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Shooting at the 1956 Summer Olympics – Men's 100 metre running deer, single and double shot

Men's 100 metre running deer, single and double shot
at the Games of the XVI Olympiad
Venue Melbourne, Australia
Date 3-4 December
Competitors 11 from 6 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    Soviet Union
Silver medal    Sweden
Bronze medal    Soviet Union
Shooting at the
1956 Summer Olympics
25 m rapid fire pistol men
50 metre pistol men
300 metre rifle men
50 m rifle, three positions men
50 m rifle, prone men
100 m running deer men
Trap men

The Men's 100 metre running deer, single and double shot event was a shooting sports event held as part of the Shooting at the 1956 Summer Olympics programme. It was the second and last appearance of the event. The competition was held on 3 and 4 December 1956 at the shooting ranges in Melbourne. 11 shooters from 6 nations competed.[1]

Results

Place Shooter Total
1  Vitali Romanenko (URS) 441
2  Per Olof Sköldberg (SWE) 432
3  Vladimir Sevryugin (URS) 429
4  Miklós Kovács (HUN) 417
5  Miklós Kocsis (HUN) 416
6  Rolf Bergersen (NOR) 409
7  Benkt Austrin (SWE) 405
8  John Larsen (NOR) 390
9  Germán Briceño (VEN) 375
10  Colin Anderson (AUS) 357
11  Noel Hall (AUS) 339

References

  1. ^ "Shooting at the 1956 Melbourne Summer Games: Men's 100 metre running deer, single and double shot". Sports Reference. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 
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