Berlin 1936 Summer Olympics Results – Medal Stats & Table

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The Berlin 1936 Summer Olympic Games held from 1st August to 16th August at Olympiastadion stadium. 49 nations participated there with 3,963 athletes. The season was opened by Germany’s chancellor Adolf Hitler of that time.

In 19 sports events had scheduled with 129 events in total. Though the United States, Great Britain, France, Sweden, Czechoslovakia, and the Netherlands wanted to boycott that season because of that tournament hosted by the Nazi regime.

Berlin 1936 Summer Olympics Results – Medal Stats & Table

Olympic Games Sport Event

Germany won the most medals at the 1936 Olympics with 33 gold medals, 26 silver medals and 30 bronze medals. The United States was in the 2nd position ranked with 24 gold medals, 20 silver medals and 12 bronze medals. And Hungary was the 3rd position ranked on the medal table with 10 gold medals, 1 silver and 5 bronze medals.

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Here is the full medal table of Berlin 1936 Summer Olympic Games. Check it out!

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RankNationsGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Germany33263089
2United States24201256
3Hungary101516
4Italy89522
5Finland76619
6France76619
7Sweden65920
8Japan64818
9Netherlands64717
10Great Britain47314
11Austria46313
12Czechoslovakia3508
13Argentina2237
14Estonia2237
15Egypt2125
16Switzerland19515
17Canada1359
18Norway1326
19Turkey1012
20India1001
21New Zealand1001
22Poland0336
23Denmark0235
24Latvia0112
25Romania0101
26South Africa0101
27Yugoslavia0101
28Mexico0033
29Belgium0022
30Australia0011
31Philippines0011
32Portugal0011

Team Sports Result at the Berlin 1936 Summer Olympic Games

In the team sports like football, Italy was the champions, Austria was the runners-up and Norway took 3rd place on that. From the basketball event, United States won the championship, Canada was the runners-up team and Mexico took 3rd place.

From the field hockey game, India was the champions, Germany was the runners-up and Netherlands was the 3rd place team of that season.

SportsChampions
(Gold Medalist)
Runners-up
(Silver Medalist)
Third-place
(Bronze Medalist)
FootballItalyAustriaNorway
BasketballUSACanadaMexico
HandballGermanyAustriaSwitzerland
Field hockeyIndiaGermanyNetherland
Water PoloArgentinaGreat BritainMexico