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Team All-Around, Free System, Men

Date27 August 1920 — 10:00
StatusOlympic
LocationOlympisch Stadion, Antwerpen
Participants46 from 2 countries
FormatTeams could consist of from 24 to 60 competitors. The exercises lasted one hour and were on the apparatuses of the team's choice and the exercises were all optional. Fifty points were given for performance and an additional ten points was given for the number of participants on a team. Thus the highest possible score was 60 points per team. There were two judges and their scores were averaged to determine the final score.

In the team competition, free method, there were only two teams entered: a Danish and a Norwegian team. The two judges, Clod Hansen of Denmark, and Johannes Dahl of Norway, were from the same nations and their scores differed widely. Hansen and Dahl marked their own teams about equally, but Hansen scored Norway quite low, giving the championship to Denmark.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCTP
1DenmarkDEN51.35Gold
Georg AlbertsenCarl R. AndersenViggo DibbernAage FrandsenHugo HelstenHarry HolmHerold JanssonRobert JohnsenChristian JuhlVilhelm LangeSvend Meulengracht MadsenPeder MarcussenPeter MøllerNiels Turin-NielsenSteen Lerche OlsenChristian Møller PedersenStig RønneHarry SørensenChristian ThomasKnud Vermehren
2NorwayNOR48.55Silver
Alf AanningKarl AasJørgen AndersenGustav BayerJørgen BjørnstadAsbjørn BodahlEilert BøhmTrygve BøyesenIngolf DavidsenHaakon EndresonHarald FærstadHerman HelgesenPeter HolOtto JohannessenJohan Anker JohansenTrygve KristoffersenHenrik NilsenJacob OpdahlArthur RydstrømFrithjof SælenBjørn SkjærpeWilhelm SteffensenOlav SundalReidar TønsbergLauritz Wigand-LarsenJakob Erstad