Shooting at the 1912 Summer Olympics

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At the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm, 18 events in shooting were contested.

Shooting

Medal summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
25 m rapid fire pistol
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 Alfred Lane (USA)  Paul Palén (SWE)  Johan Hübner von Holst (SWE)
50 m free pistol, individual
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 Alfred Lane (USA)  Peter Dolfen (USA)  Charles Stewart (GBR)
50 m free pistol, team
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 United States (USA)
John Dietz
Peter Dolfen
Alfred Lane
Henry Sears
 Sweden (SWE)
Erik Boström
Eric Carlberg
Vilhelm Carlberg
Georg de Laval
 Great Britain (GBR)
Hugh Durant
Albert Kempster
Horatio Poulter
Charles Stewart
50 m rifle, prone
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 Frederick Hird
United States (USA)
 William Milne
Great Britain (GBR)
 Harold Burt
Great Britain (GBR)
Team free rifle
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 Sweden (SWE)
Carl Björkman
Erik Blomqvist
Mauritz Eriksson
Hugo Johansson
Gustaf Adolf Jonsson
Bernhard Larsson
 Norway (NOR)
Albert Helgerud
Einar Liberg
Østen Østensen
Olaf Sæther
Ole Sæther
Gudbrand Skatteboe
 Denmark (DEN)
Niels Andersen
Jens Hajslund
Laurits Larsen
Niels Larsen
Lars Jørgen Madsen
Hugo Johansson
30 m military pistol, team
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 Sweden (SWE)
Eric Carlberg
Vilhelm Carlberg
Johan Hübner von Holst
Paul Palén
 Russia (RUS)
Amos Kash
Nikolai Melnitsky
Grigori Panteleimonov
Pavel Voyloshnikov
 Great Britain (GBR)
Hugh Durant
Albert Kempster
Horatio Poulter
Charles Stewart
300 m free rifle, three positions
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 Paul Colas
France (FRA)
 Lars Jørgen Madsen
Denmark (DEN)
 Niels Larsen
Denmark (DEN)
600 m free rifle
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 Paul Colas
France (FRA)
 Carl Osburn
United States (USA)
 John Jackson
United States (USA)
300 m military rifle, three positions
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 Sándor Prokopp
Hungary (HUN)
 Carl Osburn
United States (USA)
 Engebret Skogen
Norway (NOR)
Team military rifle
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 United States (USA)
Harry Adams
Allan Briggs
Cornelius Burdette
John Jackson
Carl Osburn
Warren Sprout
 Great Britain (GBR)
Henry Burr
Arthur Fulton
Harcourt Ommundsen
Edward Parnell
James Reid
Edward Skilton
 Sweden (SWE)
Carl Björkman
Tönnes Björkman
Mauritz Eriksson
Werner Jernström
Ole Olsen
Bernhard Larsson
25 m small-bore rifle
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 Vilhelm Carlberg
Sweden (SWE)
 Johan Hübner von Holst
Sweden (SWE)
 Gideon Ericsson
Sweden (SWE)
25 m team small-bore rifle
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 Sweden (SWE)
Gustaf Boivie
Eric Carlberg
Vilhelm Carlberg
Johan Hübner von Holst
 Great Britain (GBR)
William Milne
Joseph Pepé
William Pimm
William Styles
 United States (USA)
Frederick Hird
William Leushner
William McDonnell
Warren Sprout
50 m team small-bore rifle
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 Great Britain (GBR)
Edward Lessimore
Robert Murray
Joseph Pepé
William Pimm
 Sweden (SWE)
Eric Carlberg
Vilhelm Carlberg
Arthur Nordenswan
Ruben Örtegren
 United States (USA)
Frederick Hird
William Leushner
Carl Osburn
Warren Sprout
100 m running deer, single shots
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 Alfred Swahn
Sweden (SWE)
 Åke Lundeberg
Sweden (SWE)
 Nestori Toivonen
Finland (FIN)
100 m running deer, double shots
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 Åke Lundeberg
Sweden (SWE)
 Edward Benedicks
Sweden (SWE)
 Oscar Swahn
Sweden (SWE)
100 m team running deer, single shots
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 Sweden (SWE)
Per-Olof Arvidsson
Åke Lundeberg
Alfred Swahn
Oscar Swahn
 United States (USA)
William Leushner
William Libbey
William McDonnell
Walter Winans
 Finland (FIN)
Axel Londen
Ernst Rosenqvist
Nestori Toivonen
Iivar Väänänen
Trap
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 James Graham
United States (USA)
 Alfred Goeldel
Germany (GER)
 Harry Blau
Russia (RUS)
Trap, team
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 United States (USA)
Charles Billings
Edward Gleason
James Graham
Frank Hall
John H. Hendrickson
Ralph Spotts
 Great Britain (GBR)
John Butt
William Grosvenor
Harold Humby
Alexander Maunder
Charles Palmer
George Whitaker
 Germany (GER)
Alfred Goeldel
Horst Goeldel
Erland Koch
Albert Preuß
Erich Graf von Bernstorff
Franz von Zedlitz und Leipe

Participating nations[edit]

A total of 283 sport shooters from 16 nations competed at the Stockholm Games:

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Sweden (SWE) 7 6 4 17
2  United States (USA) 7 4 3 14
3  France (FRA) 2 0 0 2
4  Great Britain (GBR) 1 4 4 9
5  Hungary (HUN) 1 0 0 1
6  Denmark (DEN) 0 1 2 3
7  Germany (GER) 0 1 1 2
 Norway (NOR) 0 1 1 2
 Russia (RUS) 0 1 1 2
10  Finland (FIN) 0 0 2 2

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