Medals: 3 Silver (3 Total)
Georg Hoffmann, a swimmer and diver from Berlin, won the silver medal in the 100 yard backstroke behind his teammate [Walter Brack] and ahead of [Georg Zacharias]. This was the first time the 100 back was swum in Olympic competition as there was no backstroke in 1896 and only a 200 backstroke in 1900. Hoffmann also competed in the 440 yard breaststroke, and finished fourth behind fellow teammates, Zacharias and Brack, and third-placed [Jam Handy] from Chicago, who later became the last surviving medalist of the 1904 Olympic Games.
Hoffmann also won a silver medal in springboard diving. Two years later in Athina he again won a silver medal as a platform diver, behind his fellow teammate [Gottlob Walz]. Hoffmann also participated in the 100 metre freestyle in 1906, but was eliminated in the heats.
|1904 Summer||St. Louis||Diving||Men's Springboard||Germany||GER||2||Silver|
|1904 Summer||St. Louis||Swimming||Men's 100 Yard Backstroke||Germany||GER||2||Silver|
|1904 Summer||St. Louis||Swimming||Men's 440 Yard Breaststroke||Germany||GER||4|
|1906 Summer||Athina||Diving||Men's Platform||Germany||GER||2||Silver|
|1906 Summer||Athina||Swimming||Men's 100 metres Freestyle||Germany||GER||AC h2 r1/2|
|1904 Summer||St. Louis||Diving||Germany||Final Standings||2||11.66|
|1906 Summer||Athina||Diving||Germany||Final Standings||2||150.2||130||161||151||159||150|
|1906 Summer||Athina||Swimming||Germany||Round One||Heat Two||AC|
|1904 Summer||St. Louis||Swimming||Germany||Final Standings||2|
|1904 Summer||St. Louis||Swimming||Germany||Final Standings||4|