|Switzerland at the|
1900 Summer Olympics
|NOC||Swiss Olympic Association|
|Competitors||18 in 4 sports|
|Summer Olympics appearances (overview)|
|Other related appearances|
|1906 Intercalated Games|
Gold medals were not awarded at the 1900 Games. A silver medal was given for a first place, and a bronze medal was given for second. The International Olympic Committee has retroactively assigned gold, silver, and bronze medals to competitors who earned 1st, 2nd, and 3rd-place finishes, respectively, in order to bring early Olympics in line with current awards.
- Emil Kellenberger — shooting, three positions military rifle
- Karl Röderer — shooting, individual military pistol
- Konrad Stäheli — shooting, kneeling military rifle
- Friedrich Lüthi, Paul Probst, Louis Richardet, Karl Röderer, Konrad Stäheli — shooting, team military pistol
- Franz Böckli, Alfred Grütter, Emil Kellenberger, Louis Richardet, Konrad Stäheli — shooting, team military rifle
- Bernard de Pourtalès, Hélène de Pourtalès, Hermann de Pourtalès — sailing, 1-2 ton race 1
- Emil Kellenberger — shooting, kneeling military rifle
- Bernard de Pourtalès, Hélène de Pourtalès, Hermann de Pourtalès — sailing, 1-2 ton race 2
- Konrad Stäheli — shooting, individual military pistol
Results by eventEdit
Switzerland first competed in fencing at the Olympics, in the sport's second appearance. The nation sent three fencers.
|Paul Robert||Men's épée||Unknown||4th–6th||Did not advance||N/A||Did not advance|
|Paul Robert||Men's foil||Advanced||Not advanced||Did not advance|
|Jean Weill||Not advanced||Did not advance|
|François de Boffa||Men's sabre||Unknown||5th–6th||N/A||Did not advance|
Switzerland competed again at the second gymnastics competition. This time, the nation won no medals in a heavily France-dominated single event.
|Charles Broadbeck||Men's all-around||245||43|
Switzerland had one boat compete in 1900, racing three times. The Lérina took gold in the first 1–2 ton race and added a silver medal in the second 1–2 ton race, but she did not finish in the open class. Sailing was the first of the sports open to women to be contested, making Hélène de Pourtalès the first female Olympian, Olympic medalist, and Olympic champion.
|1–2 ton class
|1–2 ton class
After winning no medals in the first Olympic shooting competitions, Switzerland dominated the second edition of the events, winning five of the nine events, as well as taking two other medals. The Swiss shooters took gold medals in both of the team events, as well as the individual gold medals in military pistol, kneeling military rifle, and overall military rifle.
|Paul Probst||Men's 20 metre rapid fire pistol||57||5|
|Friedrich Lüthi||Men's 50 metre free pistol||435||7|
|Men's 50 metre free pistol, team||2271|
|Franz Böckli||Men's 300 metre free rifle, standing||294||5|
|Franz Böckli||Men's 300 metre free rifle, kneeling||300||7|
|Franz Böckli||Men's 300 metre free rifle, prone||289||21|
|Franz Böckli||Men's 300 metre free rifle, three positions||883||8|
|Men's 300 metre free rifle, team||4399|