Austria at the 1900 Summer Olympics
Austria competed at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris, France. Austrian and Hungarian results at early Olympics are generally kept separate despite the union of the two nations as Austria-Hungary at the time.
|Austria at the|
1900 Summer Olympics
|NOC||Austrian Olympic Committee|
|Competitors||14 in 3 sports|
|Summer Olympics appearances (overview)|
|Other related appearances|
|1906 Intercalated Games|
14 Austrian competitors entered 3 disciplines, with 20 entries across 11 events.
|Silver||Karl Ruberl||Swimming||men's 200 metre backstroke|
|Silver||Otto Wahle||Swimming||men's 1000 metre freestyle|
|Silver||Otto Wahle||Swimming||men's 200 metre obstacle event|
|Bronze||Milan Neralić||Fencing||masters sabre|
|Bronze||Karl Ruberl||Swimming||men's 200 metre freestyle|
One Austrian athlete competed in two events, not winning any medals in the sport. It was Austria's first appearance in athletics.
|Hermann Wraschtil||1500 m||Unknown||6|
|2500 m steeplechase||Unknown||5|
|Cornelius von Lubowiecki||Discus throw||Unknown||Unknown|
Austria had two riders in 1900, the debut of equestrian at the Olympics.
|Hermann Mandl||High jump||Unknown||Unknown|
|Hermann Mandl||Long jump||Unknown||Unknown|
|Hermann Mandl||Hacks and hunter combined||Unknown||5–51|
|Georges de Zogheb||Mail coach||Unknown||5–31|
Austria competed for the second time in fencing at the 1900 Games. The Austrian saberists won a pair of bronze medals, the nation's first medals in the sport.
|Rudolf Brosch||Men's foil||Advanced by jury||Sent to Repechage by jury||Advanced by jury||4th Q||8th|
|van der Stoppen||Advanced by jury||Not advanced by jury||Did not advance|
|Heinrich Rischtoff||Not advanced by jury||Did not advance|
|Siegfried Flesch||Men's sabre||Top 4 in group||n/a||3rd in group Q|
|Heinrich von Tenner||Top 4 in group||n/a||2nd in group Q||7th|
|Camillo Müller||Top 4 in group||n/a||2nd in group Q||8th|
|Harstein||Top 4 in group||n/a||Not in top 4||Did not advance|
|Milan Neralić||Men's masters sabre||Top 4 in group||n/a||4th in group Q|
Four swimmers represented Austria in 1900. It was the nation's second appearance in the sport.
|Karl Ruberl||200 m freestyle||2:22.6||1 Q||2:32.0|
|Otto Wahle||2:35.6||1 Q||DNS|
|Richard von Foregger||4:32.0||4||Did not advance|
|Karl Ruberl||200 m backstroke||2:56.0||1 Q||2:56.0|
|Otto Wahle||1000 m freestyle||15:27.0||2 q||14:43.6|
|Alois Anderlé||400 m freestyle||1:26:25.6||4 q||DNF|
|Karl Ruberl||200 m obstacle event||3:06.0||2 Q||2:51.2||4|
|Otto Wahle||2:56.1||1 Q||2:40.0|
|Alois Anderlé||Underwater swimming||22.4||23.50||69.4||13|
- "Discus Throw, Men". Olympedia. Retrieved 22 October 2020.
- De Wael, Herman. Herman's Full Olympians: "1900 Olympians from Austria". Accessed 11 March 2006. Available electronically at .
- Mallon, Bill (1998). The 1900 Olympic Games, Results for All Competitors in All Events, with Commentary. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers. ISBN 978-0-7864-0378-3.