Frank Hall (sport shooter)

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Frank Hall
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Born (1865-07-08)July 8, 1865
Woodside, New Jersey, United States
Died July 31, 1939(1939-07-31) (aged 74)
Manhattan, New York, United States
Sport Sports shooting

Frank Hall (July 8, 1865 – July 31, 1939) was an American sport shooter who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics. He was a member of the New York Athletic Club.[1]

In 1912 he won the gold medal as member of the American team in the team clay pigeons competition. In the individual trap event he finished twelfth.[2]

He was born in Jersey City, New Jersey and died in New York City.


  1. ^ James Edward Sullivan, ed. (1912). The Olympic games, Stockholm, 1912. Clay Bird Shooting Team. Charles W. Billings; New York Athletic Club. Ralph L. Spotts, New York Athletic Club; John H. Hendrickson, Brooklyn; James R. Graham, Chicago; Edward F. Gleason, Boston Athletic Association; Frank Hall, New York Athletic Club; Daniel F. McMahon, New York Athletic Club 
  2. ^ "Frank Hall". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on November 29, 2014. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 

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