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|Born||3 February 1861|
Loxbeare, Devon, England
|Died||2 February 1932 (aged 70)|
Bickleigh, Devon, England
In the 1908 Olympics, he won a gold medal in team trap shooting and a bronze medal in individual trap shooting. Four years later, he won a silver medal in the team clay pigeons event and was 45th in the trap event.
- "Sports Reference: Alexander Maunder". Sports Reference. Retrieved 2014-02-25.
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