London 1908 Summer Olympics Results – Medal Stats & Table

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Thought this season was scheduled in Rome, but due to the violent eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 1906 – it was relocated to London. The London 1908 Summer Olympics was scheduled from 27 April to 31st October and it was opened by King Edward VII.

From 22 nations, 2,008 Athletes included 1,971 men & 37 women had participated in the 1908 Summer Olympic Games, London. This season had organized 110 events in 22 sports. 13 sports venues were used and the White City Stadium was the main venue of that tournament.

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London 1908 Summer Olympics Results – Medal Stats & Table

Great Britain was ranked in 1st position on the medal table with 56 gold medals, 51 silver medals and 39 bronze medals. On the 2nd position, United States ranked with 23 gold medals, 12 silver medals and 12 bronze medals.

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And Sweden ranked in 3rd position in 1908 Summer Olympic season with 8 gold medals, 6 silver medals and 11 bronze medals.

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See the full medal table and results stats of the London 1908 Summer Olympic Games.

RankNationsGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Great Britain565139146
2United States23121247
3Sweden861125
4France55919
5Germany35513
6Hungary3429
7Canada331016
8Norway2338
9Italy2204
10Belgium1528
11Australasia1225
12Russian Empire1203
13Finland1135
14South Africa1102
15Greece0314
16Denmark0235
17Bohemia0022
18Netherlands0022
19Austria0011

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Team Sports Result at the London 1908 Summer Olympics Results

If you see the team sports result of the London 1908 Summer Olympics, then you can see the host country Great Britain titled the champions, Denmark titled runners-up and the Netherlands took the 3rd-place from the football sport.

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From the Water Polo sport, again the host country Great Britain earned champions, Belgium got runners-up title and Sweden tool the 3rd-place on that season.

See the below table others team sports like – rugby union & field hockey.

SportsChampions
(Gold Medalist)
Runners-up
(Silver Medalist)
Third-place
(Bronze Medalist)
FootballGreat BritainDenmarkNetherlands
Water PoloGreat BritainBelgiumSweden
Rugby UnionAustraliaGreat BritainNone Awarded
Field HockeyEnglandIrelandScotland