|Date||26 July 1920 — 9:30|
|Location||Hoogboom Country Club, Kapellen|
|Participants||20 from 4 countries|
|Format||100 metres. Five-man teams, each firing 10 shots. The deer was in sight for 23 metres, covering the distance in four seconds. Individual possible 50. Team possible 250. Single shot per each run of the deer.|
Four teams entered but Norway won the gold medal easily, leading second place Finland by 19 points. Finland was only one point ahead of bronze medal winning USA, with Sweden bringing up the rear. This event was contested four times at the Olympics with Sweden winning in 1908/12 and Norway in 1920/24. The same four teams entered this event that had entered the team double shot running deer event, and Norway won both team running deer events in 1920, but the other places were different. Finland won the silver and the United States the bronze in this event, with Sweden fourth. In the double shot team event, Sweden was second, Finland third, and the United States fourth.