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Not held in other editions
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Military Rifle, 300 metres And 600 metres, Prone, Team, Men

Date29 July 1920
StatusOlympic
LocationKamp Beverlo, Beverlo
Participants70 from 14 countries
Format300 and 600 metres prone. Five-man teams, each shooter with 10 shots at each distance. Team possible 600. Individual possible 120.

Fourteen nations competed in this event. The United States was a comfortable winner as they had been in three of the four team military rifle events. The did not win only in the 300 metre standing event, in which they finished second to Denmark. Norway won the silver medal, their only medal in one of the team military rifle events. Switzerland and France tied for third with 563 points. Some sources state that Switzerland and France had a shoot-off for third with Switzerland prevailing 280-276, but the tie was actually broken by comparing scores in the 600 metre portion of this event, Switzerland leading France, 281-276.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCTPIP
1United StatesUSA573Gold
Joe Jackson573116
Willis Lee573116
Ollie Schriver573115
Lloyd Spooner573113
Carl Osburn573113
2NorwayNOR565Silver
Otto Olsen565117
Østen Østensen565116
Olaf Sletten565114
Albert Helgerud565111
Jakob Onsrud565107
3SwitzerlandSUI563Bronze
Werner Schneeberger563116
Joseph Jehle563114
Weibel563114
Fritz Kuchen563111
Eugene Addor563108
4FranceFRA563
Léon Johnson563117
Achille Paroche563
Émile Rumeau563
André Parmentier563
Georges Roes563
5South AfricaRSA560
David Smith560
Bob Bodley560
Ferdinand Buchanan560
George Harvey560
Freddie Morgan560
6SwedenSWE558
Erik Blomqvist558118
Mauritz Eriksson558
Hugo Johansson558
Bror Andreasson558
Gustaf Adolf Jonsson558
7GreeceGRE553
Ioannis Theofilakis553
Alexandros Theofilakis553
Konstantinos Kefalas553
Vasileios Xylinakis553
Emmanouil Peristerakis553
8CzechoslovakiaTCH536
Rudolf Jelen536
Josef Sucharda536
Václav Kindl536
Josef Linert536
Antonín Brych536
9ItalyITA527
Ricardo Ticchi527
Raffaele Frasca527
Camillo Isnardi527
Alfredo Galli527
Sem De Ranieri527
10FinlandFIN524
Veli Nieminen524111
Kalle Lappalainen524110
Magnus Wegelius524106
Voitto Kolho524102
Vilho Vauhkonen52495
11PortugalPOR519
Hermínio Rebelo519
António dos Santos519
António Ferreira519
António Martins519
Dario Canas519
12SpainESP510
José Bento510
Antonio Bonilla510
Domingo Rodríguez510
Luis Calvet510
Antonio Moreira510
13NetherlandsNED495
Gerard van den Bergh495
Antoine Bouwens495
Herman Bouwens495
Cornelis van Dalen495
Jan Brussaard495
14BelgiumBEL469
Paul Van Asbroeck469
Conrad Adriaenssens469
Arthur Balbaert469
François Ceulemans469
Joseph Haesaerts469