Shooting at the 1924 Summer Olympics – Men's 100 metre team running deer, single shots
|Men's 100 metre team running deer, single shots
at the Games of the VIII Olympiad
|Venue||Le Stand de Tir de Versailles|
|Competitors||25 from 7 nations|
|Shooting at the
1924 Summer Olympics
|25 m rapid fire pistol||men|
|50 m rifle, prone||men|
|600 m free rifle||men|
|Team free rifle||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|
|Team clay pigeons||men|
The men's 100 metre team running deer, single shots was a shooting sports event held as part of the Shooting at the 1924 Summer Olympics programme. It was the fourth appearance of the event. The competition was held on 2 July 1924 at the shooting ranges at Versailles. 25 shooters from 7 nations competed.
Every shooter fired 10 shots with points from 0 to 5 (5 was the best) so a maximum of 50 points was possible. The scores of the four shooters on each team were summed to give a team score. No further shooting was done. The maximum score was 200.
Czechoslovakia was allowed to compete with an incomplete team; only one shooter participated.
The new Olympic champion in the individual competition John Boles finished third with the American team. While the bronze medalist from the individual competition Otto Olsen was able to win the gold medal with his Norwegian team.
Six shooters were able to score at least the same score of 40 rings like the winner of the individual event. The best shooter of the team contest Ole Lilloe-Olsen improved his performance from the individual event by 10 rings from 33 to 43.
|Place||Shooter||5 pts||4 pts||3 pts||2 pts||1 pt||0 pts||Total||Rank|
|United States (USA)||7||17||13||3||-||-||148|
|Great Britain (GBR)||8||9||18||3||-||2||136|
- "Shooting at the 1924 Paris Summer Games: Men's Running Target, Single Shot, Team". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2 January 2015.
- Official Report
- Wudarski, Pawel (1999). "Wyniki Igrzysk Olimpijskich" (in Polish). Retrieved 17 December 2007.