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Shooting at the 1924 Paris Summer Games:

Men's Running Target, Double Shot

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Host City: Paris, France
Venue(s): Versailles Shooting Stands, Versailles
Date Started: July 1, 1924
Date Finished: July 1, 1924
Format: 20 shots. 100 possible.

Gold: NOR Ole Lilloe-Olsen
Silver: GBR Cyril Mackworth-Praed
Bronze: SWE Alf Swahn

Summary

The rules were the same as in the single shot running target event, except that each shooter had to fire two shots while the deer target traversed a 23-metre opening in four seconds. Each shooter had 10 runs of the deer, or 20 shots, with a 100 possible. The event was won by Ole Lilloe-Olsen on Norway who scored 76, shooting a Krag Military Rifle. As in the single shot event, Cyril Mackworth-Praed (GBR) won the silver medal after a barrage, this time with Sweden’s Alfred Swahn.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS SO
1 Ole Lilloe-Olsen 41 Norway NOR Gold 76
2 Cyril Mackworth-Praed 32 Great Britain GBR Silver 72 22
3 Alf Swahn 44 Sweden SWE Bronze 72 16
4 Fredric Landelius 39 Sweden SWE 70
5 Einar Liberg 50 Norway NOR 70
6 Robert Tikkanen 36 Finland FIN 69
7T John Boles 36 United States USA 64
7T Magnus Wegelius 39 Finland FIN 64
9T Ray Coulter 27 United States USA 62
9T Harald Natvig 51 Norway NOR 62
9T Jalo Urho Autonen 41 Finland FIN 62
12 Walter Stokes 25 United States USA 60
13T Herbert Perry 30 Great Britain GBR 59
13T Oluf Wesmann-Kjær 49 Norway NOR 59
15T Martti Liuttula 30 Finland FIN 57
15T Rudolf Jelen Czechoslovakia TCH 57
15T Mauritz Johansson 43 Sweden SWE 57
18 Allen Whitty 56 Great Britain GBR 56
19 Miloslav Hlaváč Czechoslovakia TCH 55
20 Josef Sucharda 41 Czechoslovakia TCH 53
21 Michel Adelon France FRA 52
22T Ted Ranken 48 Great Britain GBR 51
22T André Chauvet France FRA 51
24 Dennis Fenton 35 United States USA 49
25T Elemér Takács Hungary HUN 42
25T Jules Mahieu 40 France FRA 42
27 Josef Hosa Czechoslovakia TCH 41
28 Eugène Duflot 38 France FRA 40
29 Gusztáv Szomjas 25 Hungary HUN 28
30 Karl-Gustaf Svensson 44 Sweden SWE 25
AC Rezső Velez 36 Hungary HUN DNF