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Shooting at the 1900 Paris Summer Games:

Men's Free Rifle, Kneeling, 300 metres

Shooting at the 1900 Summer Games:

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Host City: Paris, France
Venue(s): Satory Camp, Versailles
Date Started: August 3, 1900
Date Finished: August 5, 1900
Format: 300 metres. 40 shots kneeling. 400 possible.

Gold: SUI Konrad Stäheli
Silver: DEN Anders Peter Nielsen
SUI Emil Kellenberger

Summary

The target in this event was 1 metre in diameter with 10 scoring rings, with a black aiming mark of 60 cm in diameter. Shooters shot 40 shots from 300 metres in a kneeling position for a possible of 400. This event was a portion of the 3-position free rifle event which was shot concurrently for individuals and teams. Gold went to Swiss shooter Konrad Stäheli, who won four medals and three gold medals in 1900 shooting, and also competed at the 1906 Intercalated Olympics, adding a gold and silver medal in shooting.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS
1 Konrad Stäheli 33 Switzerland SUI Gold 324
2T Anders Peter Nielsen 32 Denmark DEN Silver 314
2T Emil Kellenberger 36 Switzerland SUI Silver 314
4 Paul Van Asbroeck 26 Belgium BEL 308
5 Marcus Ravenswaaij 37 Netherlands NED 306
6 Uilke Vuurman 27 Netherlands NED 303
7 Franz Böckli 42 Switzerland SUI 300
8 Lars Jørgen Madsen 28 Denmark DEN 299
9T Louis Richardet 35 Switzerland SUI 297
9T Charles Paumier du Vergier Belgium BEL 297
11 Antoine Bouwens 23 Netherlands NED 296
12 Ole Sæther 30 Norway NOR 293
13T Helmer Hermansen 29 Norway NOR 290
13T Viggo Jensen 25 Denmark DEN 290
15 Ole Østmo 33 Norway NOR 289
16 Achille Paroche 32 France FRA 287
17T Auguste Cavadini 34 France FRA 286
17T Léon Moreaux 48 France FRA 286
19 Henrik Sillem 33 Netherlands NED 281
20 Solko van den Bergh 45 Netherlands NED 274
21 Tom Seeberg 40 Norway NOR 272
22T Maurice Lecoq 46 France FRA 271
22T Laurids Kjær 48 Denmark DEN 271
24 Jules Bury 37 Belgium BEL 269
25 Alfred Grütter 39 Switzerland SUI 265
26 Axel Kristensen 26 Denmark DEN 260
27T Olaf Frydenlund 37 Norway NOR 259
27T René Thomas 34 France FRA 259
29 Edouard Myin Belgium BEL 249
30 Joseph Baras Belgium BEL 210