Norway at the 1900 Summer Olympics
Norway competed at the Summer Olympic Games for the first time at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris. Results from Norwegian athletes are typically considered separate from those of Swedish competitors despite the Union between Sweden and Norway that existed in 1900.
|Norway at the|
1900 Summer Olympics
|NOC||Norwegian Olympic Committee and Confederation of Sports|
|Competitors||7 in 2 sports|
|Summer Olympics appearances (overview)|
|Other related appearances|
|1906 Intercalated Games|
Norway finished in 16th position in the final medal rankings with 5 medals.
|Ole Østmo||Shooting||300 metre free rifle, standing||August 5|
|Shooting||300 metre free rifle, team||August 5|
|Carl Albert Andersen||Athletics||pole vault||July 15|
|Ole Østmo||Shooting||300 metre free rifle, prone||August 5|
|Ole Østmo||Shooting||300 metre free rifle, three positions||August 5|
Two Norwegian athletes, a runner and a jumper, competed in four athletics events, winning one bronze medal in the pole vault.
|Yngvar Bryn||200 m||Unknown||3||Did not advance|
|400 m||Unknown||5||Did not advance|
|Carl Albert Andersen||High jump||1.70||4|
Norway won four medals in the five military rifle events, including the silver medal in the team section. Østmo took bronze in the individual overall, as well as a silver and a bronze in two of the positions.
|Ole Østmo||Men's 300 metre free rifle, standing||299|
|Ole Sæther||Men's 300 metre free rifle, kneeling||293||12|
|Ole Østmo||Men's 300 metre free rifle, prone||329|
|Ole Østmo||Men's 300 metre free rifle, three positions||917|
|Men's 300 metre free rifle, team||4290|