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Field hockey at the 1932 Summer Olympics

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Men's field hockey
at the 1932 Summer Olympics
Tournament details
Host country USA
Teams 3
Top three teams
Champions  India (2nd title)
Runner-up  Japan
Third place  United States
1928 (previous) (next) 1936

Final results for the Hockey competition at the 1932 Summer Olympics:

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Medal summary

Gold Silver Bronze
 India (IND)
Richard Allen
Muhammad Aslam
Lal Bokhari (Captain)[1]
Frank Brewin
Richard Carr
Dhyan Chand
Leslie Hammond
Arthur Hind
Sayed Jaffar
Masud Minhas
Broome Pinniger
Gurmit Singh Kullar
Roop Singh
William Sullivan
Carlyle Tapsell
 Japan (JPN)
Shunkichi Hamada
Junzo Inohara
Sadayoshi Kobayashi
Haruhiko Kon
Kenichi Konishi
Hiroshi Nagata
Eiichi Nakamura
Yoshio Sakai
Katsumi Shibata
Akio Sohda
Toshio Usami
 United States (USA)
William Boddington
Harold Brewster
Roy Coffin
Amos Deacon
Horace Disston
Samuel Ewing
James Gentle
Henry Greer
Lawrence Knapp
David McMullin
Leonard O'Brien
Charles Sheaffer
Frederick Wolters

Only a men's competition occurred that year.

Results

Match of India against the United States
Match of India against the United States
Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1st, gold medalist(s)  India 2 2 0 0 35 2 4
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Japan 2 1 0 1 10 13 2
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  United States 2 0 0 2 3 33 0
August 4
India  11–1[2]  Japan
Roop Singh(3)
Kullar(3)
Carr (1)
Chand (4)
Inohara(1)
August 8
Japan  9–2  United States
Inohara(4)
August 11
India  24–1[3]  United States
Roop Singh(10)
Kullar(5)
Pinniger (1)
Chand (8)
Boddington(1)

References

This page was last edited on 15 April 2018, at 18:56
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