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Australasia at the 1912 Stockholm Summer Games

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Host City: Stockholm, Sweden (May 5, 1912 to July 27, 1912)
Opening Ceremony: July 6, 1912
Closing Ceremony: July 27, 1912

Events for Australasia: 17 in 4 sports
Participants for Australasia: 25 (23 men and 2 women)
Youngest Participant for Australasia: Claude Ross (19 years, 60 days)
Oldest Participant for Australasia: Roger Fitzhardinge (33 years, 116 days)
Most Medals for Australasia (Athlete): Harold Hardwick (3 medals)

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25 Athletes

Rk Athlete Gender Age Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Harold Hardwick Male 23 Swimming 1 2 3
2 Cecil Healy Male 30 Swimming 1 1 2
3 Les Boardman Male 22 Swimming 1 1
4 Malcolm Champion Male 28 Swimming 1 1
5 Fanny Durack Female 22 Swimming 1 1
6 Mina Wylie Female Swimming 1 1
7 Tony Wilding Male 28 Tennis 1 1
8 Roger Fitzhardinge Male 33 Rowing
9 Simon Fraser Male 27 Rowing
10 Henry Hauenstein Male 31 Rowing
11 George Hill Male 21 Athletics
12 Bill Longworth Male 19 Swimming
13 Cecil McVilly Male 21 Rowing
14 Syd Middleton Male 28 Rowing
15 William Murray Male 30 Athletics
16 Thomas Parker Male 28 Rowing
17 Stuart Poulter Male 23 Athletics
18 Claude Ross Male 18 Athletics
19 Harry Ross-Soden Male 25 Rowing
20 Jack Ryrie Male 25 Rowing
21 Frank Schryver Male 20 Swimming
22 William Stewart Male 22 Athletics
23 Theodore Tartakover Male Swimming
24 Robert Waley Male 22 Rowing
25 Hugh Ward Male 22 Rowing

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