Archery at the 1904 Summer Olympics – Women's double National round

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Women's double National round
at the Games of the III Olympiad
Venue World's Fair grounds
Date September 20
Competitors 6 from 1 nation
1st, gold medalist(s) Matilda Howell  United States
2nd, silver medalist(s) Emma Cooke  United States
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jessie Pollock  United States
1908 →
Archery at the
1904 Summer Olympics
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Double American round   men  
Double Columbia round     women
Double National round     women
Double York round   men  
Team round   men   women

The women's double National round event was part of the archery programme at the 1904 Summer Olympics. A National round consisted of 24 arrows at 60 yards and 12 arrows at 50 yards. The total number of arrows for the double round was 72. The competition was held on Tuesday, September 20, 1904.

Six archers all from the United States competed.


The result is based on points. One point was awarded to the archer scoring the highest score at each distance as well as one point was awarded for the most hit on target at each distance. Two points were awarded to the archer scoring the highest total score as well as two points were awarded for the most total targets hit. A maximum of eight points was possible. Ties were broken on total score, and then on total targets hit.

Place Archer Points Score
1  Matilda Howell (USA) 7.5 620
2  Emma Cooke (USA) 0.5 419
3  Jessie Pollock (USA) 0 419
4  Laura Woodruff (USA) 0 234
5  Mabel Taylor (USA) 0 160
6  Leonie Taylor (USA) 0 159