1United States41272795
2Sweden19202564
3Great Britain15151343
4Finland1510934
5Belgium14111136
6Norway139931
7Italy135523
8France9191341
9Netherlands42511
10Denmark39113
11South Africa34310
12Canada3339
13Switzerland22711
14Estonia1203
15Brazil1113
16Australia0213
17Japan0202
18Spain0202
19Greece0101
20Luxembourg0101
21Czechoslovakia0022
22New Zealand0011

Team Sports Result at the Antwerp 1920 Summer Olympic Games

Belgium was the champions whereas Spain was the runners-up team from the football sport. From the polo and water polo sport event, Great Britain earned the champions title. The first time appeared rugby union sport, United States was the champions against France.

See the below team sports results of the Antwerp 1920 Summer Olympic Games.

SportsChampions
(Gold Medalist)
Runners-up
(Silver Medalist)
Third-place
(Bronze Medalist)
FootballBelgiumSpainNetherlands
PoloGreat BritainSpainUnited States
Water PoloGreat BritainBelgiumSweden
Rugby UnionUnited StatesFranceNone Awarded
Ice HockeyCanadaUnited StatesCzechoslovakia
Field HockeyGreat BritainDenmarkBelgium