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Shooting at the 1924 Summer Olympics

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Shooting at the 1924 Summer Olympics

At the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris, ten events in shooting were contested. These would be the last Games in which team events were part of the Olympic shooting program. The competitions were held from June 23, 1924 to July 9, 1924 at the shooting ranges at Versailles, Reims, Camp de Châlons (Mourmelon), and Issy-les-Moulineaux.

Shooting

Medal summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
25 metre rapid fire pistol
 Henry Bailey
United States (USA)
 Vilhelm Carlberg
Sweden (SWE)
 Lennart Hannelius
Finland (FIN)
50 metre rifle prone, prone
 Pierre Coquelin de Lisle
France (FRA)
 Marcus Dinwiddie
United States (USA)
 Josias Hartmann
Switzerland (SUI)
600 m free rifle
 Morris Fisher
United States (USA)
 Carl Osburn
United States (USA)
 Niels Larsen
Denmark (DEN)
Team free rifle
 United States (USA)
Raymond Coulter
Joseph Crockett
Morris Fisher
Sidney Hinds
Walter Stokes
 France (FRA)
Paul Colas
Albert Courquin
Pierre Hardy
Georges Roes
Émile Rumeau
 Haiti (HAI)
Ludovic Augustin
Destin Destine
Saint Eloi Metullus
Astrel Rolland
Ludovic Valborge
100 m running deer,
single shots
 John Boles
United States (USA)
 Cyril Mackworth-Praed
Great Britain (GBR)
 Otto Olsen
Norway (NOR)
Team 100 m running deer,
single shots
 Norway (NOR)
Einar Liberg
Ole Lilloe-Olsen
Harald Natvig
Otto Olsen
 Sweden (SWE)
Otto Hultberg
Mauritz Johansson
Fredric Landelius
Alfred Swahn
 United States (USA)
John Boles
Raymond Coulter
Dennis Fenton
Walter Stokes
100 m running deer,
double shots
 Ole Lilloe-Olsen
Norway (NOR)
 Cyril Mackworth-Praed
Great Britain (GBR)
 Alfred Swahn
Sweden (SWE)
Team 100 m running deer,
double shots
 Great Britain (GBR)
Cyril Mackworth-Praed
Philip Neame
Herbert Perry
Allen Whitty
 Norway (NOR)
Einar Liberg
Ole Lilloe-Olsen
Harald Natvig
Otto Olsen
 Sweden (SWE)
Axel Ekblom
Mauritz Johansson
Fredric Landelius
Alfred Swahn
Trap
 Gyula Halasy
Hungary (HUN)
 Konrad Huber
Finland (FIN)
 Frank Hughes
United States (USA)
Team clay pigeons
 United States (USA)
Frederick Etchen
Frank Hughes
Samuel Sharman
William Silkworth
John Noel
Clarence Platt
 Canada (CAN)
George Beattie
John Black
Robert Montgomery
Samuel Vance
William Barnes
Samuel Newton
 Finland (FIN)
Werner Ekman
Konrad Huber
Robert Huber
Toivo Tikkanen
Georg Nordblad
Karl Magnus Wegelius

Notes:

  • For the team free rifle the IOC medal database lists also Léon Johnson and André Parmentier as silver medalists for France; and L. H. Clermont and C. Dupre as bronze medalists for Haiti, but all these shooters never participated in this competition.
  • For the team running deer, single shots the IOC medal database lists also Hans Nordvik and Oluf Wesmann-Kjær as gold medalists for Norway; and Karl Richter and Karl-Gustaf Svensson as silver medalists for Sweden, but all these shooters never participated in this competition.
  • For the team running deer, double shots the IOC medal database lists also John Faunthorpe and John O'Leary as gold medalists for Great Britain; Hans Nordvik and Oluf Wesmann-Kjær as silver medalists for Norway; and Edward Benedicks and Karl-Gustaf Svensson as bronze medalists for Sweden, but all these shooters never participated in this competition.
  • For the team clay pigeons the IOC medal database lists all six team members as medalists. The shooters below the line were the weakest of their teams and their scores did not count for the team score.

Participating nations

A total of 258 sport shooters from 27 nations competed at the Paris Games:

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States (USA) 5 2 2 9
2  Norway (NOR) 2 1 1 4
3  Great Britain (GBR) 1 2 0 3
4  France (FRA) 1 1 0 2
5  Hungary (HUN) 1 0 0 1
6  Sweden (SWE) 0 2 2 4
7  Finland (FIN) 0 1 2 3
8  Canada (CAN) 0 1 0 1
9  Denmark (DEN) 0 0 1 1
 Haiti (HAI) 0 0 1 1
 Switzerland (SUI) 0 0 1 1

References

  • "Olympic Medal Winners".  
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