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Thomas Elmitt

Full name: Thomas Francis Elmitt
Gender: Male
Born: January 24, 1871 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Died: February 25, 1938 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Country: CAN Canada
Sport: Shooting


Thomas Elmitt was a regular presence on Canada’s national shooting team for many years, with perhaps his most notable participation being at the 1908 Summer Olympics, where he finished joint-28th in a field of 50 competitors in the free rifle, 1,000 yards event. His other major tournaments included three appearances at Bisley (1908, 1919, and 1920) and one at the Palmer Trophy contest (1907). A career military man, he commanded the 21st Infantry Battalion of the Canadian Army during World War I and was wounded in combat in France in 1916, but continued to serve until the end of the conflict. Outside of the army he was involved in the lumber business and was active in hunting, golf, and fishing, in addition to sport shooting.


Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1908 Summer 37 London Shooting Men's Free Rifle, 1,000 Yards Canada CAN 28T

Men's Free Rifle, 1,000 Yards

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit PTS
1908 Summer 37 London Shooting Canada CAN Final Standings 82
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