Shooting at the 1924 Summer Olympics – Men's team clay pigeons

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Men's team clay pigeons
at the Games of the VIII Olympiad
Venue Issy-les-Moulineaux
Dates July 6–7
Competitors 69 from 12 nations
Medalists
Gold medal 
Silver medal 
Bronze medal 
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Shooting at the
1924 Summer Olympics
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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 team clay pigeons was a shooting sports event held as part of the Shooting at the 1924 Summer Olympics programme. It was the fourth appearance of the event. The competition was held on July 6, 1924 and on July 7, 1924 at the shooting ranges at Issy-les-Moulineaux. 69 shooters from 12 nations competed.

Note: The International Olympic Committee medal database shows all six team members as medalists. The shooters in italics were the weakest of their teams and their scores did not count for the team score.

Results[edit]

A maximum of six competitors per nation were allowed. The scores of the best four shooters on each team were summed to give a team score.

Place Shooter Total
Score Rank
1
 United States (USA) 363
Frank Hughes 92 3
Samuel Sharman 92 3
William Silkworth 90 12
Frederick Etchen 89 14
John Noel 87 20
Clarence Platt 74 59
2
 Canada (CAN) 360
George Beattie 92 3
Robert Montgomery 92 3
Samuel Vance 14 7
John Black 87 20
William Barnes 85 26
Samuel Newton 73 62
3
 Finland (FIN) 360
Konrad Huber 94 1
Robert Huber 92 3
Werner Ekman 91 9
Toivo Tikkanen 83 34
Georg Nordblad 80 43
Karl Magnus Wegelius 79 46
4
 Belgium (BEL) 354
Louis D'Heur 91 9
Albert Bosquet 91 9
Émile Dupont 86 22
Jacques Mouton 86 22
Louis Van Tilt 86 22
Henri Quersin 78 48
5
 Sweden (SWE) 354
Erik Lundquist 92 3
Fredric Landelius 90 12
Alfred Swahn 88 19
Magnus Hallman 84 30
Karl Richter 84 30
Axel Ekblom 81 39
6
 Austria (AUT) 347
Heinrich Bartosch 93 2
August Baumgartner 89 14
Hans Schödl 84 30
Erich Zoigner 81 39
Fritz Hollitzer 78 48
Friedrich Dietz-Weidenberg 77 51
7
 Norway (NOR) 336
Ole Lilloe-Olsen 89 14
Oluf Wesmann-Kjær 85 26
Eivind Holmsen 82 37
Martin Stenersen 80 43
Harald Natvig 61 68
8
 Great Britain (GBR) 328
John O'Leary 85 26
Enoch Jenkins 82 37
Herbert Larsen 81 39
Cyril Mackworth-Praed 80 43
G. R. Neal 77 51
William Grosenor 74 59
9
 Italy (ITA) 324
Giacomo Rossi 89 14
Giacomo Serra 85 26
Federico Ceserano 75 55
Salvatore Lucchesi 75 55
Nicola Rebisso 74 59
Giuseppe Bellotto 73 62
10
 Hungary (HUN) 321
Sándor Lumniczer 86 22
László Szomjas 84 30
Gyula Halasy 78 48
Gusztáv Szomjas 73 62
11
 France (FRA) 320
Léon Deloy 83 34
Jean de Beaumont 81 39
Marcel de Lambertye 79 46
Louis de Bourbon-Busset 77 51
Georges de Baudus 72 65
René Texier 40 69
12
 Czechoslovakia (TCH) 309
Kurt Riedl 83 34
Bruno Frank 76 54
Antonín Jílek 75 55
Antonín Siegl 75 55
Richard Klier 71 66
Ravel Mach 66 67

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