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The 1932 Summer Olympics (officialy known as the Games of the X Olympiad) was an event held in Los Angeles, United States. No other cities made a bid to host the Olympics for the first time since 1912 when Stockholm was the only city to make a bid.

Sports

Tennis, Rugby and Volleyball were dropped from the Olympic Games while Shooting was brought back. This put the number of sports down to 15.

  • Aquatics (Diving, Swimming, Water Polo)
  • Athletics
  • Boxing
  • Cycling
  • Equestrian
  • Fencing
  • Football
  • Gymnastics
  • Field Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Rowing
  • Sailing
  • Weightlifting
  • Wrestling

Medal Table

Winners

Aquatics

Diving

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Men's 3 metre springboard US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Michael Galitzen US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Harold Smith US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Richard Degener
Men's 10 metre platform US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Michael Galitzen US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Harold Smith US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Frank Kurtz
Women's 3 metre springboard US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Georgia Coleman US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Jane Fauntz US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Katherine Rawls
Women's 10 metre platform US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Dorothy Poynton US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Georgia Coleman Flag of Sweden Ingeborg Sjöqvist

Swimming

Water Polo

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Water Polo Flag of Hungary (1915-1918, 1919-1946; 3-2 aspect ratio) Hungary US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick United States Flag of Germany (3-2 aspect ratio) Germany

Athletics

The big controversy of the athletics program was in the Men's 5000 metres when Lauri Lehtinen blocked Ralph Hill on the final straight. This move was noticed and disqualified Lehtinen, putting Hill as the gold medalist.

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Men's 100 metres US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Ralph Metcalfe US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Eddie Tolan US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick George Simpson
Men's 200 metres US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Eddie Tolan US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick George Simpson Flag of Germany (3-2 aspect ratio) Arthur Jonath
Men's 400 metres US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Bill Carr US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Ben Eastman Canadian Red Ensign 1921-1957 Alex Wilson
Men's 800 metres Canadian Red Ensign 1921-1957 Alex Wilson Flag of the United Kingdom Tommy Hampson US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Eddie Genung
Men's 1500 metres Flag of Italy (1861-1946) crowned Luigi Beccali Canadian Red Ensign 1921-1957 Phil Edwards Flag of the United Kingdom Jerry Cornes
Men's 5000 metres US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Ralph Hill Flag of Finland Lauri Virtanen Flag of New Zealand Billy Savidan
Men's 10,000 metres Flag of Poland Janusz Kusociński Flag of Finland Volmari Iso-Hollo Flag of Finland Lauri Virtanen
Men's 110 metres hurdles US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick George Saling US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Percy Beard US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Jack Keller
Men's 400 metres hurdles Flag of Ireland Bob Tisdall US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Morgan Taylor US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Glenn Hardin
Men's 3000 metres steeplechase Flag of Finland Volmari Iso-Hollo Flag of the United Kingdom Thomas Evenson Flag of Finland Martti Matilainen
Men's 4 × 100 metres relay US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick United States Flag of Germany (3-2 aspect ratio) Germany Canadian Red Ensign 1921-1957 Canada
Men's 4 × 400 metres relay US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick United States Flag of the United Kingdom United Kingdom Canadian Red Ensign 1921-1957 Canada
Men's Marathon Flag of Argentina Juan Carlos Zabala Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Ferris Flag of the United Kingdom Dunky Wright
Men's 50 km walk Flag of the United Kingdom Tommy Green Flag of Latvia Jānis Daliņš Flag of Italy (1861-1946) crowned Ugo Frigerio
Men's long jump US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Ed Gordon US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Lambert Redd Flag of Sweden Eric Svensson
Men's triple jump Flag of Japan Chuhei Nambu Flag of Sweden Eric Svensson Flag of Japan Kenkichi Oshima
Men's high jump Flag of the Philippines Simeon Toribio US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Bob Van Osdel US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Corny Johnson
Men's Pole Vault US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Bill Miller US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick George Jefferson US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick Bill Graber

Boxing

Cycling

Equestrian

Fencing

Football

See also: Football at the 1932 Summer Olympics

Gymnastics

Field Hockey

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Men's 1931 Flag of India India Flag of Japan Japan US flag with 48 stars by Hellerick United States

Lacrosse

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Men's US flag with 49 stars by Hellerick United States Canadian Red Ensign 1921-1957 Canada Flag of the United Kingdom United Kingdom

Rowing

Sailing

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Snowbird Flag of France France 800px-Flag of the Second Spanish Republic Spain Flag of Germany (3-2 aspect ratio) Germany
Star US flag with 49 stars by Hellerick United States Flag of the United Kingdom United Kingdom Canadian Red Ensign 1921-1957 Canada
6 Metre Flag of Sweden Sweden US flag with 49 stars by Hellerick United States Canadian Red Ensign 1921-1957 Canada
8 Metre US flag with 49 stars by Hellerick United States Canadian Red Ensign 1921-1957 Canada n/a

Shooting

Games Gold Silver Bronze
25 metre rapid fire pistol 800px-Flag of the Second Spanish Republic José González Flag of Germany (3-2 aspect ratio) Heinz Hax Flag of Italy (1861-1946) crowned Domenico Matteucci
50 metre rifle, prone Flag of Mexico (1916-1934) Gustavo Huet Flag of Sweden Bertil Rönnmark Flag of Hungary (1915-1918, 1919-1946; 3-2 aspect ratio) Zoltán Soós-Ruszka Hradetzky

Weightlifting

Games Gold Silver Bronze
60 kg Flag of France Raymond Suvigny Flag of Germany (3-2 aspect ratio) Hans Wölpert US flag with 49 stars by Hellerick Anthony Terlazzo
67.5 kg Flag of France René Duverger Flag of Austria Hans Haas Flag of Italy (1861-1946) crowned Pierino Gabetti
75 kg' Flag of Germany (3-2 aspect ratio) Rudolf Ismayr Flag of Italy (1861-1946) crowned Carlo Galimberti Flag of Austria Karl Hipfinger
82.5 kg Flag of France Louis Hostin US flag with 49 stars by Hellerick Henry Duey Flag of Denmark Svend Olsen
Over 82.5 kg Flag of Czechoslovakia Jaroslav Skobla Flag of Germany (3-2 aspect ratio) Josef Straßberger Flag of Czechoslovakia Václav Pšenička

Wrestling

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