Los Angeles 1932 Summer Olympics Results – Medal Stats & Table

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The international multi-sport event of the 1932 Summer Olympics had held from 30th July – 14th August in Los Angeles, California, USA. In total 37 nations were participated in that season with 1,332 athletes. That tournament opened by Charles Curtis, the vice president of the United States of that time.

On that 10th edition of the Summer Olympic Games used fifteen sports venues. In 14 sports, the total number of events was 117. The Olympic committee didn’t reveal its profit but by that time’s contemporary newspaper claimed that the tournament made a profit of US $1Million.

Los Angeles 1932 Summer Olympics Results – Medal Stats & Table

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In the 1932 Summer Olympics result, the United States had ranked 1st position with gotten 41 gold medals, 32 silver medals and 30 bronze medals. Italy was the 2nd ranked nation on the medal table. They got 12 gold, silver and bronze medals that season.

On the 3rd position, France ranked on that with 10 gold, 5 silver and 4 bronze medals of that. Here you can see the full Los Angeles 1932 Summer Olympics medal stats & table.

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RankNationsGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1United States413230103
2Italy12121236
3France105419
4Sweden95923
5Japan77418
6Hungary64515
7Finland581225
8Great Britain47516
9Germany312520
10Australia3115
11Argentina3104
12Canada25815
13Netherlands2507
14Poland2147
15South Africa2035
16Ireland2002
17Czechoslovakia1214
18Austria1135
19India1001
20Denmark0336
21Mexico0202
22Latvia0101
23New Zealand0101
24Switzerland0101
25Philippines0033
26Spain0011
27Uruguay0011

Team Sports Result at the Los Angeles 1932 Summer Olympics Games

From the team sport event Field Hockey, India was the champions where Japan was runners-up and USA took the 3rd place on that. Another team sports Water Polo, Hungary was the champions, Germany was the runners-up team and the USA took the 3rd place.

SportsChampions
(Gold Medalist)
Runners-up
(Silver Medalist)
Third-place
(Bronze Medalist)
Field hockeyIndiaJapanUSA
Water PoloHungaryGermanyUSA