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Shooting at the 1912 Stockholm Summer Games:

Men's Dueling Pistol, 30 metres

Shooting at the 1912 Summer Games:

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Host City: Stockholm, Sweden
Venue(s): Kaknäs, Djurgården, Stockholm
Date Started: June 29, 1912
Date Finished: June 29, 1912
Format: 30 metres. 30 shots in 6 series of 5 shots each. Scoring by hits on target, with ties broken by points. 30 hits possible, 300 points possible.

Gold: USA Al Lane
Silver: SWE Paul Palén
Bronze: SWE Hübner von Holst

Summary

Al Lane won both of the individual pistol shooting events at the Stockholm Olympics, although he was only 20 years old in 1912. He won three gold medals in 1912, adding a team gold in military pistol event, where he also made the highest score. In the team dueling pistol event, Lane also had the highest individual score, although the United States finished only 4th. Lane competed again at Antwerp in 1920 and added two more gold medals in team events and a bronze in the individual free pistol. Johan Hübner von Holst (SWE) and John Dietz (USA) tied for 3rd place. In the shoot-off for the bronze medal, von Holst scored 284 to Dietz’s 282.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS TH
1 Al Lane 20 United States USA Gold 30 287
2 Paul Palén 31 Sweden SWE Silver 30 286
3 Hübner von Holst 30 Sweden SWE Bronze 30 283
4 John Dietz 41 United States USA 30 283
5 Ivan Törnmarck 27 Sweden SWE 30 280
6 Eric Carlberg 32 Sweden SWE 30 278
7 Georg de Laval 29 Sweden SWE 30 277
8 Walter Winans 60 United States USA 30 276
9 Sándor, Count Török de Szendrő 31 Hungary HUN 30 275
10 Hans Roedder 33 United States USA 30 275
11 Gustaf Boivie 47 Sweden SWE 30 272
12 Edmond Sandoz 39 France FRA 30 272
13 Patrik de Laval 25 Sweden SWE 30 268
14 Georgy Panteleymonov 28 Russia RUS 30 265
15 Vilhelm Carlberg 32 Sweden SWE 29 274
16 Peter Dolfen 31 United States USA 29 274
17 Erik Boström 42 Sweden SWE 29 274
18 Frans-Albert Schartau 34 Sweden SWE 29 270
19 Reginald Sayre 52 United States USA 29 268
20 Adolf Schmal, Jr. 27 Austria AUT 29 267
21 Harry Sears 41 United States USA 29 266
22 Nikolay Melnitsky 24 Russia RUS 29 264
23 Ioannis Theofilakis Greece GRE 29 263
24 Pavel Voyloshnikov 33 Russia RUS 29 260
25 Félix Alegría 35 Chile CHI 29 259
26 Georges, Marquis de Créqui-Montfort de Courtivron 34 France FRA 28 263
27 Konstantinos Skarlatos 35 Greece GRE 28 261
28 Amos Kash 43 Russia RUS 28 260
29 Frangiskos Mavrommatis 42 Greece GRE 28 256
30 Axel Gyllenkrok 23 Sweden SWE 28 255
31 Maurice Faure 52 France FRA 28 250
32 Grigory Shesterikov 35 Russia RUS 28 250
33 Alexandros Theofilakis Greece GRE 27 242
34 Nikolaos Levidis 43 Greece GRE 27 231
35 Anastasios Metaxas 50 Greece GRE 26 232
36 Charles, Baron de Jaubert 48 France FRA 26 229
37 Hugo Cederschiöld 33 Sweden SWE 26 225
38 Harald Ekwall 38 Chile CHI 25 217
39 Georg Meyer 43 Germany GER 25 207
40 Edmond Bernhardt 27 Austria AUT 25 194
41 William McClure 28 Great Britain GBR 23 180
42 Henri, Baron de Castex 57 France FRA 17 140