Full name: Harald August Bohr
Born: April 22, 1887 in Copenhagen, Hovedstaden, Denmark
Died: January 22, 1951 in Hellerup, Gentofte, Hovedstaden, Denmark
Affiliations: AB, Gladsaxe (DEN)
Related Olympians: Uncle of Ernest Bohr.
Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)
Harald Bohr was the younger brother of the renowned Nobel Prize-winning physicist Niels Bohr. Like his brother, he excelled in mathematics and science and school and became a well-known mathematician in his own right. He worked in the field of mathematical analysis, especially in almost periodic functions, and spent time studying under the British mathematician G. H. Hardy. Harald Bohr and his brother were very close, throughout their lives. Early in his career, it was thought that Harald would become the more famous scientist but his career was eclipsed by that of Niels Bohr, one of the most famous physicists of the 20th century. At the University of Købnhaven, the annual award for outstanding teaching is named in Harald Bohr’s honor.
As a footballer he played with the Akademisk Boldklub, beginning in 1903. He played through the 1908 Olympics, and played one further international with the Danish side in 1910 against England.
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|1908 Summer||21||London||Football||Denmark||DEN||Semi-Finals||Match #1||1||1908-10-22||DEN 17, France A-1 1||0|
|1908 Summer||21||London||Football||Denmark||DEN||Round One||Match #1||1||1908-10-19||DEN 9, France B-2 0||2|