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Trap, Team, Men

Date22 – 23 July 1920 — 09:30 (22-23/7)
LocationHoogboom Country Club, Kapellen
Participants49 from 8 countries
FormatThe first 90 shots were in sets of 10, 10, 15, 15, 20, and 20. After the first four sets (50 shots), only the top five Teams qualified to continue with the last 50 shots. Six-man teams. 15 metre distance. Two shots given at a target. 100 targets - 90 targets from a known trap with an unknown angle using a continuous-fire system; 10 targets from an unknown trap and unknown angle.

With the top five finishers in the individual event, the United States would be expected to dominate the team trapshooting. In fact, of the top five, one of them, Fred Plum, did not even count for the U.S. team. Of the seven stages in this event, the United States tied for the best score in one stage (the third with Belgium and Sweden), and won the other six stages. Well behind the Americans, Belgium won the silver medal and Sweden the bronze.

1United StatesUSA547Gold
Mark Arie54794
Frank Troeh54794
Horace Bonser54793
Forest McNeir54793
Frank Wright54789
Jay Clark54784
Albert Bosquet50391
Joseph Cogels503
Émile Dupont503
Henri Quersin503
Louis Van Tilt503
Edouard Feisinger503
Erik Lundquist50090
Per Kinde50086
Fredric Landelius50086
Alf Swahn50084
Karl Richter50081
Erik Sökjer-Petersén50073
4Great BritainGBR488
Harry Humby488
William Grosvenor488
William Ellicott488
George Whitaker488
Ernest Pocock488
Charles Palmer488
George Beattie47487
Sam Vance47482
William Hamilton47481
James Montgomery47478
True Oliver47476
Ben McLaren47470
Reindert de Favauge222
Cornelis van der Vliet222
Pieter Waller222
Emile Jurgens222
Frans Jurgens222
Eduardus, Baron van Voorst tot Voorst222
Christiaan Moltzer222
Oluf Wesmann-Kjær210
Nordal Lunde210
Harald Natvig210
Thorsten Johansen210
Hans Nordvik210
Ole Lilloe-Olsen210
André Fleury210
Marcel Lafitte210
Henri, Baron de Castex210
Augustin Berjat210
René Texier210
Jean, Marquis de Lareinty-Tholozan210