Bohemia at the Olympics
|Bohemia at the Olympic Games|
|Other related appearances|
| Czechoslovakia (1920–1992)
Czech Republic (1994–)
Bohemia, an autonomous part of Austria-Hungary until 1918, competed at some of the early modern Olympic Games. The team made its debut at the 1900 Summer Olympics. After World War I, Bohemia became part of the new Czechoslovakia, and Bohemian athletes competed for Czechoslovakia at the Olympics. After the 1992 Summer Olympics and the dissolution of Czechoslovakia into the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1993, Bohemian athletes competed for the Czech Republic at the Olympics. If these post-war appearances are counted, Bohemia has missed only three Olympics: the inaugural 1896 Summer Olympics, the 1904 Summer Olympics (the first held outside Europe) and the boycotted 1984 Summer Olympics.
|2 ! Silver||František Janda-Suk||1900 Paris||Athletics||Men's discus throw|
|3 ! Bronze||Hedwiga Rosenbaumová||1900 Paris||Tennis||Women's singles|
|3 ! Bronze||Vilém Goppold von Lobsdorf||1908 London||Fencing||Men's sabre|
|3 ! Bronze||Vlastimil Lada-Sázavský
Vilém Goppold von Lobsdorf
|1908 London||Fencing||Men's team sabre|
Hedwiga Rosenbaumová also won a bronze medal with Archibald Warden of Great Britain (GBR) in the mixed doubles event in tennis at the 1900 Summer Olympics. This medal is attributed to a mixed team instead of split between Bohemia and Great Britain.
|1904 St. Louis||did not participate|