Olympic Games 1932 Los Angeles

10th Olympiad

USA

Sports: 18

Disciplines: 131

National Teams: 47

Participants: 1,921

Winner Medals


Olympic winner medal 1932Olympic winner medal 1932

GENERAL DATA OLYMPIC WINNER MEDALS 1932
1st Place: Gold Medal Material: Gilt Silver
Weight 97 gr
2nd Place: Silver Medal Material: Silver
Weight 93 gr
3rd Place: Bronze Medal Material: Bronze
Weight 76 gr
Diameter: 55 mm Design by: Prof. Guiseppe Cassioli,
Florence, Italy
* 22.10.1865  + 05.10.1942
    Mint: Whitehead
Thickness: 4 mm Ribbon: None
Obverse: Victory seated above stadium.
Reverse: Winner carried by jubilant athletes.




Lightweight free-style winner of the victory stand, 1932

 
   Medals 1932

The dies with which the Prize Medals for the Games of the Xth Olympiad were stamped were cast from the official Olympic hubs used in previous Games. The only alteration made was that of changing the wording to IXth Olympiad Los Angeles 1932. The medals themselves were stamped in the United States, and finished in gold, silver or bronze, according to the requirements of the Protocol.

(Source document:   Official Report 1932, page 331)

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  • 1940cancelled
  • 1944cancelled
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  • 1952Helsinki, Finland
  • 1956Stockholm, Sweden
  • 1956Melbourne, Australia
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  • 1964Tokyo, Japan
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