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Australia at the 1920 Antwerpen Summer Games

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Host City: Antwerpen, Belgium (April 23, 1920 to September 12, 1920)
Opening Ceremony: August 14, 1920
Closing Ceremony: August 30, 1920

Events for Australia: 19 in 5 sports
Participants for Australia: 13 (12 men and 1 woman)
Youngest Participant for Australia: Keith Kirkland (19 years, 305 days)
Oldest Participant for Australia: Ronald Thomas (32 years, 9 days)
Most Medals for Australia (Athlete): Frank Beaurepaire (2 medals)

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13 Athletes

Rk Athlete Gender Age Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Frank Beaurepaire Male 28 Swimming 1 1 2
2 Harry Hay Male Swimming 1 1
3 Billy Herald Male 19 Swimming 1 1
4 Keith Kirkland Male 19 Swimming 1 1
5 George Parker Male Athletics 1 1
6 Ivan Stedman Male 25 Swimming 1 1
7 Lily Beaurepaire Female 26 Diving, Swimming
8 Jerry Halpin Male Cycling
9 Sinton Hewitt Male Athletics
10 William Hunt Male 22 Athletics
11 Wilfred Kent-Hughes Male 24 Athletics
12 Jack King Male Cycling
13 Ronald Thomas Male 31 Tennis

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