1928 Summer Deaflympics

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2nd Summer Deaflympics
Host cityAmsterdam,  Netherlands
Nations participating10 countries
Athletes participating212 athletes
Events38 (6 disciplines)
Opening ceremony18 August 1928
Closing ceremony26 August 1928
Officially opened byWilhelmina of the Netherlands

The 1928 Summer Deaflympics, officially known as the 2nd International Silent Games, is an international multi-sport event that was celebrated from 18 August to 26 August 1928 in Amsterdam, Netherlands [1]

Participating Countries[edit]

The countries who participated in the 1928 Deaflympics were: [2]

Sports[edit]

The following events were included in the 1928 Deaflympics:

Medal Tables[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Football  Great Britain (GBR)
Frederick John Archbold,
Alexander David Bremner,
Robert Brewis,
Reginald Gill,
William Coxon Hoggins,
Charles Hudson
R.Hurst,
James Johnstone,
John Robert Longstaff,
Herbert George Mitchell,
Terrence Henry Roberts,
George Scott,
Henry Simm,
Harry Augustus Wakeling,
Lenonard Whitehouse,
James Young
 Czechoslovakia (TCH)
Vaclav Bahensky,
Karel Fara,
Josef Janovsky,
Jaroslav Kupsa,
Leo Patejdl,
Eduard Pellant,
Karel Pucherna,
Jaroslave Slansky,
Karel Svetlik,
Vaclav Tancibudek,
Jiri Tichy,
Tronicek,
Rostislav Vanek,
Frantisek Vlach,
Josef Vokurka
 Netherlands (NED)
Hendrik Berkhout,
Stefhanus Marinus Collewijn,
Herman Benjamin Dasberg,
Frans De Buyzer,
Aart De Jong,
Leenert Gabriel Dronkers,
Goudswaard Johannus,
Pieter Hommel,
Jon Krist,
Jan Langereis,
Jacob Cornelis Quist,
Marinus Stok,
Dirk Van Der Lugt,
Mozes Wertheim

[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.deaflympics.com/games.asp?1928-s
  2. ^ "Amsterdam 1928 Countries participated:". Deaflympics.com. 2018 International Committee of Sports for the Deaf. Retrieved 8 December 2018.
  3. ^ a b "Amsterdam 1928 - Football (Men)". deaflympics.com. International Committee of Sports for the Deaf. Retrieved 8 December 2018.
  4. ^ Hughson, John; Moore, Kevin; Spaaij, Ramon; Maguire, Joseph (2017). Routledge Handbook of Football Studies. Oxford: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-203-06643-0. Retrieved 12 December 2018.
Preceded by
1924
I
Paris
1928
II
Amsterdam
Succeeded by
1931
III
Nürnberg