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Shooting at the 1924 Paris Summer Games:

Men's Trap

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Host City: Paris, France
Venue(s): Issy-les-Moulineaux Shooting Stand, Issy-les-Moulineaux
Date Started: July 8, 1924
Date Finished: July 10, 1924
Format: Three stages - Stage 1: 20 targets, known traps, unknown angles, Stage 2: 30 targets, known traps, unknown angles, Stage 3: 40 targets in two series of 20 targets each; continuous fire, known traps, unknown angles, plus 10 more shots with known traps and unknown angles.

Gold: HUN Gyula Halasy
Silver: FIN Konni Huber
Bronze: USA Frank Hughes


Trap shooting consisted of 100 shots per man, in four series of shots, with double shots permitted. Hungary’s [Gyula Halasy] and Finland’s [Konni Huber] each had 98 successful shots, and shot-off for the gold medal, Halasy winning. The bronze medal also came down to a shoot-off, with the USA’s [Frank Hughes] defeating Canada’s [James Montgomery], after each hit 97 clays.

View a Phase of this EventFinal Standings

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS
1 Gyula Halasy 32 Hungary HUN Gold 98 OR
2 Konni Huber 31 Finland FIN Silver 98
3 Frank Hughes 43 United States USA Bronze 97
4 James Montgomery 32 Canada CAN 97
5 Louis D'Heur Belgium BEL 96
6T Sam Vance 45 Canada CAN 96
6T George Beattie 46 Canada CAN 96
6T Sam Sharman 44 United States USA 96
9T Heinrich Bartosch 54 Austria AUT 95
9T Louis Deloy France FRA 95
11T Werner Ekman 30 Finland FIN 94
11T Ole Lilloe-Olsen 41 Norway NOR 94
11T Enoch Jenkins 31 Great Britain GBR 94
14T Hans Schödl Austria AUT 93
14T Fredric Landelius 39 Sweden SWE 93
16T Axel Ekblom 31 Sweden SWE 92
16T Oluf Wesmann-Kjær 49 Norway NOR 92
18 Wilford Fawcett 39 United States USA 91
19T Eivind Holmsen 29 Norway NOR 90
19T Martin Stenersen 44 Norway NOR 90
19T Gusztáv Szomjas 25 Hungary HUN 90
19T László Szomjas 19 Hungary HUN 90
19T Giacomo Serra Italy ITA 90
24T Fred Etchen 39 United States USA 89
24T Georg Nordblad 29 Finland FIN 89
24T John O'Leary 43 Great Britain GBR 89
24T Erik Lundquist 28 Sweden SWE 89
24T Erich Zoigner Austria AUT 89
29T August Baumgartner Austria AUT 88
29T Magnus Hallman 41 Sweden SWE 88
AC Albert Bosquet Belgium BEL DNF
AC Émile Dupont 36 Belgium BEL DNF
AC Louis Van Tilt 49 Belgium BEL DNF
AC Hans Oluf Jacobsen 42 Denmark DEN DNF
AC José María de Palleja 32 Spain ESP DNF
AC Robert Tikkanen 36 Finland FIN DNF
AC Jacques, Marquis d'Imecourt France FRA DNF
AC Cyril Mackworth-Praed 32 Great Britain GBR DNF
AC Sándor von Lumniczer 28 Hungary HUN DNF
AC Nicola Rebisso Italy ITA DNF
AC Giacomo Rossi Italy ITA DNF
AC Kurt Riedl Czechoslovakia TCH DNF
AC František Schuster Czechoslovakia TCH DNF
AC Antonín Siegl Czechoslovakia TCH DNF