Finland at the 1912 Summer Olympics

Finland competed at the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm, Sweden. The Grand Duchy of Finland was part of the Russian Empire at the time, but Finland's results are kept separate from those of Russia. In the Opening Ceremony Finland's team paraded under the national insignia flag of a Swedish-speaking female gymnastics club in Helsinki.[1] 164 competitors, 162 men and 2 women, took part in 49 events in 10 sports.[2]

Finland at the
1912 Summer Olympics
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IOC codeFIN
NOCFinnish Olympic Committee
Websitesport.fi/olympiakomitea (in Finnish and Swedish)
in Stockholm
Competitors164 (162 men, 2 women) in 10 sports
Medals
Ranked 4th
Gold
9
Silver
8
Bronze
9
Total
26
Summer Olympics appearances (overview)
Other related appearances
1906 Intercalated Games
The team of Finland at the opening ceremony.

MedalistsEdit

Medal Name Sport Event
  Gold Hannes Kolehmainen Athletics Men's 10000m
  Gold Hannes Kolehmainen Athletics Men's 5000m
  Gold Hannes Kolehmainen Athletics Men's Individual Cross country
  Gold Armas Taipale Athletics Men's Discus throw
  Gold Armas Taipale Athletics Men's two handed discus throw
  Gold Julius Saaristo Athletics Men's two handed javelin throw
  Gold Yrjö Saarela Wrestling Greco-Roman heavyweight
  Gold Kaarlo Koskelo Wrestling Greco-Roman featherweight
  Gold Emil Väre Wrestling Greco-Roman lightweight
  Silver Hannes Kolehmainen
Jalmari Eskola
Albin Stenroos
Athletics Cross country
  Silver Elmer Niklander Athletics Men's two handed discus throw
  Silver Julius Saaristo Athletics Men's Javelin throw
  Silver Väinö Siikaniemi Athletics Men's two handed javelin throw
  Silver Men's Team Gymnastics free system
  Silver Men's Team Sailing 10m class
  Silver Johan Olin Wrestling Greco-Roman heavyweight
  Silver Ivar Böhling Wrestling Greco-Roman light heavyweight
  Bronze Albin Stenroos Athletics Men's 10000m
  Bronze Urho Peltonen Athletics Men's two handed javelin throw
  Bronze Elmer Niklander Athletics Men's two handed shot put
  Bronze Men's Team Sailing Men's 12m class
  Bronze Men's Team Sailing Men's 8m class
  Bronze Nestori Toivonen Shooting Men's 100m running deer, single shot
  Bronze Axel Fredrik Londen
Nestori Toivonen
Iivar Väänänen
Ernst Rosenqvist
Shooting Men's Team 100m running deer, single shot
  Bronze Otto Lasanen Wrestling Greco-Roman featherweight
  Bronze Alfred Asikainen Wrestling Greco-Roman middleweight

AquaticsEdit

DivingEdit

Six divers, all men, represented Finland. It was Finland's second appearance in diving, with both of the divers who had represented the nation in 1908 returning. Toivo Aro was the only Finnish diver to advance to the finals, doing so in both of his events. His fifth-place finish in the plain high diving was Finland's best performance to date, improving upon his own sixth-place finish in the 1908 platform competition.

Rankings given are within the diver's heat.

Men
Diver Events Heats Final
Result Rank Result Rank
Toivo Aro 10 m platform 62.75 3 q 57.05 8
Plain high dive 39.4 2 q 36.3 5
Tauno Ilmoniemi Plain high dive 35 3 Did not advance
Kalle Kainuvaara 10 m platform 48.1 7 Did not advance
Plain high dive 33.2 3 Did not advance
Albert Nyman Plain high dive 32 4 Did not advance
Leo Suni 10 m platform 48.93 9 Did not advance
Plain high dive 32.1 5 Did not advance
Oscar Wetzell 3 m board 58.7 7 Did not advance
10 m platform 50.46 6 Did not advance
Plain high dive 33.8 2 Did not advance

SwimmingEdit

Six swimmers, including two women, competed for Finland at the 1912 Games. It was the second time the nation had competed in swimming, in which Finland had competed each time the nation appeared independently. Aaltonen had the best finish of the Games, finishing third in his 400-metre breaststroke final to barely miss qualification for the final.

Ranks given for each swimmer are within the heat.

Men
Swimmer Events Heat Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Arvo Aaltonen 200 m breaststroke N/A 3:13.0 2 Q 3:17.0 6 Did not advance
400 m breaststroke N/A 6:48.8 2 Q 6:56.8 3 Did not advance
Herman Cederberg 200 m breaststroke N/A 3:18.6 3 Did not advance
Vilhelm Lindgrén 200 m breaststroke N/A 3:21.2 4 Did not advance
400 m breaststroke N/A 7:12.6 3 Did not advance
Lennart Lindroos 200 m breaststroke N/A 3:16.6 3 q 3:11.6 4 Did not advance
400 m breaststroke N/A 7:03.0 2 Q 7:02.4 4 Did not advance
Women
Swimmer Events Heat Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Tyyne Järvi 100 m freestyle N/A 1:42.4 5 Did not advance
Regina Kari 100 m freestyle N/A Unknown 6 Did not advance

AthleticsEdit

23 athletes represented Finland. It was the second appearance of the nation in athletics, as well as at the Olympics. The Finland athletics team finished with 6 gold medals, 4 silvers, and 3 bronzes—a great improvement over the single bronze Finland won in 1908.

Hannes Kolehmainen finished with the Olympic records in the 5000 and 10000 metres, as well as gold medals in both events and the individual cross country. Armas Taipale added another gold medal and Olympic record in the discus throw, bettering the new Olympic record that Elmer Niklander set and briefly held in the preliminary round; Taipale won a second gold in the two handed version of the discus. Julius Saaristo set an Olympic record in the javelin, though it was quickly surpassed; he finished with the silver medal. The Finns swept the medals in the two handed javelin throw, with Saaristo atop the standings.

Ranks given are within that athlete's heat for running events.

Athlete Events Heat Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Paavo Aho Shot put N/A 12.40 10 Did not advance
Shot put N/A 23.30 6 Did not advance
Jalmari Eskola Ind. cross country N/A 46:54.8 4
Johan Halme Triple jump N/A 13.79 11 Did not advance
Javelin throw N/A 54.65 4 Did not advance
Two hand javelin N/A 88.54 9 Did not advance
Efraim Harju 1500 m N/A ? 4 Did not advance
Ind. cross country N/A Did not finish
Väinö Heikkilä Ind. cross country N/A 54:08.0 25
Verner Järvinen Discus throw N/A 38.60 15 Did not advance
Two hand discus N/A 66.69 12 Did not advance
Franz Johansson 5000 m N/A 15:31.4 3 Did not start
Ind. cross country N/A 48:03.0 11
Arne Kallberg Marathon N/A Did not finish
Hannes Kolehmainen 5000 m N/A 15:38.9 1 14:36.6 OR  
10000 m N/A 33:49.0 OR 1 31:20.8 OR  
Ind. cross country N/A 45:15.6  
Tatu Kolehmainen 10000 m N/A 32:47.8 1 Did not finish
Marathon N/A Did not finish
Emil Kukko Long jump N/A 6.11 24 Did not advance
Javelin throw N/A 44.66 18 Did not advance
Pentathlon N/A Elim-4 35 12
Wilhelm Kyrönen Ind. cross country N/A 47:32.0 7
Arvo Laine High jump N/A 1.75 13 Did not advance
Aarne Lindholm 5000 m N/A Did not finish Did not advance
Ind. cross country N/A Did not finish
Jonni Myyrä Javelin throw N/A 51.33 8 Did not advance
Elmer Niklander Shot put N/A 13.65 4 Did not advance
Discus throw N/A 42.09 OR 4 Did not advance
Two hand shot put N/A 26.67 1 27.14  
Two hand discus N/A 72.05 3 77.96  
Urho Peltonen Javelin throw N/A 49.20 9 Did not advance
Two hand javelin N/A 100.24 3 Not held  
Lauri Pihkala 800 m Did not finish Did not advance
Julius Saaristo Javelin throw N/A 55.37 OR 2 58.66  
Two hand javelin N/A 109.42 1 Not held  
Väinö Siikaniemi Javelin throw N/A 52.43 5 Did not advance
Two hand javelin N/A 101.13 2 Not held  
Albin Steinroos 10000 m N/A 33:28.4 4 32:21.8  
Ind. cross country N/A 47:23.4 6
Armas Taipale Discus throw N/A 43.91 OR 1 45.21 OR  
Two hand discus N/A 80.03 1 82.86  
Valdemar Wickholm 110 m hurdles 16.6 2 16.6 2 Did not advance
Decathlon N/A 7058.795 7
Jalmari Eskola
Hannes Kolehmainen
Albin Stenroos
Team cross country N/A 11  
Efraim Harju
Franz Johansson
Hannes Kolehmainen
Aarne Lindholm
Albin Stenroos
3000 m team N/A 12 2 Did not advance

CyclingEdit

Five cyclists represented Finland. It was the first appearance of the nation in cycling. Antti Raita had the best time in the time trial, the only race held, placing 6th. The four Finnish cyclists who finished had a combined time that placed them 5th of the 15 teams.

Road cyclingEdit

Cyclist Events Final
Result Rank
Johannes Jaakonaho Ind. time trial Did not finish
Juhani Kankkonen Ind. time trial 11:41:35.5 34
Antti Raita Ind. time trial 11:02:20.3 6
Wilho Tilkanen Ind. time trial 11:28:38.5 21
Frans Väre Ind. time trial 11:21:29.2 66
Juhani Kankkonen
Antti Raita
Wilho Tilkanen
Frans Väre
Team time trial 46:34:03.5 5

FootballEdit

First round

Italy  2 – 3 (a.e.t.)  Finland
Bontadini   10'
Sardi   25'
Öhman   2'
Soinio   40'
Wiberg   105'
Attendance: 600
 
Finland squad

Quarterfinals

Finland  2 – 1  Russia
Wiberg   30'
Öhman   80'
Butusov   72'

Semifinals

Great Britain  4 – 0  Finland
Walden   7'   77'
Holopainen   2' (o.g.)
Woodward   82'
Attendance: 4,000

Bronze medal match

Netherlands  9 – 0  Finland
Vos   29'   43'   46'   74'   78'
van der Sluis   24'   57'
de Groot   28'   86'
Attendance: 1,000
Final rank
4th place

GymnasticsEdit

Twenty-four gymnasts represented Finland. It was the second appearance of the nation in gymnastics, in which Finland had competed at its only prior Olympic appearance. The Finnish team placed second in the team free system event; this silver medal was Finland's best gymnastics result to date, improving upon the bronze medal the team had won in 1908.

ArtisticEdit

Gymnast Events Final
Result Rank
Kaarlo Ekholm All-around Did not finish
Karl Jansson All-around 103.00 31
Villiam Nieminen All-around 105.75 27
Anders Tamminen All-around 90.50 37
Yrjö Vuolio All-around Did not finish
Finland Team, free system 21.85  

RowingEdit

Six rowers represented Finland. It was the nation's first appearance in rowing.

(Ranks given are within each crew's heat.)

Rower Event Heats Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Axel Haglund Single sculls Unknown 2 Did not advance
Oskar Forsman
Valdemar Henriksson (cox)
Karl Lönnberg
Johan Nyholm
Emil Nylund
Coxed four 7:18.2 1 Q 7:12.5 2 Did not advance

SailingEdit

Twenty seven sailors represented Finland. It was the nation's first appearance in sailing. The Finns took three medals, but were unable to a win any gold medals.

(7 points for 1st in each race, 3 points for 2nd, 1 point for 3rd. Race-off to break ties in total points if necessary for medal standings.)

Sailors Event Race 1 Race 2 Total
Time Points Rank Time Points Rank Points Race-off Rank
Ernst Estlander
Torsten Sandelin
Gunnar Stenbäck
6 metre class 2:39:33 0 4 2:31:02 0 6 0 N/A 5
Arthur Ahnger
Emil Lindh
Bertil Tallberg
Gunnar Tallberg
Georg Westling
8 metre class 2:21:03 0 5 2:14:50 3 2 3 2:27:41  
Curt Andstén
Jarl Andstén
Carl Girsén
Gustaf Estlander
Bertel Juslén
8 metre class 2:17:28 1 3 2:14:54 1 3 2 N/A 4
Waldemar Björkstén
Jacob Björnström
Bror Brenner
Allan Franck
Emil Lindh
Adolf Pekkalainen
Harry Wahl
10 metre class 3:59:07 3 2 3:50:09 1 3 4 4:21:41  
Max Alfthan
Erik Hartvall
Jarl Hulldén
Sigurd Juslén
Ernst Krogius
Eino Sandelin
Johan Silén
12 metre class 3:25:45 1 3 3:48:55 1 3 2 N/A  

ShootingEdit

Nineteen shooters represented Finland. It was the nation's second appearance in shooting, in which Finland had competed each time the nation appeared at the Olympics independently. The Finns won two bronze medals in the running deer competitions—an individual medal for Toivonen and a team medal.

Shooter Event Final
Result Rank
Jalo Autonen 300 m free rifle, 3 pos. 776 59
Carl Bacher Trap 13 45
Emil Collan Trap 38 29
Emil Fabritius Trap 11 53
Karl Fazer Trap 86 12
Emil Holm 300 m free rifle, 3 pos. 835 49
Robert Huber Trap 38 29
Heikki Huttunen 300 m free rifle, 3 pos. 906 25
50 m pistol 424 28
Lauri Kolho 300 m free rifle, 3 pos. 787 57
Voitto Kolho 300 m free rifle, 3 pos. 923 13
Axel Fredrik Londen 100 m deer, single shots 31 15
Gustaf Nyman 300 m free rifle, 3 pos. 913 19
Karl Reilin 100 m deer, single shots 26 26
Ernst Rosenqvist 100 m deer, single shots 32 14
Gustaf Schnitt Trap 88 4
Nestori Toivonen 300 m free rifle, 3 pos. Did not finish
100 m deer, single shots 41  
Huvi Tuiskunen 300 m free rifle, 3 pos. 875 39
100 m deer, single shots 28 21
Iivar Väänänen 100 m deer, single shots 28 21
Vilho Vauhkonen 300 m free rifle, 3 pos. 870 41
Axel Fredrik Londen
Ernst Rosenqvist
Nestori Toivonen
Iivar Väänänen
100 m team deer, single shots 123  
Carl Bacher
Emil Collan
Karl Fazer
Robert Huber
Axel Fredrik Londen
Gustaf Schnitt
Team clay pigeons 233 5
Emil Holm
Heikki Huttunen
Voitto Kolho
Gustaf Nyman
Huvi Tuiskunen
Vilho Vauhkonen
Team free rifle 5323 5

WrestlingEdit

Greco-RomanEdit

Finland, competing independently in the Olympics for the second time, sent 37 wrestlers for its second Olympic wrestling appearance. The country was the most successful in the sport, taking seven of 15 medals. The Finns took the top spot in four of the five weight classes (three gold medals and a silver in the class in which no gold was awarded). They compiled a record of 118-64 (112-58 excluding matches pitting two Finnish wrestlers against each other) in the elimination rounds and 8-5-1 (6-3-1 against non-Finns) in the medal rounds.

Koskelo and Väre were the best performers, cruising through their respective weight classes without losses to take gold medals.

Saarela and Olin suffered losses only to other Finns in the heavyweight. Olin was beaten by Viljaama in the elimination rounds, but gave Saarela the latter's only loss of the tournament one round later. The two met again in the final, with Saarela winning the rematch to take the gold medal while Olin received silver.

Böhling made it through the elimination rounds undefeated, and won his match against Varga in the medals round to advance to the final against Ahlgren. The two wrestlers competed for nine hours without either being able to take a win; the match was declared drawn and both wrestlers received silver medals. No gold medal was given in the weight class.

Asikainen's only elimination round loss came in a double-disqualification against eventual gold medalist Johansson. In the medal round, he faced Klein in a bout that lasted 11 hours and 40 minutes. Neither wrestler was able to continue after this grueling match, so Asikainen's loss in it led to him taking the bronze medal, and Klein the silver, while the Swede Johansson walked over against first Asikainen and then Klein to take the gold.

Wrestler Class First round Second round Third round Fourth round Fifth round Sixth round Seventh round Final
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Match A
Opposition
Result
Match B
Opposition
Result
Match C
Opposition
Result
Rank
Karl Åberg Middleweight   Steputat (GER)
W
  Kurz (GER)
W
  Merkle (GER)
W
  Miskey (HUN)
W
  Holm (FIN)
W
  Klein (RUS)
L
  Johansson (SWE)
L
Did not advance 4
Alfred Asikainen Middleweight   Bacon (GBR)
W
  Bacon (GBR)
W
  Victal (POR)
W
  Andersson (SWE)
W
  Johansson (SWE)
L
  Sint (NED)
W
Bye   Klein (RUS)
L
  Johansson (SWE)
DNS
Did not advance  
Emil Backenius Heavyweight   Bonneveld (NED)
L
  Gerstmans (BEL)
W
  Barrett (GBR)
W
  Pelander (FIN)
W
  Jensen (DEN)
L
Did not advance N/A Did not advance 6
Ivar Böhling Light heavyweight   Martin (FRA)
W
  Gross (GER)
W
  Oehler (GER)
W
  Arpe (ITA)
W
  Christensen (DEN)
W
  Lange (GER)
W
N/A Bye   Varga (HUN)
W
  Ahlgren (SWE)
Draw
 
Lauri Haapanen Featherweight   Pereira (POR)
W
  Szoszky (HUN)
W
  Hetmar (DEN)
W
  Gerstäcker (GER)
L
Bye   Öberg (SWE)
L
Did not advance 6
Mikko Holm Middleweight   Merkle (GER)
L
  Andersen (DEN)
W
  Kurz (GER)
W
  Johansson (SWE)
W
  Åberg (FIN)
L
Did not advance 7
August Jokinen Middleweight   Gundersen (NOR)
W
  Polis (RUS)
W
  Carcereri (ITA)
W
  Kokotowitsch (AUT)
W
  Fältström (SWE)
W
  Johansson (SWE)
L
  Klein (RUS)
L
Did not advance 4
Karl Kangas Featherweight   Ankondinow (RUS)
W
  Larsson (SWE)
L
  Pongrácz (HUN)
W
  Beckman (SWE)
W
  Gerstäcker (GER)
W
  Koskelo (FIN)
L
Did not advance 6
David Kolehmainen Lightweight   Olsen (NOR)
W
  Eillenbrecht (NED)
W
  Björklund (SWE)
W
  Lund (SWE)
L
  Heckel (GER)
W
  Kaplur (RUS)
L
Did not advance 6
Kaarlo Koskelo Featherweight   Rauss (AUT)
W
  Hansen (DEN)
W
  Schärer (AUT)
W
  Andersson (SWE)
W
  Hetmar (DEN)
W
  Kangas (FIN)
W
Bye Bye   Lasanen (FIN)
W
  Gerstäcker (GER)
W
 
Oskar Kumpu Light heavyweight   Arpe (ITA)
L
  Oehler (GER)
L
Did not advance N/A Did not advance 20
Otto Laitinen Lightweight   Svenson (SWE)
W
  Fischer (AUT)
W
  Halík (BOH)
W
  Radvány (HUN)
L
Did not start Did not advance 16
Otto Lasanen Featherweight   Beckman (SWE)
W
  Persson (SWE)
W
  Gullaksen (NOR)
W
  Larsson (SWE)
W
  Johansson (SWE)
L
  Leivonen (FIN)
W
  Öberg (SWE)
W
  Gerstäcker (GER)
L
  Koskelo (FIN)
L
Did not advance  
Hjalmar Lehmusvirta Featherweight   Cockings (GBR)
W
  Ciai (ITA)
W
  Hestdahl (NOR)
W
  Rauss (AUT)
W
  Öberg (SWE)
L
  Gerstäcker (GER)
L
Did not advance 6
Kaarlo Leivonen Featherweight   Ciai (ITA)
W
  Cockings (GBR)
W
  Öberg (SWE)
W
  Beránek (BOH)
W
  Larsson (SWE)
W
  Lasanen (FIN)
L
  Gerstäcker (GER)
L
Did not advance 4
Gustaf Lind Light heavyweight   Pétursson (ISL)
L
  Arpe (ITA)
L
Did not advance N/A Did not advance 20
Karl Lind Light heavyweight   Løvold (NOR)
W
  Gardini (ITA)
L
  Ahlgren (SWE)
L
Did not advance N/A Did not advance 16
Knut Lindberg Light heavyweight   Lange (GER)
W
  Ekman (SWE)
W
  Varga (HUN)
L
  Nilsson (SWE)
W
  Ahlgren (SWE)
L
Did not advance N/A Did not advance 6
Adolf Lindfors Heavyweight   Sandberg (SWE)
W
  Jensen (DEN)
L
Bye   Neser (GER)
L
Did not advance N/A Did not advance 7
Fridolf Lundstein Middleweight   Melin (SWE)
W
  Bacon (GBR)
W
  Andersson (SWE)
W
  Johansson (SWE)
L
  Sint (NED)
L
Did not advance 7
Risto Mustonen Featherweight   Hetmar (DEN)
L
  Gerstäcker (GER)
L
Did not advance 26
Johan Olin Heavyweight   Paoli (FRA)
W
  Lindstrand (SWE)
W
  Neser (GER)
W
  Viljaama (FIN)
L
  Saarela (FIN)
W
Bye N/A Bye   Jensen (DEN)
W
  Saarela (FIN)
L
 
Gustaf Pelander Heavyweight   Karlsson (SWE)
W
  Sandberg (SWE)
W
  Jensen (DEN)
L
  Backenius (FIN)
L
Did not advance N/A Did not advance 7
Tuomas Pukkila Lightweight   Covre (ITA)
L
  Hayes (GBR)
W
  Heckel (GER)
L
Did not advance 23
Anders Rajala Light heavyweight   Gross (GER)
W
  Nagel (DEN)
W
  Arpe (ITA)
W
  Pétursson (ISL)
L
  Eriksen (DEN)
W
  Varga (HUN)
L
N/A Did not advance 4
Yrjö Saarela Heavyweight   Karlsson (SWE)
W
  Hauptmanns (GER)
W
  Lindstrand (SWE)
W
  Jensen (DEN)
W
  Olin (FIN)
L
  Neser (GER)
W
N/A   Jensen (DEN)
W
Bye   Olin (FIN)
W
 
Johan Salila Light heavyweight   Fogelmark (SWE)
W
  Pétursson (ISL)
L
  Eriksen (DEN)
L
Did not advance N/A Did not advance 16
Johan Salonen Lightweight   Bouffechoux (FRA)
W
  Baumann (RUS)
W
  Kaplur (RUS)
L
  Frydenlund (NOR)
W
  Nilsson (SWE)
L
Did not advance 11
Aatami Tanttu Lightweight   Eillenbrecht (NED)
W
  Olsen (NOR)
W
  Lund (SWE)
W
  Heckel (GER)
L
  Kaplur (RUS)
L
Did not advance 11
Paul Tirkkonen Lightweight   Stejskal (AUT)
W
  Malmström (SWE)
L
Did not start Did not advance 29
Teodor Tirkkonen Middleweight   Rhys (GBR)
W
  Johansson (SWE)
L
  Johansson (SWE)
W
  Sint (NED)
L
Did not advance 11
Johan Urvikko Lightweight   Malmström (SWE)
L
  Stejskal (AUT)
W
  Orosz (HUN)
W
  Hansen (DEN)
L
Did not advance 17
Emil Väre Lightweight   Baumann (RUS)
W
  Bouffechoux (FRA)
W
  Covre (ITA)
W
  Kaplur (RUS)
W
  Balej (BOH)
W
  Malmström (SWE)
W
Bye   Mathiasson (SWE)
W
Bye   Malmström (SWE)
W
 
Kalle Viljaama Heavyweight   Hauptmanns (GER)
W
  Paoli (FRA)
W
  Bonneveld (NED)
W
  Olin (FIN)
W
  Neser (GER)
L
Did not start N/A Did not advance 5
Emil Westerlund Middleweight   Dahlberg (SWE)
W
  Frank (SWE)
L
  Sint (NED)
W
  Totuschek (AUT)
W
  Klein (RUS)
L
Did not advance 7
Oscar Wiklund Light heavyweight   Eriksen (DEN)
W
  Varga (HUN)
W
  Pétursson (ISL)
W
  Lange (GER)
L
Did not start Did not advance N/A Did not advance 10
Volmar Wikström Lightweight   Lesieur (FRA)
W
  Rydström (SWE)
W
  Mathiasson (SWE)
W
  Nilsson (SWE)
W
  Malmström (SWE)
L
  Lund (SWE)
L
Did not advance 6

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://finland100.fi/2017/09/11/athletes-and-wrestlers-brought-victories-and-international-visibility-to-finland-at-the-1912-summer-olympics-in-stockholm/
  2. ^ "Finland at the 1912 Stockholm Summer Games". sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 9 November 2014.

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