1949 ISSF World Shooting Championships

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The 34th UIT World Shooting Championships was the contemporary name of the ISSF World Shooting Championships held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1949.

Medal count[edit]

Rank Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Finland 7 7 3 17
2  Norway 5 4 5 14
3  Argentina 5 0 2 7
4   Switzerland 4 4 5 13
5  United States 4 4 3 11
6  Sweden 3 8 7 18
7  Yugoslavia 0 1 0 1
8  Brazil 0 0 1 1
 Spain 0 0 1 1
 Uruguay 0 0 1 1

Rifle events[edit]

Individual Team
300 m Rifle Three positions
Gold  Olavi Elo (FIN) 1118 Gold  Finland 5512
Silver  Pauli Aapeli Janhonen (FIN) 1118 Silver   Switzerland 5508
Bronze  Jonas Jonsson (SWE) 1112 Bronze  Sweden 5488
300 m Rifle Prone position
Gold  Otto Horber (SUI) 388 No team competition
Silver  Kurt Johansson (SWE) 387
Bronze  Robert Buerchler (SUI) 386
300 m Rifle Kneeling position
Gold  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN) 375 No team competition
Silver  Otto Horber (SUI) 374
Bronze  Ernst Kramer (SUI) 374
300 m Rifle Standing position
Gold  Olavi Elo (FIN) 364 No team competition
Silver  Pauli Aapeli Janhonen (FIN) 364
Bronze  Willy Røgeberg (NOR) 361
300 m Standard Rifle
Gold  Holger Erben (SWE) 529 Gold  Sweden 2534
Silver  Walther Fröstell (SWE) 520 Silver  Yugoslavia 2491
Bronze  Dias Villela Harvey (BRA) 518 Bronze   Switzerland 2486
300 m Army Rifle
Gold  Pablo Cagnasso (ARG) 419 Gold  Sweden 1616
Silver  Olavi Elo (FIN) 415 Silver  Finland 1605
Bronze  Emil Gruenig (SUI) 410 Bronze  Argentina 1597
50+100 m Rifle Prone position
Gold  Arthur Jackson (USA) 594 Gold  Norway 2960
Silver  Tore Skredegaard (NOR) 594 Silver  United States 2950
Bronze  Halvar Kongsjorden (NOR) 594 Bronze   Switzerland 2933
50 m Rifle Three positions
Gold  Pauli Aapeli Janhonen (FIN) 1165 Gold  Finland 5770
Silver  Arthur Edwin Cook (USA) 1163 Silver  Sweden 5763
Bronze  Erling Asbjørn Kongshaug (NOR) 1162 Bronze  Norway 5755
50 m Rifle Prone position
Gold  Arthur Edwin Cook (USA) 398 No team competition
Silver  Toivo Mjänttäri (FIN) 398
Bronze  Uno Berg (SWE) 398
50 m Rifle Kneeling position
Gold  Robert Buerchler (SUI) 393 No team competition
Silver  Werner Jakober (SUI) 390
Bronze  Olavi Elo (FIN) 390
50 m Rifle Standing position
Gold  Pauli Aapeli Janhonen (FIN) 380 No team competition
Silver  Erling Asbjørn Kongshaug (NOR) 379
Bronze  Holger Erben (SWE) 377

Pistol events[edit]

Individual Team
50 m Pistol
Gold  Beat Rhyner (SUI) 548 Gold  Argentina 2627
Silver  Harry Reeves (USA) 547 Silver  Sweden 2621
Bronze  Angel Leon Gonzalo (ESP) 541 Bronze  United States 2616
25 m Rapid Fire Pistol
Gold  Huelet Benner (USA) 565 Gold  Argentina 2219
Silver  Harry Reeves (USA) 564 Silver  Finland 2219
Bronze  Leonard Ravilo (FIN) 563 Bronze  United States 2219
25 m Center-Fire Pistol
Gold  Heinrich Keller (SUI) 559 Gold  United States 2161
Silver  Eino Saarnikko (FIN) 548 Silver   Switzerland 2160
Bronze  Huelet Benner (USA) 546 Bronze  Finland 2156

Shotgun events[edit]

Individual Team
Trap
Gold  Fulvio Rocchi (ARG) 284 Gold  Argentina 736
Silver  Klas Kleberg (SWE) 283 Silver  Sweden 736
Bronze  Ivar Borg (SWE) 281 Bronze  Uruguay 716

Running target events[edit]

Individual Team
100 m Running Deer Double Shot
Gold  Hans Aasnes (NOR) 194 No team competition
Silver  Per Olof Sköldberg (SWE) 191
Bronze  Birger Buehring-Andersen (NOR) 188
100 m Running Deer Single Shot
Gold  John Larsen (NOR) 210 No team competition
Silver  Rolf Bergersen (NOR) 204
Bronze  Birger Kockgard (SWE) 203
100 m Running Deer Combined
Gold  John Larsen (NOR) 398 Gold  Norway 1914
Silver  Rolf Bergersen (NOR) 398 Silver  Sweden 1873
Bronze  Per Olof Sköldberg (SWE) 389 Bronze  Argentina 1536

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