Shooting at the 1912 Summer Olympics – Men's 100 metre running deer, single shots

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100 metre running deer, single shots
at the Games of the V Olympiad
Venue Råsunda
Dates June 28–July 1
Competitors 34 from 7 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    Sweden
Silver medal    Sweden
Bronze medal    Finland
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Shooting at the
1912 Summer Olympics
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50 m rifle, prone men
Team rifle men
300 m free rifle, 3 positions men
600 m free rifle men
Team free rifle men
300 m military rifle, 3 positions men
25 m small-bore rifle men
25 m team small-bore rifle men
50 m team small-bore rifle men
100 m deer, single shots men
100 m deer, double shots men
100 m team deer, single shots men
50 m pistol men
30 m team military pistol men
50 m team military pistol men
25 m rapid fire pistol men
Trap men
Team clay pigeons men

The men's 100 metre deer, single shots was a shooting sports event held as part of the shooting at the 1912 Summer Olympics programme. It was the second appearance of the event, which had been introduced in 1908. The competition was held from Friday, June 28, 1912 to Monday, July 1, 1912.

Thirty-four sport shooters from seven nations competed.

Results[edit]

Place Shooter Score Shoot-off
1  Alfred Swahn (SWE) 41 20
2  Åke Lundeberg (SWE) 41 17
3  Nestori Toivonen (FIN) 41 11
4  Karl Larsson (SWE) 39
 Oscar Swahn (SWE) 39
 Anders Lindskog (SWE) 39
7  Heinrich Elbogen (AUT) 38
8  Adolph Cederström (SWE) 37
 William Leushner (USA) 37
10  Adolf Michel (AUT) 36
11  Johan Ekman (SWE) 34
 Erik Sökjer-Petersén (SWE) 34
13  Erland Koch (GER) 33
14  Ernst Rosenqvist (FIN) 32
15  Gustaf Lyman (SWE) 31
 Vasily Skrotsky (RUS) 31
 Peter Paternelli (AUT) 31
 Axel Londen (FIN) 31
 Nikolaos Levidis (GRE) 31
20  Harry Blau (RUS) 29
21  Huvi Tuiskunen (FIN) 28
 Iivar Väänänen (FIN) 28
 Albert Preuß (GER) 28
24  Horst Goeldel (GER) 27
 Emil Lindewald (SWE) 27
26  Per-Olof Arvidsson (SWE) 26
 Karl Reilin (FIN) 26
 Edward Benedicks (SWE) 26
29  Walter Winans (USA) 24
 Ioannis Theofilakis (GRE) 24
31  Dmitri Barkov (RUS) 23
 Eberhard Steinböck (AUT) 23
33  Aleksandr Dobryansky (RUS) 22
34  Pavel Lieth (RUS) 10

References[edit]

  • sports-reference.com
  • Bergvall, Erik (ed.) (1913). Adams-Ray, Edward (trans.)., ed. The Official Report of the Olympic Games of Stockholm 1912. Stockholm: Wahlström & Widstrand. 
  • Wudarski, Pawel (1999). "Wyniki Igrzysk Olimpijskich". Retrieved 26 January 2007.  (Polish)