Mixed team at the
1900 Summer Olympics
IOC codeZZX
NOCMixed team
Medals
Gold
8
Silver
5
Bronze
6
Total
19
Summer Olympics appearances (overview)

Early Olympic Games allowed for individuals in a team to be from different nations. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) now groups their results together under the mixed team designation (IOC code ZZX). During the 1900 Summer Olympics, several teams comprising international members won 19 medals in 12 different events.

Medalists

François Brandt (left), Roelof Klein and their coxswain, an unknown French boy, at the 1900 Olympics
François Brandt (left), Roelof Klein and their coxswain, an unknown French boy, at the 1900 Olympics
Medal Name Sport Event
 Gold  Charles Bennett (GBR)
 John Rimmer (GBR)
 Sidney Robinson (GBR)
 Stan Rowley (AUS)
 Alfred Tysoe (GBR)
Athletics 5000 metre team race[1]
 Gold  Denis St. George Daly (GBR)
 Foxhall Parker Keene (USA)
 Frank Mackey (USA)
 Alfred Rawlinson (GBR)
 John Beresford (GBR)
Polo[2]
 Gold  François Brandt (NED)
 Hermanus Brockmann (NED)
 Roelof Klein (NED)
 Unknown French athlete (FRA)
Rowing Coxed pair[3]
 Gold

A. Albert,
Jean Collas,
Charles Gondouin,
Wladimir Aïtoff,
Léon Binoche,
Jean-Guy Gauthier,
Auguste Giroux,
Constantin Henriquez (HAI),
Jean Hervé,
Victor Larchandet,
Hubert Lefèbvre,
Joseph Olivier,
Alexandre Pharamond,
Frantz Reichel,
André Rischmann,
André Roosevelt,
Emile Sarrade

Rugby[4]
 Gold  Frédéric Blanchy (FRA)
 E. William Exshaw (GBR)
 Jacques Le Lavasseur (FRA)
Sailing 2-3 ton (race 1)[5]
 Gold  Frédéric Blanchy (FRA)
 E. William Exshaw (GBR)
 Jacques Le Lavasseur (FRA)
Sailing 2-3 ton (race 2)[6]
 Gold  Edgar Aabye (DEN)
 August Nilsson (SWE)
 Eugen Schmidt (DEN)
 Gustaf Söderström (SWE)
 Karl Staaf (SWE)
 Charles Winckler (DEN)
Tug of war[7]
 Gold

Thomas Coe
Robert Crawshaw
William Henry
John Arthur Jarvis
Peter Kemp
Victor Lindberg (NZL)
Frederick Stapleton

Water Polo[8]
 Silver

William Anderson
William Attrill
John Braid
W. Browning
Robert Horne
Timothée Jordan
Arthur MacEvoy
Douglas Robinson
H. F. Roques
A. J. Schneidau
Henry Terry
Philip Tomalin

Cricket[9]
 Silver  Walter McCreery (USA)
 Frederick Freake (GBR)
 Walter Buckmaster (GBR)
 Jean de Madre (FRA)
Polo[2]
 Silver  Max Décugis (FRA)
 Basil Spalding de Garmendia (USA)
Tennis men's doubles[10]
 Silver  Yvonne Prévost (FRA)
 Harold Mahony (GBR)
Tennis mixed doubles[11]
 Silver

Raymond Basset (FRA)
Jean Collas (FRA)
Charles Gondouin (FRA)
Joseph Roffo (FRA)
Émile Sarrade (FRA)
Francisco Henríquez de Zubiría (COL)

Tug of war[7]
 Bronze

Albert Delbecque
Hendrik van Heuckelum (NED)
Raul Kelecom
Marcel Leboutte
Lucien Londot
Ernest Moreau de Melen
Eugène Neefs
Gustave Pelgrims
Alphonse Renier
Hilaire Spanoghe
Eric Thornton (GBR)

Football[12]
 Bronze  Frederick Agnew Gill (GBR)
 Robert Fournier-Sarlovèze (FRA)
 Edouard Alphonse de Rothschild (FRA)
 Maurice Raoul-Duval (FRA)
Polo[2]
 Bronze

Eustaquio de Escandón (MEX),
Manuel de Escandón (MEX),
Pablo de Escandón (MEX),
Guillermo Hayden Wright (USA)

Polo[2]
 Bronze  Marion Jones (USA)
 Laurence Doherty (GBR)
Tennis mixed doubles[11]
 Bronze  Hedwiga Rosenbaumová (BOH)
 Archibald Warden (GBR)
Tennis mixed doubles[11]

 Bronze

Bill Burgess (GBR)
Jules Clévenot / Devenot
Alphonse Decuyper
Louis Laufray
Henri Peslier
Paul Vasseur
Auguste Pesloy

Water Polo[8]

Alphabetical list of all medallists from mixed teams

1 A. Albert
2 A. J. Schneidau
3 Albert Delbecque
4 Alexandre Pharamond
5 Alfred Rawlinson (GBR)
6 Alfred Tysoe (GBR)
7 Alphonse Decuyper
8 Alphonse Renier
9 André Rischmann
10 André Roosevelt
11 Archibald Warden (GBR)
12 Arthur MacEvoy
13 August Nilsson (SWE)
14 Auguste Giroux
15 Auguste Pesloy
16 Basil Spalding de Garmendia
17 Bill Burgess (GBR)
18 Charles Bennett (GBR)
19 Charles Gondouin (FRA)
20 Charles Winckler (DEN)
21 Constantin Henriquez (HAI)
22 Denis St. George Daly (GBR)
23 Douglas Robinson
24 Edgar Aabye (DEN)
25 Edouard Alphonse de Rothschild (FRA)
26 Émile Sarrade (FRA)
27 Eric Thornton (GBR)
28 Ernest Moreau de Melen
29 Eugen Schmidt (DEN)
30 Eugène Neefs
31 Eustaquio de Escandón (MEX)
32 H. F. Roques
33 Foxhall Parker Keene (USA)
34 Francisco Henríquez de Zubiría (COL)
35 François Brandt
36 Frank Mackey (USA)
37 Frantz Reichel
38 Frédéric Blanchy (FRA)
39 Frederick Agnew Gill (GBR)
40 Frederick Freake (GBR)
41 Frederick Stapleton
42 Guillermo Hayden Wright (USA)
43 Gustaf Söderström (SWE)
44 Gustave Pelgrims
45 Harold Mahony (GBR)
46 Hedwiga Rosenbaumová (BOH)
47 Hendrik van Heuckelum (NED)
48 Henri Peslier
49 Henry Terry
50 Hermanus Brockmann
51 Hilaire Spanoghe
52 Hubert Lefèbvre
53 Jacques Le Lavasseur (FRA)
54 Jean Collas (FRA)
55 Jean de Madre (FRA)
56 Jean Hervé
57 Jean-Guy Gauthier
58 John Arthur Jarvis
59 John Beresford (GBR)
60 John Braid
61 John Rimmer (GBR)
62 Joseph Olivier
63 Joseph Roffo (FRA)
64 Jules Clévenot / Devenot
65 Karl Staaf (SWE)
66 Laurence Doherty (GBR)
67 Léon Binoche
68 Louis Laufray
69 Lucien Londot
70 Manuel de Escandón (MEX)
71 Marcel Leboutte
72 Marion Jones Farquhar
73 Maurice Raoul-Duval
74 Max Décugis (FRA)
75 Pablo de Escandón (MEX)
76 Paul Vasseur
77 Peter Kemp
78 Philip Tomalin
79 Raul Kelecom
80 Raymond Basset (FRA)
81 Robert Crawshaw
82 Robert Fournier-Sarlovèze (FRA)
83 Robert Horne
84 Roelof Klein
85 Sidney Robinson (GBR)
86 Stan Rowley (AUS)
87 Thomas Coe
88 Timothée Jordan
89 Victor Larchandet
90 Victor Lindberg (NZL)
91 W. Browning
92 Walter Buckmaster (GBR)
93 Walter McCreery (USA)
94 William Anderson
95 William Attrill
96 William Exshaw (GBR)
97 William Henry
98 Wladimir Aïtoff
99 Yvonne Prévost

Medalists of mixed teams with two medals in 1900 summer Olympics

Six medalists of mixed teams won two medals as part of mixed teams in the 1900 Summer Olympics. Three of them were rugby players who also won medals in tug of war. Three were sailors who won both races in an event staged twice.

Name Event 1 medal Event 2 medal
Charles Gondouin (FRA) Rugby[4]  Gold Tug of war[7]  Silver
Émile Sarrade (FRA) Rugby[4]  Gold Tug of war[7]  Silver
 Frédéric Blanchy (FRA) 2 - 3 Ton Race One[5]  Gold 2 - 3 Ton Race Two Open[6]  Gold
 Jacques Le Lavasseur (FRA) 2 - 3 Ton Race One[5]  Gold 2 - 3 Ton Race Two Open[6]  Gold
Jean Collas (FRA) Rugby[4]  Gold Tug of war[7]  Silver
William Exshaw (GBR) 2 - 3 Ton Race One[5]  Gold 2 - 3 Ton Race Two Open[6]  Gold

Notes

  1. ^ IOC. "Paris 1900 5000m team men Results - Olympic athletics". Olympics.com. Retrieved 2021-08-09.
  2. ^ a b c d IOC. "Paris 1900 polo men Results - Olympic polo". Olympics.com. Retrieved 2021-08-09.
  3. ^ IOC. "Paris 1900 pair-oared shell with coxswain men Results - Olympic rowing". Olympics.com. Retrieved 2021-08-09.
  4. ^ a b c d IOC. "Paris 1900 rugby men Results - Olympic rugby". Olympics.com. Retrieved 2021-08-09.
  5. ^ a b c d IOC. "Paris 1900 2-3t mixed Results - Olympic sailing". Olympics.com. Retrieved 2021-08-09.
  6. ^ a b c d IOC. "Paris 1900 2-3 Ton Race Two Open Results - Olympic sailing". Olympics.com. Retrieved 2021-08-09.
  7. ^ a b c d e IOC. "Paris 1900 tug of war men Results - Olympic tug-of-war". Olympics.com. Retrieved 2021-08-09.
  8. ^ a b IOC. "Paris 1900 water polo men Results - Olympic water-polo". Olympics.com. Retrieved 2021-08-09.
  9. ^ IOC. "Paris 1900 cricket men Results - Olympic cricket". Olympics.com. Retrieved 2021-08-09.
  10. ^ IOC. "Paris 1900 doubles men Results - Olympic tennis". Olympics.com. Retrieved 2021-08-09.
  11. ^ a b c IOC. "Paris 1900 mixed doubles mixed Results - Olympic tennis". Olympics.com. Retrieved 2021-08-09.
  12. ^ IOC. "Paris 1900 football men Results - Olympic football". Olympics.com. Retrieved 2021-08-09.

References