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Trap, Team, Men

Date9 – 11 July 1908
LocationUxendon Shooting School Club, Brent, London
Participants24 from 3 countries
FormatSix-man teams. First stage - 30 birds per shooter; Second stage - 25 birds per shooter; Third stage - 50 birds per shooter. 105 possible per shooter, 630 possible per Team.

There were four teams entered, with two from Great Britain, one from Canada and one from the Netherlands. Great Britain #1 eked out a victory over Canada by only two clays, 407-405, from a team possible of 630. Great Britain #2 was a distant third, while the Dutch team was obviously not very skilled in this event.

PosCompetitorsNOCPointsPart #1Part #2Part #3
1Great Britain 1GBR407127 (NP)96 (NP)184 (NP)Gold
Alexander Maunder 83251840
John Pike 77232232
Charles Palmer 71251234
John Postans 61161431
Frederic Moore 60221523
Percy Easte 55161524
Alfred Black DNS
George Pinchard DNS
2CanadaCAN405114 (NP)95 (NP)196 (NP)Silver
Walter Ewing 81241938
George Beattie 73201835
Arthur Westover 72221535
Mylie Fletcher 65181334
George Vivian 58181228
David McMackon 56121826
3Great Britain 2GBR372106 (NP)84 (NP)182 (NP)Bronze
George Whitaker 70
George Skinner 63
John Butt 62
William Morris 62
Henry Creasey 59
Bob Hutton 56
Frank Greaves DNS
4NetherlandsNED17490 (NP)84 (NP)
John Wilson 341717
Eduardus, Baron van Voorst tot Voorst 281513
Cornelis Viruly 281414
Franciscus, Baron van Voorst tot Voorst 341816
Rudolph, Baron van Pallandt 261412
Reindert de Favauge 241212
G. J. van der Vliet DNS
C. A. A. Dudok de Wit, Jr. DNS
Christiaan Moltzer DNS