|Roles||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Full name||Frank Seymour•Wright|
|Born||26 December 1878 in South Wales, New York (USA)|
|Died||13 February 1931 in Buffalo, New York (USA)|
|Affiliations||Audubon Gun Club|
Frank Wright was from Kenmore, New York, and competed at the 1920 Olympics only in the two events in which he won medals. His won his first competitions as early as in 1914, including the Canadian National Exhibition Tournament total. In the same year he also took his first New York championship, with another five to follow (1919-20, 1922, 1924-27). Wright also won the state’s doubles in 1921 and 1927 and the all-around titles in 1922 and 1925-26. In the following years, he set several records, for instance, in 1919 Wright set a one-day mark of 397 of 400 possible. Immediately after the Olympics he won the Grand American Clay Target Championship for the second consecutive time. At the 1919 Grand he was a member of the East team that won over the West. In 1984 he was inducted into the New York State Hall of Fame and in 1994 into the Trap Shooting Hall of Fame.
Wright was a member of the Buffalo Trap and Field Club and the Buffalo Elks Lodge. He earned his living as a carpenter on construction projects, which eventually caused his death. While working on a project in Buffalo, a concrete floor collapsed above him, with several floors landing on him. He survived the crash, but went into a coma, and went into hospital and never emerged from it, dying almost a year later.
|Games||Discipline (Sport) / Event||NOC / Team||Pos||Medal||As|
|1920 Summer Olympics||Shooting||USA||Frank Wright|
|Trap, Men (Olympic)||3||Bronze|
|Trap, Team, Men (Olympic)||United States||1||Gold|