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Shooting at the 1906 Athina Summer Games:

Men's Military Revolver, 1873-1874 Gras Model, 20 metres

Shooting at the 1906 Summer Games:

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Host City: Athina, Greece
Venue(s): Shooting Range, Kallithea
Date Started: April 23, 1906
Date Finished: April 23, 1906
Format: 20 metres. 30 shots. 300 possible.

Gold: FRA Jean Fouconnier
Silver: FRA Raoul, Count de Boigne
Bronze: FRA Hermann Martin

Summary

This event was shot from 20 metres with a Gras model revolver, which had been designed in France in 1873. France’s Jean Fouconnier won the gold medal with 219 points from a possible 300. Fouconnier won a complete set of medals in Athina, with a silver in the free pistol, and bronze in the team free rifle event. France swept the medals, with Raoul, Count de Boigne placing second and Hermann Martin third.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal TH PTS
1 Jean Fouconnier France FRA Gold 30 219
2 Raoul, Count de Boigne 43 France FRA Silver 30 216
3 Hermann Martin France FRA Bronze 30 215
4 Maurice Lecoq 52 France FRA 30 211
5 Ludwig Ternajgo 34 Austria AUT 30 208
6 Aristidis Rangavis Greece GRE 30 201
7 Louis Richardet 41 Switzerland SUI 29 199
8 Aristidis Kronis Greece GRE 29 198
9 Maurice Faure 46 France FRA 30 197
10 Alexandros Theofilakis Greece GRE 30 193
11 Ioannis Papapanagiotou Greece GRE 30 192
12 Konrad Stäheli 39 Switzerland SUI 29 192
13 Anastasios Metaxas 44 Greece GRE 29 192
14 Frangiskos Mavrommatis 36 Greece GRE 29 191
15 Heinrich Hintermann Austria AUT 29 191
16 Léon Moreaux 54 France FRA 29 189
17 Konstantinos Skarlatos 29 Greece GRE 29 187
18 Eric Carlberg 26 Sweden SWE 29 179
19 Matthias Triantafyllidis Greece GRE 30 168
20 Georgios Orfanidis Greece GRE 29 166
21 Gerald Merlin 21 Great Britain GBR 28 162
22 Vilhelm Carlberg 26 Sweden SWE 28 136
23 Caspar Widmer 31 Switzerland SUI 27 136
24 Cesare Liverziani Italy ITA 25 133
25 Georgios Zisimos Greece GRE 23 121
26 Sándor, Count Török de Szendrő 25 Hungary HUN 26 117
27 Jean Reich 32 Switzerland SUI 20 103
28 László Szemere Hungary HUN 16 85
29 Antonín Ehrenberger Bohemia BOH 13 55
AC Sidney Merlin 49 Great Britain GBR DNF
AC Marcel Meyer de Stadelhofen 28 Switzerland SUI DNF