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Australia at the 1928 Amsterdam Summer Games

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Host City: Amsterdam, Netherlands (May 17, 1928 to August 12, 1928)
Opening Ceremony: July 28, 1928
Closing Ceremony: August 12, 1928

Events for Australia: 26 in 6 sports
Participants for Australia: 18 (14 men and 4 women)
Youngest Participant for Australia: Bonnie Mealing (15 years, 347 days)
Oldest Participant for Australia: Nick Winter (33 years, 342 days)
Most Medals for Australia (Athlete): Boy Charlton (2 medals)

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18 Athletes

Rk Athlete Gender Age Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Boy Charlton Male 20 Swimming 2 2
2 Bobby Pearce Male 22 Rowing 1 1
3 Dunc Gray Male 21 Cycling 1 1
4 Tom Boast Male 22 Swimming
5 Tom Bolger Male 23 Wrestling
6 Jimmy Carlton Male 19 Athletics
7 Edna Davey Female Swimming
8 Arthur Ford Male Wrestling
9 George Hyde Male 23 Athletics
10 Bonnie Mealing Female 15 Swimming
11 Harry Morris Male Diving, Wrestling
12 Edie Robinson Female 21 Athletics
13 Jack Standen Male Cycling
14 Charles Stuart Male 21 Athletics
15 Doris Thompson Female Swimming
16 Alf Watson Male 20 Athletics
17 William Whyte Male 24 Athletics
18 Nick Winter Male 33 Athletics

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