Ole Lilloe-Olsen

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Ole Lilloe-Olsen
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Personal information
Born (1883-04-27)27 April 1883
Oslo, Norway
Died 29 April 1940(1940-04-29) (aged 57)
Oslo, Norway
Sport
Sport Sports shooting

Ole Andreas Lilloe-Olsen (27 April 1883 – 29 April 1940) was a Norwegian rifle shooter who competed in the early 20th century in rifle shooting. With his five gold medals and one silver medal, he is the Norwegian athlete with the most medals at the Summer Olympics. He participated in shooting at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp and won the gold medal in 100 m running deer, double shots and team 100 m running deer, single shots and team 100 m running deer, double shots. At the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris he defended the Olympic titles in 100 m running deer, double shots and team 100 m running deer, single shots and the silver medal in team 100 m running deer, double shots.[1]

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  1. ^ "Ole Lilloe-Olsen". Sports Reference. Retrieved 20 December 2014. 

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