1947 ISSF World Shooting Championships

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The 33rd UIT World Shooting Championships was the contemporary name of the ISSF World Shooting Championships held in Stockholm, Sweden in the summer of 1947. It was the first championship after World War II.

Medal count[edit]

Rank Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Sweden 12 12 9 33
2   Switzerland 5 4 4 13
3  Norway 5 3 4 12
4  Argentina 3 1 1 5
5  Finland 2 6 6 14
6  Italy 1 0 0 1
7  Egypt 0 1 1 2
 Greece 0 1 1 2
9  Great Britain 0 0 2 2
10  United States 0 0 1 1

Rifle events[edit]

Individual Team
300 m Rifle Three positions
Gold  Pauli Aapeli Janhonen (FIN) 1116 Gold   Switzerland 5500
Silver  Robert Buerchler (SUI) 1116 Silver  Finland 5489
Bronze  Otto Horber (SUI) 1111 Bronze  Sweden 5463
300 m Rifle Prone position
Gold  Robert Buerchler (SUI) 392 No team competition
Silver  Kurt Johansson (SWE) 388
Bronze  Otto Horber (SUI) 388
300 m Rifle Kneeling position
Gold  Walther Fröstell (SWE) 375 No team competition
Silver  Kurt Johansson (SWE) 375
Bronze  Pauli Aapeli Janhonen (FIN) 374
300 m Rifle Standing position
Gold  Pablo Cagnasso (ARG) 363 No team competition
Silver  Olavi Elo (FIN) 357
Bronze  Pauli Aapeli Janhonen (FIN) 356
300 m Standard Rifle
Gold  Kurt Johansson (SWE) 527 Gold  Sweden 2580
Silver  Walther Fröstell (SWE) 527 Silver   Switzerland 2576
Bronze  Otto Horber (SUI) 524 Bronze  Argentina 2520
300 m Army Rifle Fast shooting
Gold  Otto Horber (SUI) 216 Gold   Switzerland 845
Silver  Karl Zimmermann (SUI) 215 Silver  Sweden 816
Bronze  Lennart Eriksson (SWE) 215 Bronze  Norway 797
50 and 100 m Rifle Prone position
Gold  Odd Sannes (NOR) 592 Gold  Sweden 2346
Silver  Erland Koch (SWE) 591 Silver  Norway 2345
Bronze  Onni Hynninen (FIN) 590 Bronze  Great Britain 2333
50 m Rifle Prone position
Gold  Willy Røgeberg (NOR) 399 Gold  Sweden 1981
Silver  Jonas Jonsson (SWE) 398 Silver  Finland 1974
Bronze  Kurt Johansson (SWE) 398 Bronze  Norway 1966
50 m Rifle Kneeling position
Gold  Johan Hunæs (NOR) 388 Gold   Switzerland 1920
Silver  Otto Horber (SUI) 388 Silver  Norway 1918
Bronze  Tore Skredegaard (NOR) 387 Bronze  Sweden 1909
50 m Rifle Standing position
Gold  Holger Erben (SWE) 377 Gold  Norway 1847
Silver  Mauritz Amundsen (NOR) 373 Silver  Sweden 1838
Bronze  Erling Asbjørn Kongshaug (NOR) 371 Bronze  Finland 1833

Pistol events[edit]

Individual Team
50 m Pistol
Gold  Torsten Ullman (SWE) 545 Gold  Argentina 2666
Silver  Oscar Bidegain (ARG) 539 Silver  Sweden 2653
Bronze  Karl Axel Wallen (SWE) 536 Bronze   Switzerland 2631
25 m Rapid Fire Pistol
Gold  Carlos Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente (ARG) 60 hits (570 points) Gold  Italy 239 hits
Silver  Constantin Mylonas (GRE) 60 hits (558 points) Silver  Finland 237 hits
Bronze  Sven Lundquist (SWE) 60 hits (558 points) Bronze  Greece 236 hits
25 m Center-Fire Pistol
Gold  Torsten Ullman (SWE) 1048 Gold  Finland 4079
Silver  Mauri Kuokka (FIN) 1041 Silver  Sweden 4027
Bronze  N. J. Rodeheffer (USA) 1041 Bronze  Great Britain 3928

Shotgun events[edit]

Individual Team
Trap
Gold  Hans Liljedahl (SWE) 285 Gold  Sweden 737
Silver  Klas Kleberg (SWE) 276 Silver  Egypt 713
Bronze  Seifullah Ghaleb (EGY) 276 Bronze  Finland 681
Skeet
Gold  G. Kjellin (SWE) 95 No team competition
Silver  Carl Palmstierna (SWE) 94
Bronze  E. W. Norman (SWE) 93
 K. Scheel (FIN) 93

Running target events[edit]

100 m Running Deer Single shot
Gold  Per Olof Sköldberg (SWE) 203
Silver  Yrjö Miettinen (FIN) 199
Bronze  Thorleif Kockgard (SWE) 198
100 m Running Deer Double shot
Gold  Hans Åsnæs (NOR) 197
Silver  Hans Liljedahl (SWE) 196
Bronze  Thorleif Kockgard (SWE) 194

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