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Samuel Duvall

Full name: Samuel Harding Duvall
Gender: Male
Born: March 11, 1836 in Liberty, Indiana, United States
Died: September 26, 1908 in Liberty, Indiana, United States
Affiliations: Cincinnati Archers, Cincinnati (USA)
Country: USA United States
Sport: Archery

Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)

Biography

Samuel Duvall, from Liberty, Indiana, was a member of the Cincinnati Archers in 1904. By shooting on the winning team at the 1904 Olympics he set a still-standing record as the oldest American to ever participate, or win a medal, in the Olympic Games. Duvall never won a national championship but was Ohio champion in 1889 (Double York Round) and 1890 (Double American Round). He made his living as a farmer and livestock buyer.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1904 Summer 68 St. Louis Archery Men's Double American Round United States USA 14
1904 Summer 68 St. Louis Archery Men's Team Round Cincinnati Archers USA 2 Silver

Men's Double American Round

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Date Result PTS TH S
1904 Summer 68 St. Louis Archery United States Final Standings 14 1904-09-19 0.0 141 699
1904 Summer 68 St. Louis Archery United States 60 yards 14 1904-09-19 40 158
1904 Summer 68 St. Louis Archery United States 50 yards 17 1904-09-19 43 219
1904 Summer 68 St. Louis Archery United States 40 yards 10 1904-09-19 58 322

Men's Team Round

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result TH PTS
1904 Summer 68 St. Louis Archery Cincinnati Archers USA Final Standings 2 1904-09-21 68 280