- Bohemia at the 1912 Summer Olympics
Infobox Olympics Bohemia
Bohemiacompeted at the 1912 Summer Olympicsin Stockholm, Sweden, for the last time. Beginning at the 1920 Olympic Games, Bohemian athletes would compete for the new nation of Czechoslovakia. Until 1918 Bohemia was part of Austria-Hungary.
11 athletes competed for Bohemia in 1912. It was the country's third appearance in athletics, having competed in the sport each time the nation appeared at the Olympics.
František Janda-Suk, whose silver medal in the discus throw in 1900 was Bohemia's best result in Olympic history and the nation's only athletics medal, placed 15th in that event. That result was the best placing Bohemia got in 1912.
Ranks given are within that athlete's heat.
A single gymnast,
Bohumil Honzátko, represented Bohemia. He placed 36th in the men's individual all-around—exactly matching his performance from 1908. It was Bohemia's third appearance in gymnastics.
One rower represented Bohemia. It was the nation's only appearance in rowing. Šourek did not finish his heat in the first round, abandoning the race after it became clear that he would lose.
(Ranks given are within each crew's heat.)
* [http://www.aafla.org/5va/reports_frmst.htm Official Olympic Reports]
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