Shooting at the 1920 Summer Olympics – Men's 300 and 600 metre team military rifle, prone

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Men's 300 and 600 metre team military rifle, prone
at the Games of the VII Olympiad
Venue Beverloo Camp
Date 29 July
Competitors 70 from 14 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Joseph Jackson, Willis A. Lee, Carl Osburn, Oliver Schriver, Lloyd Spooner
 United States
2nd, silver medalist(s) Albert Helgerud, Otto Olsen, Jacob Onsrud, Østen Østensen, Olaf Sletten
 Norway
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Eugene Addor, Joseph Jehle, Fritz Kuchen, Werner Schneeberger, Weibel
 Switzerland
Shooting at the
1920 Summer Olympics
Shooting pictogram.svg
30 m military pistol men
Team 30 m military pistol men
50 m free pistol men
Team 50 m free pistol men
50 m small-bore rifle men
Team 50 m small-bore rifle men
300 m free rifle, 3 positions men
Team free rifle men
300 m military rifle, prone men
Team 300 m military rifle, prone men
300 m military rifle, standing men
Team 300 m military rifle, standing men
600 m military rifle, prone men
Team 600 m military rifle, prone men
Team 300 + 600 m military rifle, prone men
100 m running deer, single shots men
Team 100 m running deer, single shots men
100 m running deer, double shots men
Team 100 m running deer, double shots men
Trap men
Team clay pigeons men

The men's 300 and 600 metre team military rifle, prone was a shooting sports event held as part of the Shooting at the 1920 Summer Olympics programme. It was the third (and last) appearance for military rifle events but the first time that medals were awarded for teams in the prone position. The competition was held on 29 July 1920. 70 shooters from 14 nations competed.[1]

Results[edit]

The scores of the five shooters were summed to give a team score. The maximum score was 600.

Place Shooter Score
1
 United States (USA) 573
Joseph Jackson 116
Willis Augustus Lee 116
Oliver Schriver 115
Lloyd Spooner 113
Carl Osburn 113
2
 Norway (NOR) 565
Otto Olsen 117
Østen Østensen 116
Olaf Sletten 114
Albert Helgerud 111
Jacob Onsrud 107
3
 Switzerland (SUI) 563
Werner Schneeberger 116
Joseph Jehle 114
Weibel 114
Fritz Kuchen 111
Eugene Addor 108
4
 France (FRA) 563
Léon Johnson 117
Achille Paroche
Émile Rumeau
André Parmentier
Georges Roes
5
 South Africa (RSA) 560
David Smith
Robert Bodley
Ferdinand Buchanan
George Harvey
Fred Morgan
6
 Sweden (SWE) 558
Erik Blomqvist 118
Mauritz Eriksson
Hugo Johansson
Bror Andreasson
Gustaf Adolf Jonsson
7
 Greece (GRE) 553
Ioannis Theofilakis
Alexandros Theofilakis
Konstantinos Kefalas
Vasileios Xylinakis
Emmanouil Peristerakis
8
 Czechoslovakia (TCH) 536
Rudolf Jelen
Josef Sucharda
Václav Kindl
Josef Linert
Antonín Brych
9
 Italy (ITA) 527
Ricardo Ticchi
Raffaele Frasca
Camillo Isnardi
Alfredo Galli
Sem De Ranieri
10
 Finland (FIN) 524
Veli Nieminen 111
Kalle Lappalainen 110
Karl Magnus Wegelius 106
Voitto Kolho 102
Vilho Vauhkonen 95
11
 Portugal (POR) 519
Hermínio Rebelo
António dos Santos
António Ferreira
António Martins
Dario Canas
12
 Spain (ESP) 510
José Bento
Antonio Bonilla
Domingo Rodríguez
Luis Calvet
Antonio Moreira
13
 Netherlands (NED) 495
Gerard van den Bergh
Antonius Bouwens
Herman Bouwens
Cornelis van Dalen
Jan Brussaard
14
 Belgium (BEL) 469
Paul Van Asbroeck
Conrad Adriaenssens
Arthur Balbaert
François Ceulemans
Joseph Haesaerts

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