Shooting at the 1924 Summer Olympics – Men's 50 metre rifle, prone

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Men's 50 metre rifle, prone
at the Games of the VIII Olympiad
Venue Le Stade Olympique Reims
Date June 23
Competitors 66 from 19 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    France
Silver medal    United States
Bronze medal    Switzerland
«1912 1932»
Shooting at the
1924 Summer Olympics
Shooting pictogram.svg
25 m rapid fire pistol men
50 m rifle, prone men
600 m free rifle men
Team free rifle men
100 m running deer, single shots men
Team 100 m running deer, single shots men
100 m running deer, double shots men
Team 100 m running deer, double shots men
Trap men
Team clay pigeons men

The men's 50 metre rifle, prone was a shooting sports event held as part of the Shooting at the 1924 Summer Olympics programme. It was the third appearance of the event. The competition was held on June 23, 1924 at the shooting ranges at Reims. 66 shooters from 19 nations competed.

Records[edit]

These were the standing world and Olympic records prior to the 1924 Summer Olympics.

World Record - none - -
Olympic Record 391 United States Lawrence Nuesslein Antwerp (BEL) August 2, 1920

There was no official world record registered.

Pierre Coquelin de Lisle set a new Olympic record with 398 rings.

Results[edit]

A maximum of four competitors per nation were allowed.

Place Shooter Total
1  Pierre Coquelin de Lisle (FRA) 398
2  Marcus Dinwiddie (USA) 396
3  Josias Hartmann (SUI) 394
4  Erik Sætter-Lassen (DEN) 393
 Johannes Theslöf (FIN) 393
 Anders Peter Nielsen (DEN) 393
7  Jakob Reich (SUI) 392
 Viktor Knutsson (SWE) 392
9  Paul Van Asbroeck (BEL) 391
10  Walter Stokes (USA) 390
 Walter Lienhard (SUI) 390
12  Juan Martino (ARG) 389
 Abelardo Rico (ARG) 389
 Arne Nielsen (DEN) 389
 John Boles (USA) 389
 John Grier (USA) 389
 Leon Lagerlöf (SWE) 389
18  Willy Røgeberg (NOR) 388
 Voitto Kolho (FIN) 388
20  Émile Rumeau (FRA) 387
 Elemér Takács (HUN) 387
 Heikki Huttunen (FIN) 387
 António da Silva (POR) 387
24  Lars Jørgen Madsen (DEN) 386
 Mauritz Eriksson (SWE) 386
26  Arthur Balbaert (BEL) 385
 Olaf Sletten (NOR) 385
 August Onsrud (NOR) 385
 Olle Ericsson (SWE) 385
30  Conrad Adriaenssens (BEL) 384
31  Charles Delbarre (BEL) 383
 Georges Bordier (FRA) 383
 Victor Bonafède (MON) 383
34  Jorge del Mazo (ARG) 382
 Antonio Daneri (ARG) 382
36  Herman Schultz (MON) 381
 Robert Jelen (TCH) 381
38  Antti Valkama (FIN) 380
 José Macedo (BRA) 380
40  Camillo Isnardi (ITA) 377
41  Ioannis Theofilakis (GRE) 376
 Carlo Panza (ITA) 376
 Willy Schnyder (SUI) 376
 Josef Sucharda (TCH) 376
45  Roger Abel (MON) 375
 Olaf Johannessen (NOR) 375
47  Rezső Velez (HUN) 372
 Antonín Byczanski (TCH) 372
49  David Lewis (GBR) 371
 Francisco dos Santos (POR) 371
51  Ricardo Ticchi (ITA) 370
52  William Artis (GBR) 369
 Simion Vartolomeu (ROU) 369
 Emil Werner (TCH) 369
55  Frederick Bracegirdle (GBR) 367
 José Maria Soares (POR) 367
57  John Clift (GBR) 365
58  Georgios Moraitinis (GRE) 364
59  Joseph Chiaubaut (MON) 361
60  Alexandros Theofilakis (GRE) 358
61  Giuseppe Laveni (ITA) 357
62  Francisco Real (POR) 355
 Vasile Ghiţescu (ROU) 355
64  Manuel Solis (MEX) 353
65  Constantin Ţenescu (ROU) 326
66  Alexandru Vatamanu (ROU) 321

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