1930 International University Games

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The 1930 International University Games were organised by the Confederation Internationale des Etudiants (CIE) and held in Darmstadt, Germany. Held from 1–10 August, thirty nations competed in a programme of eight sports. Women competed only in the athletics and swimming events.[1]

Sports[edit]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Helmut Körnig (GER) 10.60  Eugen Eldracher (GER) 10.90  István Raggambi (HUN) 10.90
200 metres  Helmut Körnig (GER) 21.50  Eugen Eldracher (GER) 21.90  Itaro Nakajima (JPN) 22.00
400 metres  Joseph Jackson (FRA) 49.50  Hans Noller (GER) 49.60  Patrick C. Moore (IRL)[2] 50.00
800 metres  Fredy Müller (GER) 01:58.2  Francis Galtier (FRA) 01:58.3  Max Danz (GER) 01:58.7
1500 metres  Joseph Helps (ENG) 04:01.7  Gaston Leduc (FRA) 04:03.3  Karl-Gustav Dahlström (SWE) 04:04.6
5000 metres  Karl-Gustav Dahlström (SWE) 15:24.3  Eino Puukko (FIN) 15:27.5  Fritz Schilgen (GER) 15:27.7
110 metres hurdles  Tatsuo Fujita (JPN) 15.60  Henry Bowler (ENG) 16.00  Stefan Nowosielski (POL) 16.10
400 metres hurdles  Joseph Simpson (ENG) 54.2?  John Lincoln (USA) 55.20  Mario De Negri (ITA) 55.40
4×100 metres relay  Germany (GER) 41.9  Japan (JPN) 42.4  Hungary (HUN) 43.0
4×400 metres relay  France (FRA) 3:19.6  Germany (GER) 3:19.6  Italy (ITA) 3:22.4
1600 metres medley relay  Germany (GER) 3:32.0  Italy (ITA) 3:32.0  Japan (JPN) 3:32.1
High jump  Ilmari Reinikka (FIN) 1.90  Kazuo Kimura (JPN) 1.87  Wilhelm Ladewig (GER) 1.84
Pole vault  Shuhei Nishida (JPN) 4.11  Shizuo Mochizuki (JPN) 3.80  István Király (HUN) 3.70
Long jump  Mikio Oda (JPN) 7.30  Lajos Balogh (HUN) 7.26  Willi Meier (GER) 7.15
Shot put  József Darányi (HUN) 15.21  Hans-Heinrich Sievert (GER) 14.53  Lawrence Levy (USA) 14.49
Discus throw  Olavi Vaalamo (FIN) 45.07  Nikolai Feldmann (EST) 43.97  József Darányi (HUN) 43.49
Javelin throw  Unto Suksi (FIN) 66.41  Ilmari Reinikka (FIN) 65.11  Gottfried Weimann (GER) 64.24
Pentathlon  Martti Tolamo (FIN) 3979.49  Jānis Dimza (LAT) 3755.18  Wilhelm Ladewig (GER) 3719.48

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Inge Braumüller (GER) 13.10  Liesbeth Freitag (GER) 13.20  Schlottmann (GER)[3] 13.30
80 metres hurdles  Ilse Friedheim (GER) 13.20  Schlottmann (GER)[3] 13.30  Helmi Singer (AUT) 14.10
High jump  Inge Braumüller (GER) 1.56  Helmi Singer (AUT) 1.39  Lowenherz[4] (GER) 1.39
Long jump  Inge Braumüller (GER) 5.44  Schlottmann (GER)[3] 5.33  Steyer (GER)[5] 4.77

Athletics medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany (GER) 8 8 9 25
2  Finland (FIN) 4 2 0 6
3  Japan (JPN) 3 2 1 6
4  France (FRA) 2 2 0 4
5  England (ENG) 2 1 0 3
6  Hungary (HUN) 1 1 3 5
7  Sweden (SWE) 1 0 1 2
8  Italy (ITA) 0 1 2 3
9  Austria (AUT) 0 1 1 2
10  United States (USA) 0 1 1 2
11  Estonia (EST) 0 1 0 1
12  Latvia (LAT) 0 1 0 1
13  Ireland (IRL) 0 0 1 1
14  Poland (POL) 0 0 1 1
Total 21 21 20 62

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bell, Daniel (2003). Encyclopedia of International Games. McFarland and Company, Inc. Publishers, Jefferson, North Carolina. ISBN 0-7864-1026-4.
  2. ^ Irish Independent. (1930). Athletics: Moore third - Irishman's fine effort in 400 metres, 9 August, 1930, page 13
  3. ^ a b c Schlottmann's first name is not listed in the source information
  4. ^ Lowenherz's first name is not listed in the source information
  5. ^ Steyer's first name is not listed in the source information