11 October 1874|
Islington, London, England
|Died||8 April 1940
Seaford, East Sussex, England
In the 1908 Olympics he won a gold medal in the disappearing target small-bore rifle, and was 9th in the moving target small-bore rifle event.
Four years later, he won a silver medal in the 25 metre team small-bore rifle event, was 13th in the 25 metre small-bore rifle event and 27th in the 50 metre rifle from the prone position event.
- "Sports Reference: William Styles". Sports Reference. Retrieved 2014-02-20.
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