Denmark at the 1900 Summer Olympics
|Denmark at the|
1900 Summer Olympics
|NOC||National Olympic Committee and Sports Confederation of Denmark|
|Competitors||13 in 5 sports|
|Summer Olympics appearances (overview)|
|Other related appearances|
|1906 Intercalated Games|
Four athletes competed in six athletics events, taking a bronze medal.
|Johannes Gandil||100 m||Unknown||3||Did not advance|
|Ernst Schultz||400 m||Unknown||2 Q||n/a||51.5|
|Christian Christensen||800 m||Unknown||5||n/a||Did not advance|
|Charles Winckler||discus throw||32.50||8||Did not advance|
|shot put||10.76||10||Did not advance|
Denmark competed in fencing for the second time in 1900. The team won no medals that time.
|Jens Peter Berthelsen||Men's masters sabre||Not advanced by jury||Did not advance|
Denmark competed again at the second Olympic shooting events. Jensen, who had been more successful in weightlifting four years earlier but had won a bronze medal in shooting, returned. This time, he received no shooting medals. Madsen won an individual gold medal, while Nielsen took three individual silvers including the overall. The team did not take a medal in the team event, though they came close with a score only 13 points less than bronze medallist France's.
|Lars Jørgen Madsen||Men's 300 metre free rifle, standing||305|
|Anders Peter Nielsen||277||11|
|Anders Peter Nielsen||Men's 300 metre free rifle, kneeling||314|
|Lars Jørgen Madsen||299||8|
|Anders Peter Nielsen||Men's 300 metre free rifle, prone||330|
|Lars Jørgen Madsen||301||16|
|Anders Peter Nielsen||Men's 300 metre free rifle, three positions||921|
|Lars Jørgen Madsen||905||5|
|Lars Jørgen Madsen
Anders Peter Nielsen
|Men's 300 metre free rifle, team||4265||4|
Denmark entered one event in its inaugural Olympic swimming appearance, with Lykkeberg taking the bronze medal.
|Peder Lykkeberg||Underwater swimming||90.0||28.50||147.0|
- "Denmark:1900 Olympic Results". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2010-03-31.