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1937 World Student Games (Pre-Universiade) - Paris

1937 International University Games

 

21/08/1937 - 29/08/1937 Paris

France

     
The 1937 International University Games were organised by the Confederation Internationale des Etudiants (CIE) and held in Paris, France. Held from 21–29 August, 22 nations competed in fourteen sports. Boxing, cycling, field hockey, handball, and shooting all made their first appearance at the games. The gymnastics competition was dropped, however, and did not appear again until 1961. This tournament marked the first appearance of a South American nation, in the form of Brazil.

Medal summary

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Cyril Holmes (ENG) 10.60  Alan Pennington (ENG) 10.70  Theo Vogelsang (GER) 10.80
200 metres  Cyril Holmes (ENG) 21.50  Aloisio Queiroz Telles (BRA) 22.00  Hubert Bluquette (FRA) 22.00
400 metres  Godfrey Brown (ENG) 47.80  John Horsfall (ENG)[2] 48.20  Ronald Wylde (SCO) 48.20
800 metres  Jim Alford (WAL) 1:54.1  Hamish Stothard (ENG) 1:54.3  János Aradi (HUN) 1:54.3
1500 metres  Jim Alford (WAL) 3:56.0  Jack Emery (ENG) 3:57.0  Herbert Stieglitz (GER) 3:59.9
5000 metres  Peter Ward (ENG) 15:21.6  Morris Carstairs (SCO) 15:24.2  András Csaplár (HUN) 15:38.2
110 metres hurdles  Paul Mathiotte (FRA) 14.9[3]  Rudolf Eggenberg (SUI) 15.2[3]  Carl Grampp (GER) 15.2[3]
400 metres hurdles  Walter Darr (GER) 54.60  Darcy Guimarães (BRA) 55.00  Fritz Nottbrock (GER) 55.00
4×100 metres relay  England (ENG) 41.80  Germany (GER) 41.80  France (FRA) 42.40
4×400 metres relay  England (ENG) 3:14.0  France (FRA) 3:14.0  Germany (GER) 3:16.6
1600 metres medley relay  England (ENG) 3:28.3  Germany (GER) 3:28.3  France (FRA) 3:31.4
High jump  Gustav Weinkötz (GER) 1.95  Vladimír Galanda (TCH) 1.90  Kurt Augustin (GER) 1.85
Pole vault  Richard Webster (ENG) 3.85  Georgios Thanos (GRE) 3.75  Ervald Aarma (EST) 3.75
Long jump  Luz Long (GER) 7.68  Ruudi Toomsalu (EST) 7.29  Carl Grampp (GER) 7.28
Shot put  Aleksander Kreek (EST) 15.17  Adolf Kamputsch (AUT) 14.41  Kurt Gross-Fengels (GER) 14.34
Discus throw  Gerhard Hilbrecht (GER) 46.25  Dezsõ Józsa (HUN) 45.88  Kurt Gross-Fengels (GER) 43.35
Javelin throw  Friedrich Issak (EST) 70.25  József Várszegi (HUN) 67.18  Eduard Bartels (GER) 65.45
Pentathlon  Fritz Müller (GER) 3824.00  Gerhard Hilbrecht (GER) 3433.00  Rudolf Amsler (AUT) 3128.00

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
80 metres  Dorothy Saunders (ENG) 9.80  Audrey Brown (ENG) 10.00  Huhnemorder (GER)[4] 10.10
200 metres  Dorothy Saunders (ENG) 24.80  Audrey Brown (ENG) 25.40  Madeleine Gravil (FRA) 26.50
80 metres hurdles  Siegfriede Dempe (GER) 11.70  Annemarie Westphal (GER) 12.20  Grethe Whitehead (ENG) 12.40
4×100 metres relay  Germany (GER) 49.80  England (ENG) 49.80  France (FRA) 50.00
High jump  Gisela Mauermayer (GER) 1.53  Marjorie Gray (SCO) 1.45  Enid Cathcart (SCO) 1.45
Long jump  Traute Göppner (GER) 5.39  Gisela Mauermayer (GER) 5.34  Wanda Nowak (AUT) 5.33
Shot put  Gisela Mauermayer (GER) 12.55  Annemarie Westphal (GER) 11.77  Nagel (GER)[5] 10.24
Discus throw  Gisela Mauermayer (GER) 44.17  Huchting (GER)[6] 33.28  Nobiling (GER)[7] 30.41
Javelin throw  Gerda Goldmann (GER) 38.85  Gisela Rothaus (GER) 37.19  Constance Lee (ENG) 33.69

Athletics medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany (GER) 11 6 12 29
2  England (ENG) 8 6 1 15
3  Estonia (EST) 2 1 1 4
4  Wales (WAL) 2 0 0 2
5  France (FRA) 1 1 4 6
6  Hungary (HUN) 0 2 2 4
7  Scotland (SCO) 0 2 2 4
8  Brazil (BRA) 0 2 0 2
9  Austria (AUT) 0 1 2 3
10  Greece (GRE) 0 1 0 1
11   Switzerland (SUI) 0 1 0 1
12  Czechoslovakia (TCH) 0 1 0 1
Total 24 24 24 72

 

 

 

 

 

 

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