List of Olympic medalists in shooting

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This is the complete list of Olympic medalists in shooting.

Contents

Current program[edit]

Men[edit]

10 meter air pistol[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1988 Seoul
details
Tanyu Kiryakov
 Bulgaria
Erich Buljung
 United States
Xu Haifeng
 China
1992 Barcelona
details
Wang Yifu
 China
Sergei Pyzhianov
 Unified Team
Sorin Babii
 Romania
1996 Atlanta
details
Roberto Di Donna
 Italy
Wang Yifu
 China
Tanyu Kiryakov
 Bulgaria
2000 Sydney
details
Franck Dumoulin
 France
Wang Yifu
 China
Igor Basinski
 Belarus
2004 Athens
details
Wang Yifu
 China
Mikhail Nestruyev
 Russia
Vladimir Isakov
 Russia
2008 Beijing
details
Pang Wei
 China
Jin Jong-oh
 South Korea
Jason Turner
 United States
2012 London
details
Jin Jong-oh
 South Korea
Luca Tesconi
 Italy
Andrija Zlatić
 Serbia
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Hoàng Xuân Vinh
 Vietnam
Felipe Almeida Wu
 Brazil
Pang Wei
 China
2020 Tokyo
details

10 meter air rifle[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1984 Los Angeles
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Philippe Heberlé
 France
Andreas Kronthaler
 Austria
Barry Dagger
 Great Britain
1988 Seoul
details
Goran Maksimović
 Yugoslavia
Nicolas Berthelot
 France
Johann Riederer
 West Germany
1992 Barcelona
details
Yuri Fedkin
 Unified Team
Franck Badiou
 France
Johann Riederer
 Germany
1996 Atlanta
details
Artem Khadjibekov
 Russia
Wolfram Waibel
 Austria
Jean-Pierre Amat
 France
2000 Sydney
details
Cai Yalin
 China
Artem Khadjibekov
 Russia
Yevgeni Aleinikov
 Russia
2004 Athens
details
Zhu Qinan
 China
Li Jie
 China
Jozef Gönci
 Slovakia
2008 Beijing
details
Abhinav Bindra
 India
Zhu Qinan
 China
Henri Häkkinen
 Finland
2012 London
details
Alin Moldoveanu
 Romania
Niccolò Campriani
 Italy
Gagan Narang
 India
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Niccolò Campriani
 Italy
Serhiy Kulish
 Ukraine
Vladimir Maslennikov
 Russia
2020 Tokyo
details

50 meter pistol[edit]

This event has also been known as free pistol.

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1896 Athens
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Sumner Paine
 United States
Holger Nielsen
 Denmark
Ioannis Frangoudis
 Greece
1900 Paris
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Karl Röderer
 Switzerland
Achille Paroche
 France
Konrad Stäheli
 Switzerland
1904 St. Louis not included in the Olympic program
1908 London
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Paul Van Asbroeck
 Belgium
Réginald Storms
 Belgium
James Gorman
 United States
1912 Stockholm
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Alfred Lane
 United States
Peter Dolfen
 United States
Charles Stewart
 Great Britain
1920 Antwerp
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Karl Frederick
 United States
Afrânio da Costa
 Brazil
Alfred Lane
 United States
1924-1932 not included in the Olympic program
1936 Berlin
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Torsten Ullman
 Sweden
Erich Krempel
 Germany
Charles des Jammonières
 France
1948 London
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Edwin Vasquez Cam
 Peru
Rudolf Schnyder
 Switzerland
Torsten Ullman
 Sweden
1952 Helsinki
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Huelet Benner
 United States
Angel Leon de Gozalo
 Spain
Ambrus Balogh
 Hungary
1956 Melbourne
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Pentti Linnosvuo
 Finland
Makhmud Umarov
 Soviet Union
Offutt Pinion
 United States
1960 Rome
details
Alexey Gushchin
 Soviet Union
Makhmud Umarov
 Soviet Union
Yoshihisa Yoshikawa
 Japan
1964 Tokyo
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Väinö Markkanen
 Finland
Franklin Green
 United States
Yoshihisa Yoshikawa
 Japan
1968 Mexico City
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Grigory Kosykh
 Soviet Union
Heinz Mertel
 West Germany
Harald Vollmar
 East Germany
1972 Munich
details
Ragnar Skanåker
 Sweden
Daniel Iuga
 Romania
Rudolf Dollinger
 Austria
1976 Montreal
details
Uwe Potteck
 East Germany
Harald Vollmar
 East Germany
Rudolf Dollinger
 Austria
1980 Moscow
details
Aleksandr Melentyev
 Soviet Union
Harald Vollmar
 East Germany
Lubtcho Diakov
 Bulgaria
1984 Los Angeles
details
Xu Haifeng
 China
Ragnar Skanåker
 Sweden
Wang Yifu
 China
1988 Seoul
details
Sorin Babii
 Romania
Ragnar Skanåker
 Sweden
Igor Basinski
 Soviet Union
1992 Barcelona
details
Kanstantsin Lukashyk
 Unified Team
Wang Yifu
 China
Ragnar Skanåker
 Sweden
1996 Atlanta
details
Boris Kokorev
 Russia
Igor Basinski
 Belarus
Roberto Di Donna
 Italy
2000 Sydney
details
Tanyu Kiryakov
 Bulgaria
Igor Basinski
 Belarus
Martin Tenk
 Czech Republic
2004 Athens
details
Mikhail Nestruyev
 Russia
Jin Jong-oh
 South Korea
Kim Jong-su
 North Korea
2008 Beijing
details
Jin Jong-oh
 South Korea
Tan Zongliang
 China
Vladimir Isakov
 Russia
2012 London
details
Jin Jong-oh
 South Korea
Choi Young-Rae
 South Korea
Wang Zhiwei
 China
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Jin Jong-oh
 South Korea
Hoàng Xuân Vinh
 Vietnam
Kim Song-guk
 North Korea

25 meter rapid fire pistol[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1896 Athens
details
Ioannis Frangoudis
 Greece
Georgios Orfanidis
 Greece
Holger Nielsen
 Denmark
1900 Paris
details
Maurice Larrouy
 France
Léon Moreaux
 France
Eugène Balme
 France
1904–1908 not included in the Olympic program
1912 Stockholm
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Alfred Lane
 United States
Paul Palén
 Sweden
Johan Hübner von Holst
 Sweden
1920 Antwerp not included in the Olympic program
1924 Paris
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Henry Bailey
 United States
Vilhelm Carlberg
 Sweden
Lennart Hannelius
 Finland
1928 Amsterdam not included in the Olympic program
1932 Los Angeles
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Renzo Morigi
 Italy
Heinz Hax
 Germany
Domenico Matteucci
 Italy
1936 Berlin
details
Cornelius van Oyen
 Germany
Heinz Hax
 Germany
Torsten Ullman
 Sweden
1948 London
details
Károly Takács
 Hungary
Carlos Diaz Sáenz
 Argentina
Sven Lundquist
 Sweden
1952 Helsinki
details
Károly Takács
 Hungary
Szilárd Kun
 Hungary
Gheorghe Lichiardopol
 Romania
1956 Melbourne
details
Ştefan Petrescu
 Romania
Yevgeni Cherkasov
 Soviet Union
Gheorghe Lichiardopol
 Romania
1960 Rome
details
William McMillan
 United States
Pentti Linnosvuo
 Finland
Aleksandr Zabelin
 Soviet Union
1964 Tokyo
details
Pentti Linnosvuo
 Finland
Ion Tripsa
 Romania
Lubomír Nácovský
 Czechoslovakia
1968 Mexico City
details
Józef Zapędzki
 Poland
Marcel Rosca
 Romania
Renart Suleimanov
 Soviet Union
1972 Munich
details
Józef Zapędzki
 Poland
Ladislav Falta
 Czechoslovakia
Viktor Torshin
 Soviet Union
1976 Montreal
details
Norbert Klaar
 East Germany
Jürgen Wiefel
 East Germany
Roberto Ferraris
 Italy
1980 Moscow
details
Corneliu Ion
 Romania
Jürgen Wiefel
 East Germany
Gerhard Petritsch
 Austria
1984 Los Angeles
details
Takeo Kamachi
 Japan
Corneliu Ion
 Romania
Rauno Bies
 Finland
1988 Seoul
details
Afanasijs Kuzmins
 Soviet Union
Ralf Schumann
 East Germany
Zoltán Kovács
 Hungary
1992 Barcelona
details
Ralf Schumann
 Germany
Afanasijs Kuzmins
 Latvia
Vladimir Vokhmyanin
 Unified Team
1996 Atlanta
details
Ralf Schumann
 Germany
Emil Milev
 Bulgaria
Vladimir Vokhmyanin
 Kazakhstan
2000 Sydney
details
Sergei Alifirenko
 Russia
Michel Ansermet
 Switzerland
Iulian Raicea
 Romania
2004 Athens
details
Ralf Schumann
 Germany
Sergei Polyakov
 Russia
Sergei Alifirenko
 Russia
2008 Beijing
details
Oleksandr Petriv
 Ukraine
Ralf Schumann
 Germany
Christian Reitz
 Germany
2012 London
details
Leuris Pupo
 Cuba
Vijay Kumar
 India
Ding Feng
 China
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Christian Reitz
 Germany
Jean Quiquampoix
 France
Li Yuehong
 China
2020 Tokyo
details

50 meter rifle prone[edit]

This event has also been known as small-bore rifle prone and free rifle prone.

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1912 Stockholm
details
Frederick Hird
 United States
William Milne
 Great Britain
Harold Burt
 Great Britain
1920 Antwerp
details
Lawrence Nuesslein
 United States
Arthur Rothrock
 United States
Dennis Fenton
 United States
1924 Paris
details
Pierre Coquelin de Lisle
 France
Marcus Dinwiddie
 United States
Josias Hartmann
 Switzerland
1928 Amsterdam not included in the Olympic program
1932 Los Angeles
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Bertil Rönnmark
 Sweden
Gustavo Huet
 Mexico
Zoltán Soós-Ruszka Hradetzky
 Hungary
1936 Berlin
details
Willy Røgeberg
 Norway
Ralph Berzsenyi
 Hungary
Władysław Karaś
 Poland
1948 London
details
Arthur Cook
 United States
Walter Tomsen
 United States
Jonas Jonsson
 Sweden
1952 Helsinki
details
Iosif Sîrbu
 Romania
Boris Andreyev
 Soviet Union
Arthur Jackson
 United States
1956 Melbourne
details
Gerald Ouellette
 Canada
Vasily Borisov
 Soviet Union
Gil Boa
 Canada
1960 Rome
details
Peter Kohnke
 United Team of Germany
James Enoch Hill
 United States
Enrico Forcella
 Venezuela
1964 Tokyo
details
László Hammerl
 Hungary
Lones Wigger
 United States
Tommy Pool
 United States
1968 Mexico City
details
Jan Kůrka
 Czechoslovakia
László Hammerl
 Hungary
Ian Ballinger
 New Zealand
1972 Munich
details
Li Ho-Jun
 North Korea
Victor Auer
 United States
Nicolae Rotaru
 Romania
1976 Montreal
details
Karlheinz Smieszek
 West Germany
Ulrich Lind
 West Germany
Gennadi Lushchikov
 Soviet Union
1980 Moscow
details
Károly Varga
 Hungary
Hellfried Heilfort
 East Germany
Petar Zapryanov
 Bulgaria
1984 Los Angeles
details
Edward Etzel
 United States
Michel Bury
 France
Michael Sullivan
 Great Britain
1988 Seoul
details
Miroslav Varga
 Czechoslovakia
Cha Young-chul
 South Korea
Attila Záhonyi
 Hungary
1992 Barcelona
details
Lee Eun-chul
 South Korea
Harald Stenvaag
 Norway
Stevan Pletikosić
 Independent Olympic Participants
1996 Atlanta
details
Christian Klees
 Germany
Sergey Belyayev
 Kazakhstan
Jozef Gönci
 Slovakia
2000 Sydney
details
Jonas Edman
 Sweden
Torben Grimmel
 Denmark
Sergei Martynov
 Belarus
2004 Athens
details
Matthew Emmons
 United States
Christian Lusch
 Germany
Sergei Martynov
 Belarus
2008 Beijing
details
Artur Ayvazyan
 Ukraine
Matthew Emmons
 United States
Warren Potent
 Australia
2012 London
details
Sergei Martynov
 Belarus
Lionel Cox
 Belgium
Rajmond Debevec
 Slovenia
2016 Rio de Janeiro
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Henri Junghänel
 Germany
Kim Jong-hyun
 South Korea
Kirill Grigoryan
 Russia

50 meter rifle three positions[edit]

This event has also been known as small-bore rifle three positions and free rifle three positions.

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1952 Helsinki
details
Erling Asbjørn Kongshaug
 Norway
Vilho Ylönen
 Finland
Boris Andreyev
 Soviet Union
1956 Melbourne
details
Anatoli Bogdanov
 Soviet Union
Otakar Hořínek
 Czechoslovakia
John Sundberg
 Sweden
1960 Rome
details
Viktor Shamburkin
 Soviet Union
Marat Niyasov
 Soviet Union
Klaus Zähringer
 United Team of Germany
1964 Tokyo
details
Lones Wigger
 United States
Velichko Velichkov
 Bulgaria
László Hammerl
 Hungary
1968 Mexico City
details
Bernd Klingner
 West Germany
John Writer
 United States
Vitaly Parkhimovich
 Soviet Union
1972 Munich
details
John Writer
 United States
Lanny Bassham
 United States
Werner Lippoldt
 East Germany
1976 Montreal
details
Lanny Bassham
 United States
Margaret Murdock
 United States
Werner Seibold
 West Germany
1980 Moscow
details
Viktor Vlassov
 Soviet Union
Bernd Hartstein
 East Germany
Sven Johansson
 Sweden
1984 Los Angeles
details
Malcolm Cooper
 Great Britain
Daniel Nipkov
 Switzerland
Alister Allan
 Great Britain
1988 Seoul
details
Malcolm Cooper
 Great Britain
Alister Allan
 Great Britain
Kirill Ivanov
 Soviet Union
1992 Barcelona
details
Hrachya Petikyan
 Unified Team
Robert Foth
 United States
Ryohei Koba
 Japan
1996 Atlanta
details
Jean-Pierre Amat
 France
Sergey Belyayev
 Kazakhstan
Wolfram Waibel
 Austria
2000 Sydney
details
Rajmond Debevec
 Slovenia
Juha Hirvi
 Finland
Harald Stenvaag
 Norway
2004 Athens
details
Jia Zhanbo
 China
Michael Anti
 United States
Christian Planer
 Austria
2008 Beijing
details
Qiu Jian
 China
Jury Sukhorukov
 Ukraine
Rajmond Debevec
 Slovenia
2012 London
details
Niccolò Campriani
 Italy
Kim Jong-hyun
 South Korea
Matthew Emmons
 United States
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Niccolò Campriani
 Italy
Sergey Kamenskiy
 Russia
Alexis Raynaud
 France
2020 Tokyo
details

From 1972 to 1980, this event was mixed (open to both men and women shooters), although only one medal was won by a woman at these Games – Margaret Murdock's silver medal in 1976.

Skeet[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1968 Mexico City
details
Yevgeni Petrov
 Soviet Union
Romano Garagnani
 Italy
Konrad Wirnhier
 West Germany
1972 Munich
details
Konrad Wirnhier
 West Germany
Yevgeni Petrov
 Soviet Union
Michael Buchheim
 East Germany
1976 Montreal
details
Josef Panáček
 Czechoslovakia
Eric Swinkels
 Netherlands
Wiesław Gawlikowski
 Poland
1980 Moscow
details
Hans Kjeld Rasmussen
 Denmark
Lars-Göran Carlsson
 Sweden
Roberto Castrillo
 Cuba
1984 Los Angeles
details
Matthew Dryke
 United States
Ole Riber Rasmussen
 Denmark
Luca Scribani Rossi
 Italy
1988 Seoul
details
Axel Wegner
 East Germany
Alfonso de Iruarrizaga
 Chile
Jorge Guardiola
 Spain
1992 Barcelona
details
Zhang Shan
 China
Juan Giha
 Peru
Bruno Rossetti
 Italy
1996 Atlanta
details
Ennio Falco
 Italy
Mirosław Rzepkowski
 Poland
Andrea Benelli
 Italy
2000 Sydney
details
Mykola Milchev
 Ukraine
Petr Málek
 Czech Republic
James Graves
 United States
2004 Athens
details
Andrea Benelli
 Italy
Marko Kemppainen
 Finland
Juan Miguel Rodríguez
 Cuba
2008 Beijing
details
Vincent Hancock
 United States
Tore Brovold
 Norway
Anthony Terras
 France
2012 London
details
Vincent Hancock
 United States
Anders Golding
 Denmark
Nasser Al-Attiyah
 Qatar
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Gabriele Rossetti
 Italy
Marcus Svensson
 Sweden
Abdullah Al-Rashidi
 Independent Olympic Athletes
2020 Tokyo
details

From 1972 to 1992, this event was mixed (open to both men and women shooters), although only one medal was won by a woman at these Games – Zhang Shan's gold medal in 1992.

Trap[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Paris
details
Roger de Barbarin
 France
René Guyot
 France
Justinien de Clary
 France
1904 St. Louis not included in the Olympic program
1908 London
details
Walter Ewing
 Canada
George Beattie
 Canada
Alexander Maunder
 Great Britain
Anastasios Metaxas
 Greece
1912 Stockholm
details
James Graham
 United States
Alfred Goeldel
 Germany
Harry Blau
 Russia
1920 Antwerp
details
Mark Arie
 United States
Frank Troeh
 United States
Frank Wright
 United States
1924 Paris
details
Gyula Halasy
 Hungary
Konrad Huber
 Finland
Frank Hughes
 United States
1928-1948 not included in the Olympic program
1952 Helsinki
details
George Genereux
 Canada
Knut Holmqvist
 Sweden
Hans Liljedahl
 Sweden
1956 Melbourne
details
Galliano Rossini
 Italy
Adam Smelczyński
 Poland
Alessandro Ciceri
 Italy
1960 Rome
details
Ion Dumitrescu
 Romania
Galliano Rossini
 Italy
Sergei Kalinin
 Soviet Union
1964 Tokyo
details
Ennio Mattarelli
 Italy
Pavel Senichev
 Soviet Union
William Morris
 United States
1968 Mexico City
details
John Braithwaite
 Great Britain
Thomas Garrigus
 United States
Kurt Czekalla
 East Germany
1972 Munich
details
Angelo Scalzone
 Italy
Michel Carrega
 France
Silvano Basagni
 Italy
1976 Montreal
details
Donald Haldeman
 United States
Armando Silva
 Portugal
Ubaldesco Baldi
 Italy
1980 Moscow
details
Luciano Giovannetti
 Italy
Rustam Yambulatov
 Soviet Union
Jörg Damme
 East Germany
1984 Los Angeles
details
Luciano Giovannetti
 Italy
Francisco Boza
 Peru
Daniel Carlisle
 United States
1988 Seoul
details
Dmitry Monakov
 Soviet Union
Miloslav Bednařík
 Czechoslovakia
Frans Peeters
 Belgium
1992 Barcelona
details
Petr Hrdlička
 Czechoslovakia
Kazumi Watanabe
 Japan
Marco Venturini
 Italy
1996 Atlanta
details
Michael Diamond
 Australia
Josh Lakatos
 United States
Lance Bade
 United States
2000 Sydney
details
Michael Diamond
 Australia
Ian Peel
 Great Britain
Giovanni Pellielo
 Italy
2004 Athens
details
Aleksei Alipov
 Russia
Giovanni Pellielo
 Italy
Adam Vella
 Australia
2008 Beijing
details
David Kostelecký
 Czech Republic
Giovanni Pellielo
 Italy
Aleksei Alipov
 Russia
2012 London
details
Giovanni Cernogoraz
 Croatia
Massimo Fabbrizi
 Italy
Fehaid Al-Deehani
 Kuwait
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Josip Glasnović
 Croatia
Giovanni Pellielo
 Italy
Edward Ling
 Great Britain
2020 Tokyo
details

Women[edit]

10 meter air pistol[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1988 Seoul
details
Jasna Šekarić
 Yugoslavia
Nino Salukvadze
 Soviet Union
Marina Dobrancheva
 Soviet Union
1992 Barcelona
details
Marina Logvinenko
 Unified Team
Jasna Šekarić
 Independent Olympic Participants
Mariya Grozdeva
 Bulgaria
1996 Atlanta
details
Olga Kuznetsova
 Russia
Marina Logvinenko
 Russia
Mariya Grozdeva
 Bulgaria
2000 Sydney
details
Tao Luna
 China
Jasna Šekarić
 Yugoslavia
Annemarie Forder
 Australia
2004 Athens
details
Olena Kostevych
 Ukraine
Jasna Šekarić
 Serbia and Montenegro
Mariya Grozdeva
 Bulgaria
2008 Beijing
details
Guo Wenjun
 China
Natalia Paderina
 Russia
Nino Salukvadze
 Georgia
2012 London
details
Guo Wenjun
 China
Céline Goberville
 France
Olena Kostevych
 Ukraine
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Zhang Mengxue
 China
Vitalina Batsarashkina
 Russia
Anna Korakaki
 Greece
2020 Tokyo
details

10 meter air rifle[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1984 Los Angeles
details
Pat Spurgin
 United States
Edith Gufler
 Italy
Wu Xiaoxuan
 China
1988 Seoul
details
Irina Shilova
 Soviet Union
Silvia Sperber
 West Germany
Anna Malukhina
 Soviet Union
1992 Barcelona
details
Yeo Kab-soon
 South Korea
Vessela Letcheva
 Bulgaria
Aranka Binder
 Independent Olympic Participants
1996 Atlanta
details
Renata Mauer
 Poland
Petra Horneber
 Germany
Aleksandra Ivošev
 Yugoslavia
2000 Sydney
details
Nancy Johnson
 United States
Kang Cho-hyun
 South Korea
Gao Jing
 China
2004 Athens
details
Du Li
 China
Lioubov Galkina
 Russia
Kateřina Kůrková
 Czech Republic
2008 Beijing
details
Kateřina Emmons
 Czech Republic
Lioubov Galkina
 Russia
Snježana Pejčić
 Croatia
2012 London
details
Yi Siling
 China
Sylwia Bogacka
 Poland
Yu Dan
 China
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Virginia Thrasher
 United States
Du Li
 China
Yi Siling
 China
2020 Tokyo
details

25 meter pistol[edit]

This event has also been known as sport pistol.

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1984 Los Angeles
details
Linda Thom
 Canada
Ruby Fox
 United States
Patricia Dench
 Australia
1988 Seoul
details
Nino Salukvadze
 Soviet Union
Tomoko Hasegawa
 Japan
Jasna Šekarić
 Yugoslavia
1992 Barcelona
details
Marina Logvinenko
 Unified Team
Li Duihong
 China
Dorjsürengiin Mönkhbayar
 Mongolia
1996 Atlanta
details
Li Duihong
 China
Diana Iorgova
 Bulgaria
Marina Logvinenko
 Russia
2000 Sydney
details
Mariya Grozdeva
 Bulgaria
Tao Luna
 China
Lalita Yauhleuskaya
 Belarus
2004 Athens
details
Mariya Grozdeva
 Bulgaria
Lenka Hyková
 Czech Republic
Irada Ashumova
 Azerbaijan
2008 Beijing
details
Chen Ying
 China
Otryadyn Gündegmaa
 Mongolia
Munkhbayar Dorjsuren
 Germany
2012 London
details
Kim Jang-Mi
 South Korea
Chen Ying
 China
Olena Kostevych
 Ukraine
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Anna Korakaki
 Greece
Monika Karsch
 Germany
Heidi Diethelm Gerber
 Switzerland
2020 Tokyo
details

50 meter rifle three positions[edit]

This event has also been known as standard rifle and sport rifle.

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1984 Los Angeles
details
Wu Xiaoxuan
 China
Ulrike Holmer
 West Germany
Wanda Jewell
 United States
1988 Seoul
details
Silvia Sperber
 West Germany
Vessela Letcheva
 Bulgaria
Valentina Cherkasova
 Soviet Union
1992 Barcelona
details
Launi Meili
 United States
Nonka Matova
 Bulgaria
Małgorzata Książkiewicz
 Poland
1996 Atlanta
details
Aleksandra Ivošev
 Yugoslavia
Irina Gerasimenok
 Russia
Renata Mauer
 Poland
2000 Sydney
details
Renata Mauer
 Poland
Tatiana Goldobina
 Russia
Maria Feklistova
 Russia
2004 Athens
details
Lioubov Galkina
 Russia
Valentina Turisini
 Italy
Wang Chengyi
 China
2008 Beijing
details
Du Li
 China
Kateřina Emmons
 Czech Republic
Eglis Yaima Cruz
 Cuba
2012 London
details
Jamie Lynn Gray
 United States
Ivana Maksimović
 Serbia
Adéla Sýkorová
 Czech Republic
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Barbara Engleder
 Germany
Zhang Binbin
 China
Du Li
 China
2020 Tokyo
details

In addition to this list, Margaret Murdock
 United States won a silver medal in this event in 1976, when it was a mixed event (open to both men and women).

Skeet[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2000 Sydney
details
Zemfira Meftahatdinova
 Azerbaijan
Svetlana Demina
 Russia
Diána Igaly
 Hungary
2004 Athens
details
Diána Igaly
 Hungary
Wei Ning
 China
Zemfira Meftahatdinova
 Azerbaijan
2008 Beijing
details
Chiara Cainero
 Italy
Kim Rhode
 United States
Christine Brinker
 Germany
2012 London
details
Kim Rhode
 United States
Wei Ning
 China
Danka Barteková
 Slovakia
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Diana Bacosi
 Italy
Chiara Cainero
 Italy
Kim Rhode
 United States
2020 Tokyo
details

Trap[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2000 Sydney
details
Daina Gudzinevičiūtė
 Lithuania
Delphine Racinet
 France
Gao E
 China
2004 Athens
details
Suzanne Balogh
 Australia
María Quintanal
 Spain
Lee Bo-na
 South Korea
2008 Beijing
details
Satu Mäkelä-Nummela
 Finland
Zuzana Štefečeková
 Slovakia
Corey Cogdell
 United States
2012 London
details
Jessica Rossi
 Italy
Zuzana Štefečeková
 Slovakia
Delphine Réau
 France
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Catherine Skinner
 Australia
Natalie Rooney
 New Zealand
Corey Cogdell
 United States
2020 Tokyo
details

In addition to this list, Zhang Shan
 China won a gold medal in this event in 1992, when it was a mixed event (open to both men and women).

Discontinued events[edit]

Men's[edit]

Double trap[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1996 Atlanta
details
Russell Mark
 Australia
Albano Pera
 Italy
Zhang Bing
 China
2000 Sydney
details
Richard Faulds
 Great Britain
Russell Mark
 Australia
Fehaid Al-Deehani
 Kuwait
2004 Athens
details
Ahmed Al Maktoum
 United Arab Emirates
Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore
 India
Wang Zheng
 China
2008 Beijing
details
Walton Eller
 United States
Francesco D'Aniello
 Italy
Hu Binyuan
 China
2012 London
details
Peter Wilson
 Great Britain
Håkan Dahlby
 Sweden
Vasily Mosin
 Russia
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Fehaid Al-Deehani
 Independent Olympic Athletes
Marco Innocenti
 Italy
Steven Scott
 Great Britain

25 meter military pistol, individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1896 Athens
details
John Paine
 United States
Sumner Paine
 United States
Nikolaos Morakis
 Greece

30 meter military pistol, individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Antwerp
details
Guilherme Paraense
 Brazil
Raymond Bracken
 United States
Fritz Zulauf
 Switzerland

30 meter military pistol, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1912 Stockholm
details
 Sweden (SWE)
Eric Carlberg
Vilhelm Carlberg
Johan Hübner von Holst
Paul Palén
 Russia (RUS)
Amos Kash
Nikolai Melnitsky
Pavel Voyloshnikov
Grigori Panteleimonov
 Great Britain (GBR)
Hugh Durant
Albert Kempster
Charles Stewart
Horatio Poulter
1920 Antwerp
details
 United States (USA)
Louis Harant
Alfred Lane
Carl Frederick
James H. Snook
Michael Kelly
 Greece (GRE)
Alexandros Theofilakis
Ioannis Theofilakis
Georgios Moraitinis
Alexandros Vrasivanopoulos
Iason Sappas
 Switzerland (SUI)
Fritz Zulauf
Joseph Jehle
Gustave Amoudruz
Hans Egli
Domenico Giambonini

200 meter military rifle, individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1896 Athens
details
Pantelis Karasevdas
 Greece
Pavlos Pavlidis
 Greece
Nicolaos Trikupis
 Greece

300 meter military rifle; prone, individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Antwerp
details
Otto Olsen
 Norway
Léon Johnson
 France
Fritz Kuchen
 Switzerland

300 meter military rifle; prone, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Antwerp
details
 United States (USA)
Morris Fisher
Joseph Jackson
Willis Augustus Lee
Carl Osburn
Lloyd Spooner
 France (FRA)
Léon Johnson
André Parmentier
Achille Paroche
Georges Roes
Émile Rumeau
 Finland (FIN)
Voitto Kolho
Kalle Lappalainen
Veli Nieminen
Vilho Vauhkonen
Karl Magnus Wegelius

300 meter military rifle; standing, individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Antwerp
details
Carl Osburn
 United States
Lars Jørgen Madsen
 Denmark
Lawrence Nuesslein
 United States

300 meter military rifle; standing, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Antwerp
details
 Denmark (DEN)
Lars Jørgen Madsen
Niels Larsen
Anders Peterson
Erik Sætter-Lassen
Anders Peter Nielsen
 United States (USA)
Carl Osburn
Lawrence Nuesslein
Lloyd Spooner
Willis Augustus Lee
Thomas Brown
 Sweden (SWE)
Olle Ericsson
Hugo Johansson
Leon Lagerlöf
Walfrid Hellman
Mauritz Eriksson

300 meter military rifle, three positions[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1912 Stockholm
details
Sándor Prokopp
 Hungary
Carl Osburn
 United States
Engebret Skogen
 Norway

300 meter military rifle, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1908 London
details
 United States (USA)
William Leuschner
William Martin
Charles Winder
Kellogg Casey
Ivan Eastman
Charles Benedict
 Great Britain (GBR)
Harcourt Ommundsen
Fleetwood Varley
Arthur Fulton
Philip Richardson
William Padgett
John Martin
 Canada (CAN)
William Smith
Charles Crowe
Bruce Williams
Dugald McInnis
William Eastcott
S. Harry Kerr
1912 Stockholm
details
 United States (USA)
Cornelius Burdette
Allan Briggs
Harry Adams
John Jackson
Carl Osburn
Warren Sprout
 Great Britain (GBR)
Harcourt Ommundsen
Henry Burr
Edward Skilton
James Reid
Edward Parnell
Arthur Fulton
 Sweden (SWE)
Mauritz Eriksson
Werner Jernström
Tönnes Björkman
Carl Björkman
Bernhard Larsson
Hugo Johansson

600 meter military rifle, individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Antwerp
details
Hugo Johansson
 Sweden
Mauritz Eriksson
 Sweden
Lloyd Spooner
 United States

600 meter military rifle, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Antwerp
details
 United States (USA)
Dennis Fenton
Gunnery Schriver
Willis Augustus Lee
Lloyd Spooner
Joseph Jackson
 South Africa (RSA)
David Smith
Robert Bodley
Ferdinand Buchanan
George Harvey
Fred Morgan
 Sweden (SWE)
Mauritz Eriksson
Hugo Johansson
Gustaf Adolf Jonsson
Erik Blomqvist
Erik Ohlsson

300 meter + 600 meter military rifle, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Antwerp
details
 United States (USA)
Joseph Jackson
Willis Augustus Lee
Carl Osburn
Oliver Schriver
Lloyd Spooner
 Norway (NOR)
Albert Helgerud
Otto Olsen
Jacob Onsrud
Østen Østensen
Olaf Sletten
 Switzerland (SUI)
Eugen Addor
Joseph Jehle
Fritz Kuchen
Werner Schneeberger
Weibel

100 metre running deer; single shot, individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1908 London
details
Oscar Swahn
 Sweden
Ted Ranken
 Great Britain
Alexander Rogers
 Great Britain
1912 Stockholm
details
Alfred Swahn
 Sweden
Åke Lundeberg
 Sweden
Nestori Toivonen
 Finland
1920 Antwerp
details
Otto Olsen
 Norway
Alfred Swahn
 Sweden
Harald Natvig
 Norway
1924 Paris
details
John Boles
 United States
Cyril Mackworth-Praed
 Great Britain
Otto Olsen
 Norway

100 metre running deer; single shot, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1908 London
details
 Sweden (SWE)
Arvid Knöppel
Ernst Rosell
Alfred Swahn
Oscar Swahn
 Great Britain (GBR)
William Ellicott
William Russell Lane-Joynt
Charles Nix
Ted Ranken
None awarded
1912 Stockholm
details
 Sweden (SWE)
Alfred Swahn
Oscar Swahn
Åke Lundeberg
Per-Olof Arvidsson
 United States (USA)
William McDonnell
Walter Winans
William Leuschner
William Libbey
 Finland (FIN)
Axel Londen
Nestori Toivonen
Iivar Väänänen
Ernst Rosenqvist
1920 Antwerp
details
 Norway (NOR)
Einar Liberg
Ole Lilloe-Olsen
Harald Natvig
Hans Nordvik
Otto Olsen
 Finland (FIN)
Yrjö Kolho
Kalle Lappalainen
Toivo Tikkanen
Nestori Toivonen
Karl Magnus Wegelius
 United States (USA)
Thomas Brown
Willis Augustus Lee
Lawrence Nuesslein
Carl Osburn
Lloyd Spooner
1924 Paris
details
 Norway (NOR)
Einar Liberg
Ole Lilloe-Olsen
Harald Natvig
Otto Olsen
 Sweden (SWE)
Otto Hultberg
Mauritz Johansson
Fredric Landelius
Alfred Swahn
 United States (USA)
John Boles
Raymond Coulter
Dennis Fenton
Walter Stokes

100 metre running deer; double shot, individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1908 London
details
Walter Winans
 United States
Ted Ranken
 Great Britain
Oscar Swahn
 Sweden
1912 Stockholm
details
Åke Lundeberg
 Sweden
Edward Benedicks
 Sweden
Oscar Swahn
 Sweden
1920 Antwerp
details
Ole Lilloe-Olsen
 Norway
Fredric Landelius
 Sweden
Einar Liberg
 Norway
1924 Paris
details
Ole Lilloe-Olsen
 Norway
Cyril Mackworth-Praed
 Great Britain
Alfred Swahn
 Sweden

100 metre running deer; double shot, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Antwerp
details
 Norway (NOR)
Harald Natvig
Ole Lilloe-Olsen
Einar Liberg
Hans Nordvik
Thorstein Johansen
 Sweden (SWE)
Alfred Swahn
Oscar Swahn
Fredric Landelius
Bengt Lagercrantz
Edward Benedicks
 Finland (FIN)
Toivo Tikkanen
Karl Magnus Wegelius
Nestori Toivonen
Vilho Vauhkonen
Yrjö Kolho
1924 Paris
details
 Great Britain (GBR)
Cyril Mackworth-Praed
Philip Neame
Herbert Perry
Allen Whitty
 Norway (NOR)
Einar Liberg
Ole Lilloe-Olsen
Harald Natvig
Otto Olsen
 Sweden (SWE)
Axel Ekblom
Mauritz Johansson
Fredric Landelius
Alfred Swahn

100 metre running deer; single shot and double shot[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1952 Helsinki
details
John Larsen
 Norway
Per Olof Sköldberg
 Sweden
Tauno Mäki
 Finland
1956 Melbourne
details
Vitali Romanenko
 Soviet Union
Olof Sköldberg
 Sweden
Vladimir Sevryugin
 Soviet Union

10 meter running target[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1992 Barcelona
details
Michael Jakosits
 Germany
Anatoli Asrabayev
 Unified Team
Luboš Račanský
 Czechoslovakia
1996 Atlanta
details
Yang Ling
 China
Xiao Jun
 China
Miroslav Januš
 Czech Republic
2000 Sydney
details
Yang Ling
 China
Oleg Moldovan
 Moldova
Niu Zhiyuan
 China
2004 Athens
details
Manfred Kurzer
 Germany
Aleksandr Blinov
 Russia
Dimitri Lykin
 Russia

50 meter running target[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1972 Munich
details
Yakov Zheleznyak
 Soviet Union
Helmut Bellingrodt
 Colombia
John Kynoch
 Great Britain
1976 Montreal
details
Aleksandr Gazov
 Soviet Union
Aleksandr Kedyarov
 Soviet Union
Jerzy Greszkiewicz
 Poland
1980 Moscow
details
Igor Sokolov
 Soviet Union
Thomas Pfeffer
 East Germany
Aleksandr Gazov
 Soviet Union
1984 Los Angeles
details
Li Yuwei
 China
Helmut Bellingrodt
 Colombia
Huang Shiping
 China
1988 Seoul
details
Tor Heiestad
 Norway
Huang Shiping
 China
Gennadi Avramenko
 Soviet Union

From 1972 to 1980, this event was mixed (open to both men and women shooters), although all medals were won by men at these Games.

300 meter rifle kneeling[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Paris
details
Konrad Stäheli
 Switzerland
Emil Kellenberger
 Switzerland
None awarded
Anders Peter Nielsen
 Denmark

300 meter rifle prone[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Paris
details
Achille Paroche
 France
Anders Peter Nielsen
 Denmark
Ole Østmo
 Norway

300 meter rifle standing[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Paris
details
Lars Jørgen Madsen
 Denmark
Ole Østmo
 Norway
Charles Paumier
 Belgium

300 meter rifle three positions[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1896 Athens
details
Georgios Orphanidis
 Greece
Ioannis Frangoudis
 Greece
Viggo Jensen
 Denmark
1900 Paris
details
Emil Kellenberger
 Switzerland
Anders Peter Nielsen
 Denmark
Paul Van Asbroeck
 Belgium
Ole Østmo
 Norway
1904 St. Louis not included in the Olympic program
1908 London
details
Albert Helgerud
 Norway
Harry Simon
 United States
Ole Sæther
 Norway
1912 Stockholm
details
Paul Colas
 France
Lars Jørgen Madsen
 Denmark
Niels Larsen
 Denmark
1920 Antwerp
details
Morris Fisher
 United States
Niels Larsen
 Denmark
Østen Østensen
 Norway
1924–1936 not included in the Olympic program
1948 London
details
Emil Grünig
 Switzerland
Pauli Aapeli Janhonen
 Finland
Willy Røgeberg
 Norway
1952 Helsinki
details
Anatoli Bogdanov
 Soviet Union
Robert Bürchler
 Switzerland
Lev Vainshtein
 Soviet Union
1956 Melbourne
details
Vasily Borisov
 Soviet Union
Allan Erdman
 Soviet Union
Vilho Ylönen
 Finland
1960 Rome
details
Hubert Hammerer
 Austria
Hansrudi Spillmann
 Switzerland
Vasily Borisov
 Soviet Union
1964 Tokyo
details
Gary Anderson
 United States
Shota Kveliashvili
 Soviet Union
Martin Gunnarsson
 United States
1968 Mexico City
details
Gary Anderson
 United States
Valentin Kornev
 Soviet Union
Kurt Müller
 Switzerland
1972 Munich
details
Lones Wigger
 United States
Boris Melnik
 Soviet Union
Lajos Papp
 Hungary

In 1972, this event was mixed (open to both men and women shooters), although all medals were won by men.

300 meter rifle, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Paris
details
 Switzerland (SUI)
Franz Böckli
Alfred Grütter
Emil Kellenberger
Louis Richardet
Konrad Stäheli
 Norway (NOR)
Olaf Frydenlund
Hellmer Hermandsen
Ole Østmo
Ole Sæther
Tom Seeberg
 France (FRA)
Auguste Cavadini
Maurice Lecoq
Léon Moreaux
Achille Paroche
René Thomas
1904 St. Louis not included in the Olympic program
1908 London
details
 Norway (NOR)
Julius Braathe
Albert Helgerud
Einar Liberg
Olaf Sæther
Ole Sæther
Gudbrand Skatteboe
 Sweden (SWE)
Per-Olof Arvidsson
Janne Gustafsson
Axel Jansson
Gustaf Adolf Jonsson
Claës Rundberg
Gustav-Adolf Sjöberg
 France (FRA)
Eugène Balme
Raoul de Boigne
Albert Courquin
Léon Johnson
Maurice Lecoq
André Parmentier
1912 Stockholm
details
 Sweden (SWE)
Mauritz Eriksson
Hugo Johansson
Erik Blomqvist
Carl Björkman
Bernhard Larsson
Gustaf Jonsson
 Norway (NOR)
Gudbrand Skatteboe
Ole Sæther
Østen Østensen
Albert Helgerud
Olaf Sæther
Einar Liberg
 Denmark (DEN)
Ole Olsen
Lars Jørgen Madsen
Niels Larsen
Niels Andersen
Laurits Larsen
Jens Hajslund
1920 Antwerp
details
 United States (USA)
Morris Fisher
Willis Augustus Lee
Dennis Fenton
Carl Osburn
Lloyd Spooner
 Norway (NOR)
Otto Olsen
Albert Helgerud
Olaf Sletten
Østen Østensen
Jacob Onsrud
 Switzerland (SUI)
Fritz Kuchen
Albert Tröndle
Arnold Rösli
Walter Lienhard
Caspar Widmer
1924 Paris
details
 United States (USA)
Raymond Coulter
Joseph Crockett
Morris Fisher
Sidney Hinds
Walter Stokes
 France (FRA)
Paul Colas
Albert Courquin
Pierre Hardy
Georges Roes
Émile Rumeau
 Haiti (HAI)
Ludovic Augustin
Destin Destine
Eloi Metullus
Astrel Rolland
Ludovic Valborge

600 meter rifle, prone[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1912 Stockholm
details
Paul Colas
 France
Carl Osburn
 United States
John Jackson
 United States
1920 Antwerp not included in the Olympic program
1924 Paris
details
Morris Fisher
 United States
Carl Osburn
 United States
Niels Larsen
 Denmark

1000 yard rifle, prone[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1908 London
details
Joshua Millner
 Great Britain
Kellogg Casey
 United States
Maurice Blood
 Great Britain

Rifle, disappearing target[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1908 London
details
William Styles
 Great Britain
Harold Hawkins
 Great Britain
Edward Amoore
 Great Britain

Rifle, moving target[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1908 London
details
John Fleming
 Great Britain
Maurice Matthews
 Great Britain
William Marsden
 Great Britain

Rifle, stationary target[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1908 London
details
Arthur Carnell
 Great Britain
Harold Humby
 Great Britain
George Barnes
 Great Britain

25 meter rifle, individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1912 Stockholm
details
Vilhelm Carlberg
 Sweden
Johan Hübner von Holst
 Sweden
Gideon Ericsson
 Sweden

25 meter rifle, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1912 Stockholm
details
 Sweden (SWE)
Johan Hübner von Holst
Eric Carlberg
Vilhelm Carlberg
Gustaf Boivie
 Great Britain (GBR)
William Pimm
Joseph Pepé
William Milne
William Styles
 United States (USA)
Frederick Hird
Warren Sprout
William McDonnell
William Leuschner

50 meter rifle, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1908 London
details
 Great Britain (GBR)
Edward Amoore
Harold Humby
Maurice Matthews
William Pimm
 Sweden (SWE)
Eric Carlberg
Vilhelm Carlberg
Franz-Albert Schartau
Johan Hübner von Holst
 France (FRA)
Henri Bonnefoy
Paul Colas
Léon Lécuyer
André Regaud
1912 Stockholm
details
 Great Britain (GBR)
William Pimm
Edward Lessimore
Joseph Pepé
Robert Murray
 Sweden (SWE)
Arthur Nordenswan
Eric Carlberg
Ruben Örtegren
Vilhelm Carlberg
 United States (USA)
Warren Sprout
William Leuschner
Frederick Hird
Carl Osburn
1920 Antwerp
details
 United States (USA)
Lawrence Nuesslein
Arthur Rothrock
Willis Augustus Lee
Dennis Fenton
Gunnery Schriver
 Sweden (SWE)
Sigvard Hultcrantz
Erik Ohlsson
Leon Lagerlöf
Ragnar Stare
Olle Ericsson
 Norway (NOR)
Østen Østensen
Olaf Sletten
Anton Olsen
Sigvart Johansen
Albert Helgerud

Pistol, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Paris
details
 Switzerland (SUI)
Friedrich Lüthi
Paul Probst
Louis Richardet
Karl Röderer
Konrad Stäheli
 France (FRA)
Louis Duffoy
Maurice Lecoq
Léon Moreaux
Achille Paroche
Jules Trinité
 Netherlands (NED)
Solko van den Bergh
Antonius Bouwens
Dirk Boest Gips
Henrik Sillem
Anthony Sweijs
1904 St. Louis not included in the Olympic program
1908 London
details
 United States (USA)
James Gorman
Irving Calkins
John Dietz
Charles Axtell
 Belgium (BEL)
Paul Van Asbroeck
Reginald Storms
Charles Paumier du Verger
Rene Englebert
 Great Britain (GBR)
Jesse Wallingford
Geoffrey Coles
Henry Lynch-Staunton
William Ellicott
1912 Stockholm
details
 United States (USA)
Alfred Lane
Henry Sears
Peter Dolfen
John Dietz
 Sweden (SWE)
Georg de Laval
Eric Carlberg
Vilhelm Carlberg
Erik Boström
 Great Britain (GBR)
Horatio Poulter
Hugh Durant
Albert Kempster
Charles Stewart
1920 Antwerp
details
 United States (USA)
Carl Frederick
Alfred Lane
Raymond Bracken
James H. Snook
Michael Kelly
 Sweden (SWE)
Anders Andersson
Casimir Reuterskiöld
Gunnar Gabrielsson
Sigvard Hultcrantz
Anders Johnson
 Brazil (BRA)
Afrânio da Costa
Sebastião Wolf
Dario Barbosa
Fernando Soledade
Guilherme Paraense

Trap, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1908 London
details
 Great Britain (GBR)
Alexander Maunder
James Pike
Charles Palmer
John Postans
Frank Moore
Peter Easte
 Canada (CAN)
Walter Ewing
George Beattie
Arthur Westover
Mylie Fletcher
George Vivian
Donald McMackon
 Great Britain (GBR)
George Whitaker
Gerald Skinner
John Butt
William Morris
Harold Creasey
Richard Hutton
1912 Stockholm
details
 United States (USA)
Charles Billings
Ralph Spotts
John H. Hendrickson
James Graham
Edward Gleason
Frank Hall
 Great Britain (GBR)
John Butt
William Grosvenor
Harold Humby
Alexander Maunder
Charles Palmer
George Whitaker
 Germany (GER)
Erich Graf von Bernstorff
Franz von Zedlitz und Leipe
Horst Goeldel
Albert Preuss
Erland Koch
Alfred Goeldel
1920 Antwerp
details
 United States (USA)
Mark Arie
Horace Bonser
Jay Clark
Forest McNeir
Frank Troeh
Frank Wright
 Belgium (BEL)
Albert Bosquet
Joseph Cogels
Émile Dupont
Edouard Fesinger
Henri Quersin
Louis Van Tilt
 Sweden (SWE)
Per Kinde
Fredric Landelius
Erik Lundquist
Karl Richter
Erik Sökjer-Petersén
Alfred Swahn
1924 Paris
details
 United States (USA)
Frederick Etchen
Frank Hughes
John Noel
Clarence Platt
Samuel Sharman
William Silkworth
 Canada (CAN)
William Barnes
George Beattie
John Black
Robert Montgomery
Samuel Newton
Samuel Vance
 Finland (FIN)
Werner Ekman
Konrad Huber
Robert Huber
Georg Nordblad
Toivo Tikkanen
Karl Magnus Wegelius

Women's[edit]

Double trap[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1996 Atlanta
details
Kim Rhode
 United States
Susanne Kiermayer
 Germany
Deserie Huddleston
 Australia
2000 Sydney
details
Pia Hansen
 Sweden
Deborah Gelisio
 Italy
Kim Rhode
 United States
2004 Athens
details
Kim Rhode
 United States
Lee Bo Na
 South Korea
Gao E
 China

See also[edit]

References[edit]