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Running Target, Double Shot, Men

Date 1 July 1924
StatusOlympic
LocationLe Stand de Versailles, Versailles
Participants31 from 8 countries
Format20 shots. 100 possible.

The rules were the same as in the single shot running target event, except that each shooter had to fire two shots while the deer target traversed a 23-metre opening in four seconds. Each shooter had 10 runs of the deer, or 20 shots, with a 100 possible. The event was won by Ole Lilloe-Olsen on Norway who scored 76, shooting a Krag Military Rifle. As in the single shot event, Cyril Mackworth-Praed (GBR) won the silver medal after a barrage, this time with Sweden’s Alfred Swahn.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCPointsShoot-Off
1Ole Lilloe-OlsenNOR76Gold
2Cyril Mackworth-PraedGBR7222Silver
3Alf SwahnSWE7216Bronze
4Fredric LandeliusSWE70
5Einar LibergNOR70
6Robert TikkanenFIN69
=7John BolesUSA64
=7Magnus WegeliusFIN64
=9Ray CoulterUSA62
=9Harald NatvigNOR62
=9Jalo Urho AutonenFIN62
12Walter StokesUSA60
=13Herbert PerryGBR59
=13Oluf Wesmann-KjærNOR59
=15Martti LiuttulaFIN57
=15Rudolf JelenTCH57
=15Mauritz JohanssonSWE57
18Allen WhittyGBR56
19Miloslav HlaváčTCH55
20Josef SuchardaTCH53
21Marcel AdelonFRA52
=22Ted RankenGBR51
=22André ChauvetFRA51
24Dennis FentonUSA49
=25Elemér TakácsHUN42
=25Jules MahieuFRA42
27Josef HosaTCH41
28Eugène DuflotFRA40
29Gusztáv SzomjasHUN28
30Karl-Gustaf SvenssonSWE25
ACRezső VelezHUNDNF