Discontinued ISSF shooting events

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This article includes the ISSF World Shooting Championships medal tables of currently discontinued shooting events. The events that International Shooting Sport Federation presently includes in World Championships and Olympic Games are listed in ISSF shooting events article.

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300 metres free rifle prone 40 shots, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1897-1986.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1897 France Lyon  Frank Jullien (SUI)  Enrico Ghisler (ITA)  Ole Oestmo (NOR)
1898 Italy Torino  Leon Moreaux (FRA)  Achille Paroche (FRA)  Stefano Tirotti (ITA)
1899 Netherlands Loosduinen  Jesse Alfred Wallingford (GBR)  Cesare Valerio (ITA)  Leon Moreaux (FRA)
1900 France Paris  Achille Paroche (FRA)  Anders Peter Nielsen (DEN)  Ole Oestmo (NOR)
1901 Switzerland Luzern  Emil Kellenberger (SUI)  Maurice Marie Lecoq (FRA)  Achille Paroche (FRA)
1902 Italy Rome  Attilio Conti (ITA)  Daniele Bonicelli (ITA)  Auguste Cavadini (FRA)
1903 Argentina Buenos Aires  Louis Richardet (SUI)  Emil Kellenberger (SUI)  Adolf Tobler (SUI)
1904 France Lyon  Francois Rysheuvels (BEL)  Achille Paroche (FRA)  Louis Richardet (SUI)
1905 Belgium Bruxelles  Charles Paumier du Verger (BEL)  Uylke Vuurman (NED)  Eugene Balme (FRA)
1906 Italy Milan  Eugene Balme (FRA)  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Maurice Marie Lecoq (FRA)
1907 Switzerland Zurich  Guillermo Ballmer (ARG)  Eugene Balme (FRA)  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)
1908 Austria Vienna  Raffaele Frasca (ITA)  Andre Parmentier (FRA)  Achille Paroche (FRA)
1909 Germany Hamburg  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Achille Paroche (FRA)  Attilio Conti (ITA)
1910 Netherlands Loosduinen  Achille Paroche (FRA)  Jean Reich (SUI)  Charles Paumier du Verger (BEL)
1911 Italy Rome  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Jakob Bryner (SUI)  Charles Scheirlinckx (BEL)
1912 France Bayonne Biarritz  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Paul Rene Colas (FRA)  Husson (FRA)
1913 United States Camp Perry  Achille Paroche (FRA)  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  John Kneubel (USA)
1914 Denmark Viborg  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Rene Georges (FRA)  Lars Jørgen Madsen (DEN)
1921 France Lyon  Walter Raymond Stokes (USA)  James Christian (USA)  Morris Fisher (USA)
1922 Italy Milan  Walter Lienhard (SUI)  Walter Raymond Stokes (USA)  Calvin Lloyd (USA)
1923 United States Camp Perry  Morris Fisher (USA)  John Keith Boles (USA)  Walter Raymond Stokes (USA)
1924 France Reims  Walter Raymond Stokes (USA)  Morris Fisher (USA)  Raymond Orville Coulter (USA)
1925 Switzerland St. Gallen  Walter Lienhard (SUI)  Georges Roes (FRA)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)
1927 Italy Rome  William Bruce (USA)  Mauritz Eriksson (SWE)  Ivar Wester K. (SWE)
1928 Netherlands Loosduinen  Mauritz Eriksson (SWE)  Olle Ericsson I. (SWE)  Reidar Muslie (NOR)
1929 Sweden Stockholm  Emrik Karlsson (SWE)  Olle Ericsson I. (SWE)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)
1930 Belgium Antwerp  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)  Sven Oscar Lindgren (FIN)  Fernand Demierre (SUI)
1931 Poland Lvov  Sven Oscar Lindgren (FIN)  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)  Johannes Siir (EST)
1933 Spain Granada  Einari Oksa (FIN)  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)  Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark (SWE)
1935 Italy Rome  Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark (SWE)  Raymond Durand (FRA)  Halvar Kongsjorden (NOR)
1937 Finland Helsinki  Einari Oksa (FIN)  Elmar Kivistik (EST)  Olavi Elo (FIN)
1939 Switzerland Luzern  Halvar Kongsjorden (NOR)  August Liivik (EST)  Evald Christensen (DEN)
1947 Sweden Stockholm  Robert Buerchler (SUI)  Kurt Johansson (SWE)  Otto Horber (SUI)
1949 Argentina Buenos Aires  Otto Horber (SUI)  Kurt Johansson (SWE)  Robert Buerchler (SUI)
1952 Norway Oslo  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)  Jorma Tuomas Taitto (FIN)  Robert Buerchler (SUI)
1954 Venezuela Caracas  Anatoli Bogdanov (URS)  Vassily Borisov (URS)  Ernst Huber (SUI)
1958 Soviet Union Moscow  Verle Franklin Jun. Wright (USA)  Vilho Ilmari Yloenen (FIN)  Daniel Bruce Puckel (USA)
1962 Egypt Cairo  Gary Anderson (USA)  Hans Rudolf Spillmann (SUI)  Kurt Johansson (SWE)
1966 West Germany Wiesbaden  Kurt Johansson (SWE)  Magne Landro (NOR)  Marat Niyazov (URS)
1970 United States Phoenix  Theo Ditzler (SUI)  Lones Wigger (USA)  Jaakko Minkkinen (FIN)
1974 Switzerland Thun  Lanny Bassham (USA)  Uto Wunderlich (GDR)  Lones Wigger (USA)
1978 South Korea Seoul  Walter Inderbitzin (SUI)  Lones Wigger (USA)  Tore Hartz (NOR)
1986 Sweden Skoevde  Malcolm Cooper (GBR)  Harald Stenvaag (NOR)  Mauri Roeppaenen (FIN)

300 metres free rifle prone 40 shots, men team[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1937-1986.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1937 Finland Helsinki Estonia Estonia
Harald Kivioja
Elmar Kivistik
Gustav Lokotar
Vladimir Kukk
August Liivik
Finland Finland
Olavi Elo
Kullervo Leskinen
Viktor Miinalainen
Einari Oksa
Vasenius N.
Sweden Sweden
Sven Dessle
Kurt Johansson
Olle Ericsson I.
Eriksson T.
Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark
1970 United States Phoenix Switzerland Switzerland
Andreas Beyeler
Erich Burgin
Theo Ditzler
Emile Kohler
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Valentin Kornev
Boris Melnik
Vitali Parkhimovitch
Sergei Yermilov
Finland Finland
Osmo Ala-Honkola
Esa Einari Kervinen
Juhani Laakso
Jaakko Minkkinen
1974 Switzerland Thun United States United States of America
Lanny Bassham
John Robert Foster
Lones Wigger
John Writer
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Vladimir Agishev
Valentin Kornev
Gennadi Lushikov
Boris Melnik
Switzerland Switzerland
Max Huerzeler
Charles Jermann
Martin Truttmann
Erwin Vogt
1978 South Korea Seoul United States United States of America
Ray Carter
David Kimes
Lones Wigger
Webster Wright
Finland Finland
Osmo Ala-Honkola
Juhani Laakso
Jaakko Minkkinen
Mauri Roeppaenen
Switzerland Switzerland
Kuno Bertschy
Walter Inderbitzin
Charles Jermann
Ueli Sarbach
1986 Sweden Skoevde Soviet Union Soviet Union
Victor Daniltchenko
Gennadi Lushikov
Alexander Mitrofanov
Norway Norway
Geir Skirbekk
Harald Stenvaag
Kare Inge Viken
Switzerland Switzerland
Heinz Braem
Pierre Alain Dufaux
Norbert Sturny

300 metre free rifle standing 40 shots, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1897-1990.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1897 France Lyon  Ole Oestmo (NOR)  Frank Jullien (SUI)  Henrik Sillem (NED)
1898 Italy Torino  Achille Paroche (FRA)  Leon Moreaux (FRA)  Auguste Cavadini (FRA)
1899 Netherlands Loosduinen  Franz Boeckli (SUI)  Lars Jørgen Madsen (DEN)  Olaf Emil Frydenlund (NOR)
1900 France Paris  Lars Jørgen Madsen (DEN)  Ole Oestmo (NOR)  Charles Paumier du Verger (BEL)
1901 Switzerland Luzern  Cesare Valerio (ITA)  Johann Prem (AUT)  Maxime Lardin (FRA)
1902 Italy Rome  Emil Kellenberger (SUI)  Hans Lechner (GER)  Maxime Lardin (FRA)
1903 Argentina Buenos Aires  Jose Masso (ARG)  Emil Kellenberger (SUI)  Cesare Valerio (ITA)
1904 France Lyon  Daniele Bonicelli (ITA)  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Paul van Asbroeck (BEL)
1905 Belgium Bruxelles  Paul van Asbroeck (BEL)  Charles Paumier du Verger (BEL)  van Den Branden (BEL)
1906 Italy Milan  Albert Courquin (FRA)  Charles Paumier du Verger (BEL)  Paul van Asbroeck (BEL)
1907 Switzerland Zurich  Karl Wertgartner (AUT)  Jean Reich (SUI)  Paul van Asbroeck (BEL)
1908 Austria Vienna  Lars Jørgen Madsen (DEN)  Albert Courquin (FRA)  Paul van Asbroeck (BEL)
1909 Germany Hamburg  Emil Pachmayer (GER)  Andre Parmentier (FRA)  Marcel Meyer de Stadelhofen (SUI)
1910 Netherlands Loosduinen  Jean Reich (SUI)  Emil Pachmayer (GER)  Charles Paumier du Verger (BEL)
1911 Italy Rome  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Lars Jørgen Madsen (DEN)  Jakob Bryner (SUI)
1912 France Bayonne Biarritz  Riccardo Ticchi (ITA)  Paul van Asbroeck (BEL)  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)
1913 United States Camp Perry  Caspar Widmer (SUI)  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Albert Courquin (FRA)
1914 Denmark Viborg  Rene Georges (FRA)  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Gustaf Richard Nyman (FIN)
1921 France Lyon  Walter Raymond Stokes (USA)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)
1922 Italy Milan  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Carl Townsend Osburn (USA)  Lars Jørgen Madsen (DEN)
1923 United States Camp Perry  Laurence Adam Nuesslein (USA)  Morris Fisher (USA)  John Keith Boles (USA)
1924 France Reims  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Walter Raymond Stokes (USA)  Antonio Rico (ARG)
1925 Switzerland St. Gallen  Josias Hartmann (SUI)  Walter Lienhard (SUI)  Manning Dodson (USA)
1927 Italy Rome  Josias Hartmann (SUI)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Raymond Durand (FRA)
1928 Netherlands Loosduinen  Jakob Reich (SUI)  Einari Oksa (FIN)  Olle Ericsson I. (SWE)
1929 Sweden Stockholm  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)  Russell Seitzinger (USA)
1930 Belgium Antwerp  Einari Oksa (FIN)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)  Harry Renshaw (USA)
1931 Poland Lvov  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Olle Ericsson I. (SWE)  Jakob Reich (SUI)
1933 Spain Granada  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Olle Ericsson I. (SWE)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)
1935 Italy Rome  Sven Dessle (SWE)  August Liivik (EST)  Willy Roegeberg (NOR)
1937 Finland Helsinki  Olavi Elo (FIN)  Emil Gruenig (SUI)  Elmar Kivistik (EST)
1939 Switzerland Luzern  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Toivo Maenttaeri (FIN)  Emil Gruenig (SUI)
1947 Sweden Stockholm  Pablo Cagnasso (ARG)  Olavi Elo (FIN)  Pauli Aapeli Janhonen (FIN)
1949 Argentina Buenos Aires  Olavi Elo (FIN)  Pauli Aapeli Janhonen (FIN)  Willy Roegeberg (NOR)
1952 Norway Oslo  Isac Holger Erben (SWE)  Auguste Hollenstein (SUI)  Jorma Tuomas Taitto (FIN)
1954 Venezuela Caracas  Vassily Borisov (URS)  Auguste Hollenstein (SUI)  Anatoli Bogdanov (URS)
1958 Soviet Union Moscow  Constantin Antonescu (ROM)  Vilho Ilmari Yloenen (FIN)  Hans Werner Harbeck (FRG)
1962 Egypt Cairo  Tommy Pool (USA)  Jozsef Lacsny (HUN)  Daniel Bruce Puckel (USA)
1966 West Germany Wiesbaden  Kurt Mueller (SUI)  Gary Anderson (USA)  Alexander Gerasimenok (URS)
1970 United States Phoenix  Margaret MurdockSymbol venus.svg (USA)  John Robert Foster (USA)  John Writer (USA)
1974 Switzerland Thun  Lanny Bassham (USA)  John Robert Foster (USA)  Vladimir Agishev (URS)
1978 South Korea Seoul  Malcolm Cooper (GBR)  Robert Cheyne (CAN)  Lones Wigger (USA)
1982 Venezuela Caracas  Gennadi Lushikov (URS)  Vladimir Lvov (URS)  Lones Wigger (USA)
1986 Sweden Skoevde  Malcolm Cooper (GBR)  Glenn Dubis (USA)  Michel Bury (FRA)
1990 Soviet Union Moscow  Glenn Dubis (USA)  Roger Jansson (SWE)  Pascal Bessy (FRA)

300 metre free rifle standing 40 shots, men team[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1937-1990.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1937 Finland Helsinki Estonia Estonia
Harald Kivioja
Elmar Kivistik
Gustav Lokotar
August Liivik
Vladimir Kukk
Switzerland Switzerland
Emil Gruenig
Otto Horber
Albert Salzmann
Siocco M.
Karl Zimmermann
Finland Finland
Olavi Elo
Kullervo Leskinen
Viktor Miinalainen
Einari Oksa
Vasenius N.
1970 United States Phoenix United States United States of America
John Robert Foster
Margaret MurdockSymbol venus.svg
John Writer
Lones Wigger
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Valentin Kornev
Boris Melnik
Vitali Parkhimovitch
Sergei Yermilov
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
Karel Bulan
Petr Kovarik
Rudolf Pojer
Antonin Schwarz
1974 Switzerland Thun United States United States of America
Lanny Bassham
John Robert Foster
Lones Wigger
John Writer
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Vladimir Agishev
Valentin Kornev
Gennadi Lushikov
Boris Melnik
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
Karel Bulan
Petr Kovarik
Libor Kurka
Karel Skyba
1978 South Korea Seoul United States United States of America
Ray Carter
David Kimes
Lones Wigger
Webster Wright
Switzerland Switzerland
Kuno Bertschy
Walter Inderbitzin
Charles Jermann
Ueli Sarbach
Finland Finland
Osmo Ala-Honkola
Juhani Laakso
Jaakko Minkkinen
Mauri Roeppaenen
1982 Venezuela Caracas Soviet Union Soviet Union
Victor Daniltchenko
Gennadi Larin
Gennadi Lushikov
Vladimir Lvov
United States United States of America
Ray Carter
Glenn Dubis
David Kimes
Lones Wigger
West Germany Federal Republic of Germany
Hubert Bichler
Peter Heinz
Ulrich Lind
Rudolf Krenn
1986 Sweden Skoevde Norway Norway
Harald Stenvaag
Geir Skirbekk
Kare Inge Viken
United States United States of America
Robert Aylward
Glenn Dubis
Lones Wigger
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Victor Daniltchenko
Gennadi Lushikov
Alexander Mitrofanov
1990 Soviet Union Moscow France France
Pascal Bessy
Roger Chassat
Dominique Maquin
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Anatoli Klimenko
Igor Maksakov
Hrachya Petikyan
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
Milan Bakes
Petr Kurka
Pavel Liskovec

300 metre free rifle kneeling 40 shots, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1897-1990.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1897 France Lyon  Frank Jullien (SUI)  Alcide Hirschy (SUI)  Henrik Sillem (NED)
1898 Italy Torino  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Achille Paroche (FRA)  Leon Moreaux (FRA)
1899 Netherlands Loosduinen  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Emil Kellenberger (SUI)  Henrik Sillem (NED)
1900 France Paris  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Emil Kellenberger (SUI)
 Anders Peter Nielsen (DEN)
1901 Switzerland Luzern  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Emil Kellenberger (SUI)  Alfred Gruetter (SUI)
1902 Italy Rome  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Emil Kellenberger (SUI)  Gian Galeazzo Cantoni (ITA)
1903 Argentina Buenos Aires  Emil Kellenberger (SUI)  Attilio Conti (ITA)  Louis Richardet (SUI)
1904 France Lyon  Heinrich Schellenberg (SUI)  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Louis Richardet (SUI)
1905 Belgium Bruxelles  Louis Richardet (SUI)  Edouard Myin (BEL)  Charles Paumier du Verger (BEL)
1906 Italy Milan  Charles Paumier du Verger (BEL)  Ernst Stumpf (SUI)  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)
1907 Switzerland Zurich  Jean Reich (SUI)  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Ernst Stumpf (SUI)
1908 Austria Vienna  Charles Paumier du Verger (BEL)  Jean Reich (SUI)  Caspar Widmer (SUI)
1909 Germany Hamburg  Caspar Widmer (SUI)  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Attilio Conti (ITA)
1910 Netherlands Loosduinen  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Caspar Widmer (SUI)  Jean Reich (SUI)
1911 Italy Rome  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Jean Reich (SUI)  Jakob Bryner (SUI)
1912 France Bayonne Biarritz  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Marcel Meyer de Stadelhofen (SUI)  Fritz Kuchen (SUI)
1913 United States Camp Perry  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Mathias Brunner (SUI)  Jean Reich (SUI)
1914 Denmark Viborg  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)  Rene Georges (FRA)  Mathias Brunner (SUI)
1921 France Lyon  Walter Raymond Stokes (USA)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)  Carl Townsend Osburn (USA)
1922 Italy Milan  Walter Raymond Stokes (USA)  Walter Lienhard (SUI)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)
1923 United States Camp Perry  Morris Fisher (USA)  Walter Raymond Stokes (USA)  Laurence Adam Nuesslein (USA)
1924 France Reims  Morris Fisher (USA)  Lars Jørgen Madsen (DEN)  Juan Martino (ARG)
1925 Switzerland St. Gallen  Josias Hartmann (SUI)  Walter Lienhard (SUI)  Jakob Reich (SUI)
1927 Italy Rome  Josias Hartmann (SUI)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Walter Lienhard (SUI)
1928 Netherlands Loosduinen  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)  Olle Ericsson I. (SWE)
1929 Sweden Stockholm  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)  Harry Renshaw (USA)
1930 Belgium Antwerp  Russell Seitzinger (USA)  Jakob Reich (SUI)  Emmet Oscar Swanson (USA)
1931 Poland Lvov  Walter Lienhard (SUI)  Sven Oscar Lindgren (FIN)  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)
1933 Spain Granada  Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark (SWE)  Fernand Demierre (SUI)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)
1935 Italy Rome  Jaak Kaerner (EST)  Viktor Miinalainen (FIN)  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)
1937 Finland Helsinki  Elmar Kivistik (EST)  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)  Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark (SWE)
1939 Switzerland Luzern  Karl Kuebar (EST)  Harald Kivioja (EST)  Elmar Kivistik (EST)
1947 Sweden Stockholm  Walther Sigfrid Frostell (SWE)  Kurt Johansson (SWE)  Pauli Aapeli Janhonen (FIN)
1949 Argentina Buenos Aires  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)  Otto Horber (SUI)  Ernst Kramer (SUI)
1952 Norway Oslo  Vilho Ilmari Yloenen (FIN)  Robert Buerchler (SUI)  Otto Horber (SUI)
1954 Venezuela Caracas  Anatoli Bogdanov (URS)  Nils Johan Sundberg (SWE)  Vilho Ilmari Yloenen (FIN)
1958 Soviet Union Moscow  Verle Franklin Jun. Wright (USA)  Daniel Bruce Puckel (USA)  Esa Einari Kervinen (FIN)
1962 Egypt Cairo  Erwin Vogt (SUI)  Kurt Mueller (SUI)  Vladimir Yevdokimov (URS)
1966 West Germany Wiesbaden  John Robert Foster (USA)  Alexander Gerasimenok (URS)  Kurt Johansson (SWE)
1970 United States Phoenix  Lajos Papp (HUN)  Vitali Parkhimovitch (URS)  Rudolf Pojer (TCH)
1974 Switzerland Thun  John Robert Foster (USA)  Max Huerzeler (SUI)  Eugeniusz Pedzisz (POL)
1978 South Korea Seoul  Kuno Bertschy (SUI)  Tore Hartz (NOR)  Juhani Laakso (FIN)
1982 Venezuela Caracas  Victor Daniltchenko (URS)  Kuno Bertschy (SUI)  Malcolm Cooper (GBR)
1986 Sweden Skoevde  Glenn Dubis (USA)  Mauri Roeppaenen (FIN)  Robert Aylward (USA)
1990 Soviet Union Moscow  Malcolm Cooper (GBR)  Joergen Herlufsen (DEN)  Hubert Bichler (FRG)

300 metre free rifle kneeling 40 shots, men team[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1937-1990.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1937 Finland Helsinki Estonia Estonia
Harald Kivioja
Elmar Kivistik
August Liivik
Vladimir Kukk
Gustav Lokotar
Finland Finland
Olavi Elo
Kullervo Leskinen
Viktor Miinalainen
Einari Oksa
Vasenius N.
Switzerland Switzerland
Marcio Ciocco
Emil Gruenig
Otto Horber
Albert Salzmann
Karl Zimmermann
1970 United States Phoenix Soviet Union Soviet Union
Valentin Kornev
Boris Melnik
Vitali Parkhimovitch
Sergei Yermilov
United States United States of America
John Robert Foster
Margaret MurdockSymbol venus.svg
Lones Wigger
John Writer
Switzerland Switzerland
Andreas Beyeler
Erich Burgin
Theo Ditzler
Emile Kohler
1974 Switzerland Thun Poland Poland
Jozef Botwin
Henryk Gorski
Eugeniusz Pedzisz
Andrzej Sieledcow
United States United States of America
Lanny Bassham
John Robert Foster
Lones Wigger
John Writer
Switzerland Switzerland
Max Huerzeler
Charles Hermann
Martin Truttmann
Erwin Vogt
1978 South Korea Seoul Switzerland Switzerland
Kuno Bertschy
Walter Inderbitzin
Charles Jermann
Ueli Sarbach
United States United States of America
Ray Carter
David Kimes
Lones Wigger
Webster Wright
Finland Finland
Osmo Ala-Honkola
Juhani Laakso
Jaakko Minkkinen
Mauri Roeppaenen
1982 Venezuela Caracas Soviet Union Soviet Union
Victor Daniltchenko
Gennadi Larin
Gennadi Lushikov
Vladimir Lvov
Norway Norway
Trond Kjoell
Geir Skirbekk
Harald Stenvaag
Kare Inge Viken
United States United States of America
Ray Carter
Glenn Dubis
David Kimes
Lones Wigger
1986 Sweden Skoevde Soviet Union Soviet Union
Victor Daniltchenko
Gennadi Lushikov
Alexander Mitrofanov
United States United States of America
Robert Aylward
Glenn Dubis
Lones Wigger
France France
Pascal Bessy
Michel Bury
Dominique Maquin
1990 Soviet Union Moscow Sweden Sweden
Goran Jansson
Roger Jansson
Michael Larsson
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Anatoli Klimenko
Igor Maksakov
Hrachya Petikyan
Switzerland Switzerland
Olivier Cottagnoud
Pierre Alain Dufaux
Norbert Sturny

300 metre army rifle prone, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1911-1939.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1911 Italy Rome  Carlo Ernesto Panza (ITA)  Gerard Anne van Den Bergh (NED)  Leon Moreaux (FRA)
1912 France Bayonne Biarritz  Julio Castro Del Rosario (ESP)  Harry Simon (USA)  Alfredo Galli (ITA)
1913 United States Camp Perry  Pereyra (ARG)  Yanez (ARG)  Ernest Eddy (USA)
1914 Denmark Viborg  Andre Barbillat (FRA)  Albert Courquin (FRA)  Walter E. (FRA)
1921 France Lyon  Dupuis I. (FRA)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Léon Johnson (FRA)
1922 Italy Milan  Erik Sætter-Lassen (DEN)  Gian Galeazzo Cantoni (ITA)  Carlo Riccetti (ITA)
1923 United States Camp Perry  Boa J. (CAN)  Ned Moor E. (USA)  van Spreekens B. (NED)
1924 France Reims  Antonio Rico (ARG)  Anders Vilhelm Andersson (SWE)  Mauritz Eriksson (SWE)
1925 Switzerland St. Gallen  Miard P. (FRA)  Roger Isenegger (SUI)  Walter Lienhard (SUI)
1927 Italy Rome  Franco Micheli (ITA)  Riccardo Ticchi (ITA)  Wladyslaw Borzemski (POL)
1928 Netherlands Loosduinen  Julio Castro Del Rosario (ESP)  Freminet (FRA)  Mauritz Eriksson (SWE)
1929 Sweden Stockholm  Ernst Malmgren (SWE)  Olle Ericsson I. (SWE)  Frantisek Cermak (TCH)
1930 Belgium Antwerp  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Camillo Isnardi (ITA)  Lucien Genot (FRA)
1931 Poland Lvov  Marcel Bonin (FRA)  Lucien Genot (FRA)  Uno Weckstroem (FIN)
1933 Spain Granada  Nils Persson (SWE)  Karl August Larsson (SWE)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)
1935 Italy Rome  Brion M. (FRA)  Albert Salzmann (SUI)  Sven Oscar Lindgren (FIN)
1937 Finland Helsinki  Kalle Liujala (FIN)  Elis Ekman (FIN)  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)
1939 Switzerland Luzern  Walter Gehmann (GER)  Gustav Eichelberger (SUI)  Johannes Vilberg (EST)

300 metre army rifle prone, men team[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1937.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1937 Finland Helsinki Finland Finland
Lauri Kaarto
Granbohm L.
Viljo Leskinen
Elis Ekman
Kullervo Leskinen
Sweden Sweden
Olle Ericsson I.
Kurt Johansson
Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark
Trang E.
Zachrisson B.
France France
Marcel Bonin
Raymond Durand
Marcel Fitoussi
Lucien Genot
Jacques Louis Mazoyer

300 metre army rifle standing, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1911-1939.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1911 Italy Rome  Auguste Marion (FRA)  Lommel V. L. (NED)  Attilio Conti (ITA)
1912 France Bayonne Biarritz  Ernest Eddy (USA)  Gian Galeazzo Cantoni (ITA)  Julio Castro Del Rosario (ESP)
1913 United States Camp Perry  Mauritz Eriksson (SWE)  Pourquala (ARG)  Paul Rene Colas (FRA)
1914 Denmark Viborg  Aix Bouwens (NED)  Anders Martinus Petersen (DEN)  Niels Hansen Ditlev Larsen (DEN)
1921 France Lyon  Raffaele Frasca (ITA)  Achille Paroche (FRA)  Camillo Isnardi (ITA)
1922 Italy Milan  Carlo Ernesto Panza (ITA)  Albert Troendle (SUI)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)
1923 United States Camp Perry  Ned Moor E. (USA)  Andre Regaud (FRA)  Boa J. (CAN)
1924 France Reims  Francois Jacques Florentin Lafortune (BEL)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)  Aix Bouwens (NED)
1925 Switzerland St. Gallen  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Aix Bouwens (NED)  Vandesutte (FRA)
1927 Italy Rome  Louis Gouery (FRA)  Gian Galeazzo Cantoni (ITA)  Carlo Ernesto Panza (ITA)
1928 Netherlands Loosduinen  Walter Lienhard (SUI)  Mauritz Eriksson (SWE)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)
1929 Sweden Stockholm  Josias Hartmann (SUI)  Olle Ericsson I. (SWE)  Lodovico Nulli (ITA)
1930 Belgium Antwerp  Christiaan Johannes Petrus Both (NED)  Rudolf Brachtl (TCH)  Wilhelm Schnyder (SUI)
1931 Poland Lvov  Andrzej Matuszak (POL)  Uno Weckstroem (FIN)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)
1933 Spain Granada  Domingo Rodriguez Somoza (ESP)  Marcel Fitoussi (FRA)  Jose de Linos (ESP)
1935 Italy Rome  Olle Ericsson I. (SWE)  Christiaan Johannes Petrus Both (NED)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)
1937 Finland Helsinki  Johannes Vilberg (EST)  Olavi Elo (FIN)  Lucien Genot (FRA)
1939 Switzerland Luzern  Jakob Brod (GER)  Lauri Kaarto (FIN)  Albert Salzmann (SUI)

300 metre army rifle standing, men team[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1937.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1937 Finland Helsinki Finland Finland
Elis Ekman
Granbohm L.
Lauri Kaarto
Kullervo Leskinen
Viljo Leskinen
Estonia Estonia
Villem Jaanson
Karl Juergens
Heinrich Silber
Gustav Lokotar
Leonhard Viljus
Switzerland Switzerland
Marcio Ciocco
Emil Gruenig
Otto Horber
Albert Salzmann
Karl Zimmermann

300 metre army rifle kneeling, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1911-1939.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1911 Italy Rome  Caspar Widmer (SUI)  Uylke Vuurman (NED)  Burchell R. (NED)
1912 France Bayonne Biarritz  Fritz Kuchen (SUI)  Riccardo Ticchi (ITA)  Lebet (FRA)
1913 United States Camp Perry  Toennes Bjoerkman (SWE)  John Nilsson (SWE)  Otto Christiansson (SWE)
1914 Denmark Viborg  Svend Tomsen (DEN)  Erik Gustaf Blomqvist (SWE)  Andre Barbillat (FRA)
1921 France Lyon  Camillo Isnardi (ITA)  Albert Regnier (FRA)  Carl Townsend Osburn (USA)
1922 Italy Milan  Wilhelm Schnyder (SUI)  Hans Pfeiderer (SUI)  Fritz Zulauf (SUI)
1923 United States Camp Perry  van Spreekens B. (NED)  Boa J. (CAN)  Ned Moor E. (USA)
1924 France Reims  Raymond Durand (FRA)  Walter Lienhard (SUI)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)
1925 Switzerland St. Gallen  Louis Gouery (FRA)  Pedersen P. J. (DEN)  Niels Hansen Ditlev Larsen (DEN)
1927 Italy Rome  Riccardo Ticchi (ITA)  Johannes Petrus Scheuter (NED)  Fritz Kuchen (SUI)
1928 Netherlands Loosduinen  Ernst Tellenbach (SUI)  Ugo Cantelli (ITA)  Walter Lienhard (SUI)
1929 Sweden Stockholm  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Camillo Isnardi (ITA)  Eduard Zumstein (SUI)
1930 Belgium Antwerp  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Wilhelm Schnyder (SUI)  Francois Jacques Florentin Lafortune (BEL)
1931 Poland Lvov  Wilhelm Schnyder (SUI)  Jan Wrzosek (POL)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)
1933 Spain Granada  de Las Heras E. (ESP)  Cristobal Tauler Alos (ESP)  Ballesteros (ESP)
1935 Italy Rome  Sven Oscar Lindgren (FIN)  Osmo Rantala (FIN)  Giuseppe Goivanelli (ITA)
1937 Finland Helsinki  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Emil Gruenig (SUI)  Lauri Kaarto (FIN)
1939 Switzerland Luzern  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Otto Horber (SUI)  Peeter Karu (EST)

300 metre army rifle kneeling, men team[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1937.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1937 Finland Helsinki Switzerland Switzerland
Marcio Ciocco
Emil Gruenig
Otto Horber
Albert Salzmann
Karl Zimmermann
Estonia Estonia
Karl Juergens
Villem Jaanson
Heinrich Silber
Gustav Lokotar
Leonhard Viljus
Finland Finland
Elis Ekman
Granbohm L.
Lauri Kaarto
Kullervo Leskinen
Viljo Leskinen

300 metre army rifle 3X40 shots, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1939.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1939 Switzerland Luzern  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Peeter Karu (EST)  Albert Salzmann (SUI)

300 metre army rifle 3X30 shots, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1911.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1911 Italy Rome  Louis Percy (FRA)  Maurice Marie Lecoq (FRA)  Aix Bouwens (NED)

300 metre army rifle 3X20 shots, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1912-1939.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1912 France Bayonne Biarritz  Julio Castro Del Rosario (ESP)  Fritz Kuchen (SUI)  Konrad Staeheli (SUI)
1913 United States Camp Perry  Mauritz Eriksson (SWE)  Benjamin Tealdi (ARG)  Mendez (ARG)
1914 Denmark Viborg  Aix Bouwens (NED)  Antonius Hubertus Maria Bouwens (NED)  Roberto Walfer (ITA)
1921 France Lyon  Camillo Isnardi (ITA)  Riccardo Ticchi (ITA)  Léon Johnson (FRA)
1922 Italy Milan  Emil Kellenberger (SUI)  Hans Pfeiderer (SUI)  Camillo Isnardi (ITA)
1923 United States Camp Perry  Ned Moor E. (USA)  Boa J. (CAN)  van Spreekens B. (NED)
1924 France Reims  Antonio Rico (ARG)  Walter Lienhard (SUI)  Carl Townsend Osburn (USA)
1925 Switzerland St. Gallen  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Walter Lienhard (SUI)  Wilhelm Schnyder (SUI)
1927 Italy Rome  Carlo Ernesto Panza (ITA)  Riccardo Ticchi (ITA)  Gian Galeazzo Cantoni (ITA)
1928 Netherlands Loosduinen  Walter Lienhard (SUI)  Mauritz Eriksson (SWE)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)
1929 Sweden Stockholm  Olle Ericsson I. (SWE)  Josias Hartmann (SUI)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)
1930 Belgium Antwerp  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Camillo Isnardi (ITA)  Georges Roes (FRA)
1931 Poland Lvov  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Uno Weckstroem (FIN)  Boleslaw Gosciewicz (POL)
1933 Spain Granada  Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark (SWE)  Jose de Linos (ESP)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)
1935 Italy Rome  Sven Oscar Lindgren (FIN)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Olle Ericsson I. (SWE)
1937 Finland Helsinki  Olavi Elo (FIN)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Lauri Kaarto (FIN)
1939 Switzerland Luzern  Lucien Genot (FRA)  Walter Lienhard (SUI)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)

300 metre army rifle 3X20 shots, men team[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1935-1939.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1935 Italy Rome Hungary Hungary
Zoltan Hradetzky Soos-Ruszka
Antal Simonfay
Tibor Tarits
Istvan Prepeliczay
Bertalan Zsoter
Sweden Sweden
Olle Ericsson I.
Sven Dessle
Karl August Larsson
Roennmark L.
Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark
Switzerland Switzerland
Burgdorfer E.
Gustav Eichelberger
Albert Salzmann
Beat Rhyner
Karl Zimmermann
1937 Finland Helsinki Switzerland Switzerland
Marcio Ciocco
Emil Gruenig
Otto Horber
Albert Salzmann
Karl Zimmermann
Finland Finland
Elis Ekman
Granbohm L.
Lauri Kaarto
Kullervo Leskinen
Viljo Leskinen
Estonia Estonia
Karl Juergens
Villem Jaanson
Gustav Lokotar
Heinrich Silber
Leonhard Viljus
1939 Switzerland Luzern Switzerland Switzerland
Josias Hartmann
Otto Horber
Walter Lienhard
Ernst Tellenbach
Karl Zimmermann
Finland Finland
Elomaa V.
Herranen O.
Granbohm L.
Lauri Kaarto
Tammi E.
Estonia Estonia
Peeter Karu
Karl Juergens
Vladimir Kukk
Johannes Vilberg
Leonhard Viljus

300 metre army rifle 30 fast shots, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1962.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1962 Egypt Cairo  Hans Schoenenberger (SUI)  Auguste Hollenstein (SUI)  Hans Simonet (SUI)

300 metre army rifle URS-system, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1958.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1958 Soviet Union Moscow  Ivan Novozilov (URS)  Ladislav Cerveny (TCH)  Anatoly Pehtyerev (URS)

300 metre army rifle URS-system, men team[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1958.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1958 Soviet Union Moscow Soviet Union Soviet Union
Ivan Novozilov
Alexander Orlov
Anatoly Pehtyerev
Anatoly Tilik
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
Ladislav Cerveny
Vladimir Stiborik
Jan Sivcak
Jaromir Vala
North Korea Democratic People's Republic of Korea
Ch. Hong
Kyung Ho Kim
Kim T.
Kim P.

300 metre army rifle ARG-system, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1949.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1949 Argentina Buenos Aires  Pablo Cagnasso (ARG)  Olavi Elo (FIN)  Emil Gruenig (SUI)

300 metre army rifle ARG-system, men team[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1949.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1949 Argentina Buenos Aires Sweden Sweden
Uno Hilding Berg
Sven Dessle
Isac Holger Erben
Kurt Johansson
Finland Finland
Olavi Elo
Pauli Aapeli Janhonen
Kullervo Leskinen
Mikko Johannes Nordquist
Argentina Argentina
Antonio Ando
Pablo Cagnasso
Cabrera C.
Ramon Hagen

300 metre army rifle 50 rapid fire shots, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1947.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1947 Sweden Stockholm  Otto Horber (SUI)  Karl Zimmermann (SUI)  Lennart Eriksson (SWE)

300 metre army rifle 50 rapid fire shots, men team[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1947.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1947 Sweden Stockholm Switzerland Switzerland
Emil Gruenig
Otto Horber
Ernst Tellenbach
Karl Zimmermann
Sweden Sweden
Lennart Eriksson
Follmark A.
Kallin B.
Malmberg H.
Norway Norway
Glomnes S.
Fredbo J.
Willy Roegeberg
Vik S.

100 metre and 200 metre free rifle prone 60 shots, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1931.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1931 Poland Lvov  Jerzy Podoski (POL)  Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark (SWE)  John Keith Boles (USA)

50 yards and 100 yards rifle prone 30+30 shots, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1947-1958.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1947 Sweden Stockholm  Odd Sannes (NOR)  Erland Koch (SWE)  Olavi Onni Albin Hynninen (FIN)
1949 Argentina Buenos Aires  Arthur Charles Jackson (USA)  Tore Skredegaard (NOR)  Halvar Kongsjorden (NOR)
1952 Norway Oslo  Arthur Charles Jackson (USA)  Verle Franklin Jun. Wright (USA)  Sven Dessle (SWE)
1954 Venezuela Caracas  Gilmour Stuart Boa (CAN)  Kurt Johansson (SWE)  August Westergaard (USA)
1958 Soviet Union Moscow  Mikko Johannes Nordquist (FIN)  Velitchko Velitchkov Christov (BUL)  David Parish (GBR)

50 yards and 100 yards rifle prone 30+30 shots, men team[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1947-1958.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1947 Sweden Stockholm Sweden Sweden
Sven Dessle
Hulstroem O.
Erland Koch
Oernstroem R.
Norway Norway
Mauritz Amundsen
Johan Hunaes
Willy Roegeberg
Odd Sannes
United Kingdom Great Britain
John Chandler
Victor Henry Gilbert
James Jones
Sonley C.
1949 Argentina Buenos Aires Norway Norway
Mauritz Amundsen
Johan Hunaes
Halvar Kongsjorden
Willy Roegeberg
Tore Skredegaard
United States United States of America
Arthur Edwin Cook
Arthur Charles Jackson
Robert Sandager
Emmet Oscar Swanson
August Westergaard
Switzerland Switzerland
Bachofner A.
Robert Buerchler
Clavadetscher G.
Emil Gruenig
Otto Horber
1952 Norway Oslo United States United States of America
Arthur Edwin Cook
Arthur Charles Jackson
Emmet Oscar Swanson
Verle Franklin Jun. Wright
Norway Norway
Mauritz Amundsen
Johan Hunaes
Tore Skredegaard
Odd Sannes
Germany Germany
Walter Gehmann
Erich Hotopf
Albert Sigl
Wagner J.
1954 Venezuela Caracas United States United States of America
Arthur Edwin Cook
Arthur Charles Jackson
August Westergaard
Verle Franklin Jun. Wright
Sweden Sweden
Uno Hilding Berg
Isac Holger Erben
Kurt Johansson
Wiberg A.
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Anatoli Bogdanov
Vassily Borisov
Moysey Itkis
Boris Pereberin
1958 Soviet Union Moscow Soviet Union Soviet Union
Vladimir Lukyanchuk
Marat Niyazov
Boris Pereberin
Enn Rusi
Finland Finland
Pauli Aapeli Janhonen
Mikko Johannes Nordquist
Jorma Tuomas Taitto
Vilho Ilmari Yloenen
United Kingdom Great Britain
Steffen Borries Olrik Cranmer
Fardon J.
Nigel Oakley
David Parish

50 metre free rifle prone 40 shots, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1929-1970.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1929 Sweden Stockholm  Karl August Larsson (SWE)  Einari Oksa (FIN)  Lars Klaerich (FIN)
1930 Belgium Antwerp  Sven Oscar Lindgren (FIN)  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)  Erhard Kubstrup (DEN)
1931 Poland Lvov  Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark (SWE)  Lucien Genot (FRA)  Karl August Larsson (SWE)
1933 Spain Granada  Longhurst H. S. (GBR)  Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark (SWE)  Morse F. S. (GBR)
1935 Italy Rome  Raymond Durand (FRA)  Johannes Vilberg (EST)  Jacques Louis Mazoyer (FRA)
1937 Finland Helsinki  Johan Albert Ravila (FIN)  David Carlson (USA)  Eduard Seren (EST)
1939 Switzerland Luzern  Toivo Maenttaeri (FIN)  Staks R. (LAT)  Kurt Johansson (SWE)
1947 Sweden Stockholm  Willy Roegeberg (NOR)  Jonas Jonsson (SWE)  Kurt Johansson (SWE)
1949 Argentina Buenos Aires  Arthur Edwin Cook (USA)  Toivo Maenttaeri (FIN)  Uno Hilding Berg (SWE)
1952 Norway Oslo  Arthur Charles Jackson (USA)  Uffe Schultz Larsen (DEN)  Arthur Edwin Cook (USA)
1954 Venezuela Caracas  Vassily Borisov (URS)  Anders Helge Kvissberg (SWE)  Iver Aas (NOR)
1958 Soviet Union Moscow  Nigel Oakley (GBR)  Vladimir Lukyanchuk (URS)  Gordon Taras (USA)
1970 United States Phoenix  Laszlo Dr. Hammerl (HUN)  Esa Einari Kervinen (FIN)  Klaus Zaehringer (FRG)

50 metre free rifle prone 40 shots, men team[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1929-1958.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1929 Sweden Stockholm Finland Finland
Aro V.
Lars Klaerich
Sven Oscar Lindgren
Einari Oksa
Johan Albert Ravila
Sweden Sweden
Olle Ericsson I.
Karl August Larsson
Larsson N.
Esbjoern Svensson
Ivar Wester K.
United States United States of America
Blakley J.
Harry Renshaw
Thomas Sharpe J.
Russell Seitzinger
Woods P.
1930 Belgium Antwerp Denmark Denmark
Erhard Kubstrup
Soerensen K.
Bjoern A.
Pedersen P. J.
Anders Peter Nielsen
Finland Finland
Kullervo Leskinen
Sven Oscar Lindgren
Einari Oksa
Niilo Talvenheimo
Toivonen E.
United States United States of America
William Bruce
Morris Fisher
Harry Renshaw
Russell Seitzinger
Emmet Oscar Swanson
1931 Poland Lvov Sweden Sweden
Erland Koch
Karl August Larsson
Olle Ericsson I.
Eriksson T.
Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark
Norway Norway
Mauritz Amundsen
Glomnes S.
Johannes Groenli
Willy Roegeberg
Larsen T
Finland Finland
Kullervo Leskinen
Sven Oscar Lindgren
Einari Oksa
Johan Albert Ravila
Uno Weckstroem
1933 Spain Granada Sweden Sweden
Gustaf Emil Andersson
Olle Ericsson I.
Karl August Larsson
Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark
Ivar Wester K.
Finland Finland
Kullervo Leskinen
Viljo Leskinen
Viktor Miinalainen
Einari Oksa
Osmo Rantala
United Kingdom Great Britain
French
Foster
Langdon G.
Longhurst H. S.
Morse F. S.
1935 Italy Rome Estonia Estonia
Villem Jaanson
Eduard Seren
Gustav Lokotar
Endel Rikand
Johannes Vilberg
Sweden Sweden
Olle Ericsson I.
Eriksson T.
Erland Koch
Karl August Larsson
Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark
France France
Bouchez M.
Raymond Durand
Marcel Fitoussi
Lucien Genot
Jacques Louis Mazoyer
1937 Finland Helsinki United States United States of America
Adams J.
David Carlson
Schweitzer W.
William Woodring
Catherine Woodring
Finland Finland
Halonen S.
Lausamo T.
Viljo Leskinen
Toivo Maenttaeri
Johan Albert Ravila
Estonia Estonia
Villem Jaanson
Elmar Kivistik
Ernst Rull
Gustav Lokotar
Eduard Seren
1939 Switzerland Luzern Estonia Estonia
Elmar Kivistik
Villem Jaanson
Harald Kivioja
August Liivik
Ernst Rull
Sweden Sweden
Foennmark B.
Olle Ericsson I.
Jonas Jonsson
Kurt Johansson
Erland Koch
Germany Germany
Walter Gehmann
Albert Sigl
Erich Spoerer
Sturm R.
Karl Steigelmann
1947 Sweden Stockholm Sweden Sweden
Uno Hilding Berg
Isac Holger Erben
Jonas Jonsson
Kurt Johansson
Erland Koch
Finland Finland
Olavi Elo
Pauli Aapeli Janhonen
Olavi Onni Albin Hynninen
Toivo Maenttaeri
Osmo Rantala
Norway Norway
Johan Hunaes
Halvar Kongsjorden
Willy Roegeberg
Odd Sannes
Tore Skredegaard
1952 Norway Oslo Switzerland Switzerland
Robert Buerchler
Emil Gruenig
Otto Horber
Ernst Huber
Schmid E.
Norway Norway
Mauritz Amundsen
Johan Hunaes
Halvar Kongsjorden
Odd Sannes
Tore Skredegaard
United States United States of America
Arthur Edwin Cook
Arthur Charles Jackson
Emmet Oscar Swanson
August Westergaard
Verle Franklin Jun. Wright
1954 Venezuela Caracas Sweden Sweden
Uno Hilding Berg
Isac Holger Erben
Kurt Johansson
Anders Helge Kvissberg
Nils Johan Sundberg
Norway Norway
Mauritz Amundsen
Anker Hagen
Erling Asbjoern Kongshaug
Tore Skredegaard
Thorsrud A.
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Anatoli Bogdanov
Vassily Borisov
Moysey Itkis
Grigori Kupko
Boris Pereberin
1958 Soviet Union Moscow United Kingdom Great Britain
Steffen Borries Olrik Cranmer
Fardon J.
Nigel Oakley
David Parish
Powell J.
Romania Romania
Dumitrescu N.
Iosif Sîrbu
Petre Sandor
Vidrascu D.
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Vassily Borisov
Moysey Itkis
Vladimir Lukyanchuk
Marat Niyazov
Victor Shamburkin

50 metre free rifle standing 40 shots, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1929-1990.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1929 Sweden Stockholm  Olle Ericsson I. (SWE)  Pedersen P. J. (DEN)  Einari Oksa (FIN)
1930 Belgium Antwerp  Pedersen P. J. (DEN)  Erhard Kubstrup (DEN)  Harry Renshaw (USA)
1931 Poland Lvov  Mauritz Amundsen (NOR)  Einari Oksa (FIN)  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)
1933 Spain Granada  Charles Coquelin de Lisle (FRA)  Marcel Fitoussi (FRA)  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)
1935 Italy Rome  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)  Willy Roegeberg (NOR)  Olle Ericsson I. (SWE)
1937 Finland Helsinki  Jacques Louis Mazoyer (FRA)  Viljo Leskinen (FIN)  August Liivik (EST)
1939 Switzerland Luzern  Karl Steigelmann (GER)  Endel Rikand (EST)  August Liivik (EST)
1947 Sweden Stockholm  Isac Holger Erben (SWE)  Mauritz Amundsen (NOR)  Erling Asbjoern Kongshaug (NOR)
1949 Argentina Buenos Aires  Pauli Aapeli Janhonen (FIN)  Erling Asbjoern Kongshaug (NOR)  Isac Holger Erben (SWE)
1952 Norway Oslo  Erling Asbjoern Kongshaug (NOR)  Max Lenz (SUI)  Auguste Hollenstein (SUI)
1954 Venezuela Caracas  Anatoli Bogdanov (URS)  Vassily Borisov (URS)  Nils Johan Sundberg (SWE)
1958 Soviet Union Moscow  Moysey Itkis (URS)  Victor Shamburkin (URS)  Verle Franklin Jun. Wright (USA)
1962 Egypt Cairo  Gary Anderson (USA)  Erwin Vogt (SUI)  Tommy Pool (USA)
1966 West Germany Wiesbaden  Gary Anderson (USA)  Werner Lippoldt (GDR)  Hartmut Sommer (GDR)
1970 United States Phoenix  Vitali Parkhimovitch (URS)  Petr Kovarik (TCH)  John Writer (USA)
1974 Switzerland Thun  Lones Wigger (USA)  Gerhard Krimbacher (AUT)  Lanny Bassham (USA)
1978 South Korea Seoul  Esbjoern Svensson (SWE)  Jang Woon Seo (KOR)  Lanny Bassham (USA)
1982 Venezuela Caracas  Kirill Ivanov (URS)  Harald Stenvaag (NOR)  Rod Fitz-Randolph (USA)
1986 East Germany Suhl  Peter Heinz (FRG)  Milan Bakes (TCH)  Harald Stenvaag (NOR)
1990 Soviet Union Moscow  Eun Chul Lee (KOR)  Enrique Claverol (ESP)  Robert Foth (USA)

50 metre free rifle standing 40 shots, men team[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1929-1990.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1929 Sweden Stockholm Switzerland Switzerland
Josias Hartmann
Walter Lienhard
Fritz Kuchen
Jakob Reich
Karl Zimmermann
Denmark Denmark
Paul Gerlow
Moeller P.
Christen Moeller
Anders Peter Nielsen
Pedersen P. J.
Norway Norway
1930 Belgium Antwerp United States United States of America
William Bruce
Thomas Sharpe J.
Frank Parsons
Harry Renshaw
Russell Seitzinger
Belgium Belgium
Paul van Asbroeck
Gheyssens M.
Marcel Jean Josse Lafortune
Francois Jacques Florentin Lafortune
Sylva P.
Denmark Denmark
Erhard Kubstrup
Anders Peter Nielsen
Christen Moeller
Pedersen P. J.
Soerensen K.
1931 Poland Lvov Finland Finland
Einari Oksa
Sven Oscar Lindgren
Kullervo Leskinen
Niilo Talvenheimo
Viljo Leskinen
Denmark Denmark
Erhard Kubstrup
Krolykke G.
Niels Hansen Ditlev Larsen
Pedersen P. J.
Soerensen K.
Sweden Sweden
Gustaf Emil Andersson
Bostroem B.
Eriksson T.
Olle Ericsson I.
Schullstroem
1933 Spain Granada Finland Finland
Kullervo Leskinen
Viljo Leskinen
Viktor Miinalainen
Einari Oksa
Osmo Rantala
France France
Charles Coquelin de Lisle
Marcel Fitoussi
Gleton
Lucien Genot
Leveugle
Sweden Sweden
Gustaf Emil Andersson
Olle Ericsson I.
Eriksson T.
Nils Persson
Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark
1935 Italy Rome Finland Finland
Kullervo Leskinen
Toivo Maenttaeri
Einari Oksa
Osmo Rantala
Vasenius N.
France France
Marcel Bonin
Bouchez M.
Marcel Fitoussi
Mechet R.
Jacques Louis Mazoyer
Sweden Sweden
Sven Dessle
Olle Ericsson I.
Eriksson T.
Erland Koch
Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark
1937 Finland Helsinki Estonia Estonia
Elmar Kivistik
August Liivik
Ernst Rull
Vladimir Kukk
Gustav Lokotar
Switzerland Switzerland
Emil Gruenig
Otto Horber
Jakob Reich
Albert Salzmann
Karl Zimmermann
Finland Finland
Olavi Elo
Toivo Maenttaeri
Viljo Leskinen
Kullervo Leskinen
Vasenius N.
1939 Switzerland Luzern Finland Finland
Olavi Elo
Bruno Engelbrecht Frietsch
Pauli Aapeli Janhonen
Toivo Maenttaeri
Vasenius N.
Germany Germany
Jakob Brod
Albert Sigl
Erich Spoerer
Sturm R.
Karl Steigelmann
Switzerland Switzerland
Emil Gruenig
Otto Horber
Jakob Reich
Albert Salzmann
Karl Zimmermann
1947 Sweden Stockholm Norway Norway
Mauritz Amundsen
Halvar Kongsjorden
Erling Asbjoern Kongshaug
Willy Roegeberg
Tore Skredegaard
Sweden Sweden
Sven Dessle
Isac Holger Erben
Kurt Johansson
Jonas Jonsson
Naumburg N.
Finland Finland
Olavi Elo
Bruno Engelbrecht Frietsch
Olavi Onni Albin Hynninen
Pauli Aapeli Janhonen
Toivo Maenttaeri
1952 Norway Oslo Switzerland Switzerland
Robert Buerchler
Ernst Huber
Auguste Hollenstein
Max Lenz
Schmid E.
Finland Finland
Pauli Aapeli Janhonen
Kullervo Leskinen
Mikko Johannes Nordquist
Jorma Tuomas Taitto
Vilho Ilmari Yloenen
Sweden Sweden
Uno Hilding Berg
Isac Holger Erben
Walther Sigfrid Frostell
Kurt Johansson
Anders Helge Kvissberg
1954 Venezuela Caracas Soviet Union Soviet Union
Anatoli Bogdanov
Vassily Borisov
Moysey Itkis
Gennadi Luzin
Boris Pereberin
Norway Norway
Mauritz Amundsen
Iver Aas
Anker Hagen
Erling Asbjoern Kongshaug
Tore Skredegaard
Switzerland Switzerland
Robert Buerchler
Ernst Huber
Lenz E.
Ramseier E.
Schmid E.
1958 Soviet Union Moscow Soviet Union Soviet Union
Vassily Borisov
Moysey Itkis
Yuri Kudryashov
Marat Niyazov
Victor Shamburkin
Hungary Hungary
Ambrus Balogh
Imre Agoston
Janos Dosztaly
Janos Holup
Sandor Krebs
Finland Finland
Pauli Aapeli Janhonen
Esa Einari Kervinen
Mikko Johannes Nordquist
Jorma Tuomas Taitto
Vilho Ilmari Yloenen
1962 Egypt Cairo United States United States of America
Gary Anderson
Tommy Pool
Daniel Bruce Puckel
Verle Franklin Jun. Wright
Switzerland Switzerland
Auguste Hollenstein
Kurt Mueller
Hans Schoenenberger
Erwin Vogt
East Germany German Democratic Republic
Herbert Golla
Werner Heyn
Manfred Kosert
Joachim Lehnert H.
1966 West Germany Wiesbaden East Germany German Democratic Republic
Werner Lippoldt
Guenter Lange
Dieter Munzert
Hartmut Sommer
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Alexander Gerasimenok
Vladimir Konyakhin
Valentin Kornev
Marat Niyazov
United States United States of America
Gary Anderson
Tommy Pool
Margaret ThompsonSymbol venus.svg
Lones Wigger
1970 United States Phoenix United States United States of America
David Boyd
John Robert Foster
John Writer
Lones Wigger
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Vladimir Agishev
Oleg Lapkin
Vitali Parkhimovitch
Sergei Yermilov
East Germany German Democratic Republic
Werner Lippoldt
Dieter Munzert
Hartmut Sommer
Uto Wunderlich
1974 Switzerland Thun United States United States of America
Lanny Bassham
Margaret MurdockSymbol venus.svg
Lones Wigger
John Writer
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Anatoli Bulgakov
Gennadi Lushikov
Alexander Mitrofanov
Vitali Parkhimovitch
Hungary Hungary
Laszlo Dr. Hammerl
Sandor Nagy
Lajos Papp
Ferenc Petrovacz
1978 South Korea Seoul United States United States of America
Lanny Bassham
Rod Fitz-Randolph
Edward Etzel
Lones Wigger
West Germany Federal Republic of Germany
Gottfried Kustermann
Ulrich Lind
Werner Seibold
Karlheinz Smieszek
Sweden Sweden
Sven Johansson
Carl-Erik Oeberg
Esbjoern Svensson
Stefan Thynell
1982 Venezuela Caracas Soviet Union Soviet Union
Kirill Ivanov
Vladimir Lvov
Alexander Mitrofanov
Viktor Vlasov
Norway Norway
Arnt-Olav Haugland
Terje Melbye-Hansen
Harald Stenvaag
Geir Skirbekk
United Kingdom Great Britain
Alister Allan
Malcolm Cooper
Barry Dagger
John Davis
1986 East Germany Suhl Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
Milan Bakes
Petr Kurka
Pavel Soukenik
France France
Jean-Pierre Amat
Pascal Bessy
Michel Bury
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Kirill Ivanov
Hrachya Petikyan
Viktor Vlasov
1990 Soviet Union Moscow Soviet Union Soviet Union
Viatcheslav Botchkarev
Kirill Ivanov
Hrachya Petikyan
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
Milan Bakes
Petr Kurka
Miroslav Varga
France France
Jean-Pierre Amat
Pascal Bessy
Michel Bury

50 metre free rifle kneeling 40 shots, men[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1930-1990.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1930 Belgium Antwerp  Emmet Oscar Swanson (USA)  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)  Einari Oksa (FIN)
1931 Poland Lvov  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)  Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark (SWE)  Johannes Groenli (NOR)
1933 Spain Granada  Osmo Rantala (FIN)  Kullervo Leskinen (FIN)  Charles Coquelin de Lisle (FRA)
1935 Italy Rome  Gustav Lokotar (EST)  Ernst Rull (EST)  Willy Roegeberg (NOR)
1937 Finland Helsinki  Harald Kivioja (EST)  Jacques Louis Mazoyer (FRA)  Ernst Tellenbach (SUI)
1939 Switzerland Luzern  Laszlo Buday (HUN)  Bertil Vilhelm Roennmark (SWE)  Kurt Johansson (SWE)
1947 Sweden Stockholm  Johan Hunaes (NOR)  Otto Horber (SUI)  Tore Skredegaard (NOR)
1949 Argentina Buenos Aires  Robert Buerchler (SUI)  Werner Jakober (SUI)  Olavi Elo (FIN)
1952 Norway Oslo  Sven Halinoja (FIN)  Johan Hunaes (NOR)  Emmet Oscar Swanson (USA)
1954 Venezuela Caracas  Anatoli Bogdanov (URS)  Vassily Borisov (URS)  Moysey Itkis (URS)
1958 Soviet Union Moscow  Vilho Ilmari Yloenen (FIN)  Marat Niyazov (URS)  Francois Jacques Florentin Lafortune (BEL)
1962 Egypt Cairo  Karl Wenk (FRG)  Marat Niyazov (URS)  Ole Christian Hviid Jensen (DEN)
1966 West Germany Wiesbaden  Vladimir Konyakhin (URS)  Marat Niyazov (URS)  Michiel Victor (RSA)
1970 United States Phoenix  Erich Burgin (SUI)  Wolfram Sen. Waibel (AUT)  Sven Johansson (SWE)
1974 Switzerland Thun  Vitali Parkhimovitch (URS)  Jaakko Minkkinen (FIN)  John Writer (USA)
1978 South Korea Seoul  John Churchill (GBR)  Charles Jermann (SUI)  Barry Dagger (GBR)
1982 Venezuela Caracas  Peter Heinz (FRG)  Vladimir Lvov (URS)  Alexander Mitrofanov (URS)
1986 East Germany Suhl  Pavel Soukenik (TCH)  Juha Hirvi (FIN)  Stefan Loevbom (SWE)
1990 Soviet Union Moscow  Hubert Bichler (FRG)  Viatcheslav Botchkarev (URS)  Hrachya Petikyan (URS)

50 metre free rifle kneeling 40 shots, men team[edit]

This event was held at World Championships in 1930-1990.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1930 Belgium Antwerp United States United States of America
William Bruce
Frank Parsons
Harry Renshaw
Russell Seitzinger
Emmet Oscar Swanson
Finland Finland
Lars Klaerich
Kullervo Leskinen
Sven Oscar Lindgren
Einari Oksa
Niilo Talvenheimo
Denmark Denmark