Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 21. Chapters: Aage Frandsen, Aage Jørgensen, Aage Marius Hansen, Aage Walther, Aksel Sørensen, Alfred Frøkjær Jørgensen, Alfred Ollerup Jørgensen, Arne Jørgensen, Arvor Hansen, Axel Andersen, Carl Andersen (gymnast), Carl Krebs, Carl Larsen, Carl Manicus-Hansen, Carl Pedersen (gymnast), Charles Jensen (gymnast), Christian Hansen (gymnast), Christian Juhl, Christian Pedersen, Christian Svendsen, Christian Thomas (Danish gymnast), Dynes Pedersen, Einar Olsen (gymnast), Erik Klem, Frederik Hansen, Frede Hansen, George Falcke, Georg Albertsen, Georg Vest, Gorm Jensen, Halvor Birch, Hans Christian Sørensen, Hans Eiler Pedersen, Hans Jakobsen, Hans Laurids Sørensen, Hans Pedersen, Hans Rønne, Hans Trier Hansen, Harald Bukdahl, Harald Klem, Harry Holm, Harry Sørensen (gymnast), Herold Jansson, Hjalmart Andersen, Hjalmar Peter Johansen, Hugo Helsten, Ingvald Eriksen, Jens Chievitz, Jens Kirkegaard, Jens Kristian Jensen, Jens Lambæk, Jens Peter Laursen, Johannes Birk, Johannes Hansen, Johannes Pedersen, Johannes Vinther, Kaj Gnudtzmann, Karl Kirk, Knud Holm, Knud Kirkeløkke, Knud Vermehren, Kristen Vadgaard, Kristian Hansen, Kristian Larsen, Kristian Madsen, Louis Larsen, Lukas Nielsen, Marius Lefèrve, Marius Skram-Jensen, Marius Thuesen, Martin Thau, Niels Erik Nielsen, Niels Kristian Nielsen, Niels Petersen (gymnast), Niels Turin Nielsen, Olaf Kjems, Olaf Pedersen, Oluf Husted-Nielsen, Oluf Olsson, Oluf Pedersen (gymnast), Peder Larsen Pedersen, Peder Marcussen, Peder Møller (gymnast), Peter Andersen (gymnast), Peter Dorf Pedersen, Poul Jørgensen (gymnast), Povl Mark, Rasmus Hansen (gymnast), Rasmus Rasmussen, Rikard Nordstrøm, Robert Johnsen, Robert Madsen, Rudolf Andersen, Steen Olsen, Svend Madsen, Søren Alfred Jensen, Søren Peter Christensen, Søren Sørensen, Søren Thorborg, Torkild Garp, Valdemar Bøggild, Viggo Dibbern, Viggo Jensen, Vigo Madsen, Viktor Rasmussen, Vilhelm Lange, Wilhelm Grimmelmann. Excerpt: Alexander Viggo Jensen (22 June 1874 - 2 November 1930) was a Danish weightlifter, shooter, gymnast, and athlete. He was the first Danish Olympic champion, at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens. The first weightlifting event held was the two-handed lift, in a style now known as the clean and jerk. Jensen and Launceston Elliot of Great Britain and Ireland finished the competition tied at 111.5 kilograms, though the judges declared Jensen had performed the lift with better form and would be awarded first place. The British delegation protested, resulting in more attempts being given both lifters to improve their scores. Neither did and therefore Jensen retained first place, but he had injured his shoulder in the extra attempts. That injury hampered Jensen's efforts in the one-handed lift, the snatch. He was able to lift only 57.0 kilograms to Elliot's 71.0 kilograms, taking second place in the event. Jensen competed in the shot put, placing fourth. He was not among the top four in the discus throw, placing sixth. In the gymnastics competitions, Jensen entered the rope climbing event. He did not finish the climb, placing fourth behind the two Greeks who did reach the top of the 14 metre rope and Fritz Hofmann, who had gotten higher than Jensen. He was ahead of Launceston Elliot in the event. He also competed in the two rifle events. In the military rifle, Jensen placed sixth with a score of 1,640 points and 30 hits of 40 shots. The free rifle was more successful for him, as he finished third at 1,305 points on 31 hits. His scores for each string of 10 shots were 392, 423, 280, and 210. Hans Pedersen (b. 5 November 1887 in Højelse, Køge Municipality, Sjælland, Denmark; d. 22 September 1943 in Kimmerslev, Køge Municipality) was a Danish gymnast who competed in the 1906, 1912 and 1920 Summer Olympics. At the 1906 Summer Olympics in Athens, he was a member of the...
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