The 1912 Olympic Games: Results for All Competitors in All Events, with Commentary

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McFarland, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 569 pages
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The 1912 Olympic Games held in Stockholm, Sweden, were the most modern Olympic Games yet celebrated and the most successful of the Modern Era to that date. Much of the success is credited to the influence of Viktor Balck, who is remembered as The Father of Swedish Sports. The 1912 Olympics also featured new innovations and events. A semiautomatic electrical timing device and a photo-finish camera were used, and the decathlon and modern pentathalon were new events. This work, the sixth in a series on the early Olympics, provides unusually extensive information on the sites, dates, competitors, and nations of the Stockholm games. Results for each event, including cycling, diving, fencing, rowing and sculling, shooting, tennis, water polo, and yachting, among others, are provided.

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Olympic Games Background and Analysis
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Notes
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Summary and Statistics
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