Shooting at the 1900 Summer Olympics – Men's 300 metre free rifle, three positions

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Men's 300 metre three positions free rifle
at the Games of the II Olympiad
Date August 3–5
Competitors 30 from 6 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Emil Kellenberger
 Switzerland
2nd, silver medalist(s) Anders Peter Nielsen
 Denmark
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Paul Van Asbroeck
 Belgium
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ole Østmo
 Norway
1908 →
Shooting at the
1900 Summer Olympics
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25 metre rapid fire pistol men
50 metre free pistol men
50 metre free pistol, team men
Trap shooting men
300 metre free rifle, standing men
300 metre free rifle, kneeling men
300 metre free rifle, prone men
300 metre free rifle, three positions men
300 metre free rifle, team men

The 300 metre free rifle three positions event was one of five military rifle events of the competitions in the Shooting at the 1900 Summer Olympics events in Paris. They were held from August 3 to August 5, 1900. 30 shooters from 6 nations competed, with five shooters per team. Medals were given for individual high scores in each of the three positions, overall individual high scores, and the scores of the five shooters were summed to give a team score.

Results[edit]

The scores from the three positions were summed, giving a total possible of 1200 points.

Place Shooter Standing Kneeling Prone Total
Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank
1  Emil Kellenberger (SUI) 292 6 314 2 324 5 930
2  Anders Peter Nielsen (DEN) 277 11 314 2 330 2 921
3  Paul Van Asbroeck (BEL) 297 4 308 4 312 8 917
 Ole Østmo (NOR) 299 2 289 15 329 3 917
5  Lars Jørgen Madsen (DEN) 305 1 299 8 301 16 905
6  Charles Paumier (BEL) 298 3 297 9 302 15 897
7  Achille Paroche (FRA) 268 19 287 16 332 1 887
8  Franz Böckli (SUI) 294 5 300 7 289 21 883
9  Marcus Ravenswaaij (NED) 272 14 306 5 303 14 881
 Konrad Stäheli (SUI) 272 14 324 1 285 23 881
11  Auguste Cavadini (FRA) 278 10 286 17 316 7 880
 Léon Moreaux (FRA) 269 17 286 17 325 4 880
13  Hellmer Hermandsen (NOR) 280 9 290 13 308 10 878
14  Uilke Vuurman (NED) 261 22 303 6 312 8 876
15  Viggo Jensen (DEN) 277 11 290 13 308 10 875
16  Louis Richardet (SUI) 269 17 297 9 307 12 873
17  Tom Seeberg (NOR) 275 13 272 21 301 16 848
18  Henrik Sillem (NED) 249 25 281 19 317 6 847
19  Alfred Grütter (SUI) 282 7 265 25 285 23 832
20  Ole Sæther (NOR) 239 26 293 12 298 18 830
21  Maurice Lecoq (FRA) 268 19 271 22 284 25 823
22  Jules Bury (BEL) 282 7 269 24 270 28 821
23  Edouard Myin (BEL) 265 21 249 29 304 13 818
24  Olaf Frydenlund (NOR) 271 16 259 27 287 22 817
25  Antonius Bouwens (NED) 238 28 296 11 278 26 812
26  René Thomas (FRA) 254 24 259 27 295 19 808
27  Solko van den Bergh (NED) 239 26 274 20 292 20 805
28  Laurids Jensen-Kjær (DEN) 238 28 271 22 273 27 782
 Axel Kristensen (DEN) 261 22 260 26 261 30 782
30  Joseph Baras (BEL) 233 30 210 30 270 28 713

References[edit]

  • International Olympic Committee medal winners database
  • De Wael, Herman. Herman's Full Olympians: "Shooting 1900". Accessed 3 March 2006. Available electronically at [1].
  • Mallon, Bill (1998). The 1900 Olympic Games, Results for All Competitors in All Events, with Commentary. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers. ISBN 0-7864-0378-0.