|Date||26 July 1920 — 09:30|
|Location||Hoogboom Country Club, Kapellen|
|Participants||20 from 4 countries|
|Format||100 metres. Five-man teams, each man given 10 runs of the deer. The deer was in sight for 23 metres, covering the distance in four seconds. Individual possible 100. Team possible 500. Two shots per each run of the deer.|
The same four teams entered this event that had entered the team single shot running deer event. Norway won both team running deer events, but the other places were different. Sweden won the silver medal and Finland bronze in this event, with the United States placing fourth. In the single shot team event, Finland was second, the United States third, and Sweden fourth. This event was only contested twice at the Olympics, also in 1924, when it was won by Great Britain with Norway second.