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Australia at the 1924 Paris Summer Games

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Host City: Paris, France (May 4, 1924 to July 27, 1924)
Opening Ceremony: July 5, 1924
Closing Ceremony: July 27, 1924

Events for Australia: 31 in 9 sports
Participants for Australia: 36 (35 men and 1 woman)
Youngest Participant for Australia: Boy Charlton (16 years, 337 days)
Oldest Participant for Australia: William Sladden (45 years, 302 days)
Most Medals for Australia (Athlete): Boy Charlton (3 medals)

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36 Athletes

Rk Athlete Gender Age Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Boy Charlton Male 16 Swimming 1 1 1 3
2 Frank Beaurepaire Male 32 Swimming 1 1 2
3 Dick Eve Male 23 Diving 1 1
4 Nick Winter Male 29 Athletics 1 1
5 Moss Christie Male 21 Swimming 1 1
6 Ernest Henry Male 19 Swimming 1 1
7 Ivan Stedman Male 29 Swimming 1 1
8 Claude Angelo Male 29 Wrestling
9 Ernie Austen Male 32 Athletics
10 James Bayley Male 24 Tennis
11 Malcolm Boyd Male 27 Athletics
12 Bob Broadbent Male 19 Cycling
13 Ted Bull Male Rowing
14 Edwin Carr, Sr. Male 24 Athletics
15 Wally Coppins Male Cycling
16 Frank Cummings Male Rowing
17 Robert Cummings Male Rowing
18 George Dempsey Male 18 Cycling
19 Dennis Duigan Male 21 Athletics
20 Harry Graetz Male Rowing
21 Richard Honner Male 26 Athletics
22 Charles Jardine Male 35 Boxing
23 Wally Jarvis Male Rowing
24 Ray Jones Male 20 Boxing
25 Charles Lane Male Athletics
26 Jack Newman Male Athletics
27 Roy Norman Male 27 Athletics
28 Walter Pfeiffer Male Rowing
29 Sidney Ramsden Male 23 Cycling
30 Ruby Reynolds-Lewis Female Art Competitions
31 Arthur Scott Male Rowing
32 Colin Sinclair Male 33 Boxing
33 William Sladden Male 45 Rowing
34 Alf Tauber Male Rowing
35 Ted Thomas Male Rowing
36 Jim Willard Male 31 Tennis

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