|Type||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Full name||Ollie Martin•Schriver|
|Born||17 December 1879 in Washington, District of Columbia (USA)|
|Died||28 June 1947 in Washington, District of Columbia (USA)|
|Affiliations||US Marine Corps, (USA)|
Ollie Schriver was a gunnery sergeant in the marines in 1920. In 1905 he became the first marine to earn the distinguished marksman badge. He competed for several marine teams that won NRA championships and competed internationally for the U.S. in 1912 and 1913 at the Pan-American matches, as well as at the 1920 Olympics. At the 1924 DeWar Cup Match vs. Great Britain, Schriver led the U.S. to victory as the high man on the squad. Schriver was a career Marine Corpsman and served as his company’s trumpeteer as well as coaching the Corps’ shooters in the late 20s. He retired from the Marine Corps in May 1929, and took up a position as the official scorer for the National Rifle Association.
|1920 Summer Olympics||Shooting||Military Rifle, Prone, 600 metres, Team, Men||Olympic||United States||1||Gold||Representing United States|
|Military Rifle, 300 metres and 600 metres, Prone, Team, Men||Olympic||United States||1||Gold|
|Small-Bore Rifle, Standing, 50 metres, Men||Olympic||AC|
|Small Bore-Rifle, Standing, 50 metres, Team, Men||Olympic||United States||1||Gold|
First name is not Oliver Martin.