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1908  London Summer Olympics

1908 Summer Olympics - The Results (Shooting)

Shooting at the 1908 London Summer Games

 

  

Host City: London, Great Britain
Date Started: July 8, 1908
Date Finished: July 11, 1908
Events: 15

Participants: 215 (215 men and 0 women) from 14 countries
Youngest Participant: FRA Henri Bonnefoy (20 years, 268 days)
Oldest Participant: GBR Harry Munday (61 years, 59 days)
Most Medals (Athlete): GBR Ted Ranken and SWE Oscar Swahn (3 medals)
Most Medals (Country): GBR Great Britain (21 medals)

Participating nations

A total of 215 shooters from 14 nations

competed at the London Games:

  •  Australasia (1)
  •  Belgium (10)
  •  Canada (22)
  •  Denmark (10)
  •  Finland (9)
  •  France (20)
  •  Germany (1)
  •  Great Britain (67)
  •  Greece (7)
  •  Hungary (2)
  •  Netherlands (17)
  •  Norway (13)
  •  Sweden (19)
  •  United States (17)
  

Overview

The [Bisley rifle range] was the home of British shooting and it proved a suitable location for the 1908 Olympic shooting, with the trap shooting being the only events held elsewhere - at the [Uxendon Shooting School Club]. The trap shooting took place over four days - 8-11 July, while the other shooting events took place over 3 days, 9-11 July. The shooting events were basically separated into five categories: 1) long-range rifle shooting, 2) small-bore rifle shooting, 3) pistol shooting, 4) running deer shooting, and 5) trap shooting.

The weather was clear and good on Wednesday, 8 July, the first day of trap shooting. But otherwise, the weather was noted to be poor and very difficult on the shooters. It was windy, cool, cloudy, dark, and rainy throughout the last three days of the competition.

  

Medal summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1000 yd free rifle  Joshua Millner (GBR)  Kellogg Casey (USA)  Maurice Blood (GBR)
300 m free rifle, three positions  Albert Helgerud (NOR)  Harry Simon (USA)  Ole Sæther (NOR)
300 m free rifle, team  Norway (NOR)
Julius Braathe
Albert Helgerud
Einar Liberg
Olaf Sæther
Ole Sæther
Gudbrand Skatteboe
 Sweden (SWE)
Per-Olof Arvidsson
Janne Gustafsson
Axel Jansson
Gustaf Adolf Jonsson
Claës Rundberg
Gustav-Adolf Sjöberg
 France (FRA)
Eugène Balme
Raoul de Boigne
Albert Courquin
Léon Johnson
Maurice Lecoq
André Parmentier
Team military rifle  United States (USA)
Charles Benedict
Kellogg Casey
Ivan Eastman
William Leuschner
William Martin
Charles Winder
 Great Britain (GBR)
Arthur Fulton
John Martin
Harcourt Ommundsen
Walter Padgett
Philip Richardson
Fleetwood Varley
 Canada (CAN)
Charles Crowe
William Eastcott
Harry Kerr
Dugald McInnis
William Smith
Bruce Williams
Stationary target small-bore rifle  Arthur Carnell (GBR)  Harold Humby (GBR)  George Barnes (GBR)
Moving target small-bore rifle  John Fleming (GBR)  Maurice Matthews (GBR)  William Marsden (GBR)
Disappearing target small-bore rifle  William Styles (GBR)  Harold Hawkins (GBR)  Edward Amoore (GBR)
Team small-bore rifle  Great Britain (GBR)
Edward Amoore
Harold Humby
Maurice Matthews
William Pimm
 Sweden (SWE)
Eric Carlberg
Vilhelm Carlberg
Johan Hübner von Holst
Franz-Albert Schartau
 France (FRA)
Henri Bonnefoy
Paul Colas
Léon Lécuyer
André Regaud
Single-shot running deer  Oscar Swahn (SWE)  Ted Ranken (GBR)  Alexander Rogers (GBR)
Double-shot running deer  Walter Winans (USA)  Ted Ranken (GBR)  Oscar Swahn (SWE)
Team single-shot running deer  Sweden (SWE)
Arvid Knöppel
Ernst Rosell
Alfred Swahn
Oscar Swahn
 Great Britain (GBR)
William Ellicott
William Russell Lane-Joynt
Charles Nix
Ted Ranken
none awarded
Individual pistol (50 yard free pistol)  Paul Van Asbroeck (BEL)  Réginald Storms (BEL)  James Gorman (USA)

Team pistol

(50 yard free pistol, team)

 United States (USA)
Charles Axtell
Irving Calkins
John Dietz
James Gorman
 Belgium (BEL)
René Englebert
Charles Paumier du Verger
Réginald Storms
Paul Van Asbroeck
 Great Britain (GBR)
Geoffrey Coles
William Ellicott
Henry Lynch-Staunton
Jesse Wallingford
Individual trap shooting  Walter Ewing (CAN)  George Beattie (CAN)  Alexander Maunder (GBR)
 Anastasios Metaxas (GRE)
Team trap shooting  Great Britain (GBR)
Peter Easte
Alexander Maunder
Frank Moore
Charles Palmer
James Pike
John Postans
 Canada (CAN)
George Beattie
Walter Ewing
Mylie Fletcher
David McMackon
George Vivian
Arthur Westover
 Great Britain (GBR)
John Butt
Harold Creasey
Richard Hutton
William Morris
Gerald Skinner
George Whitaker
  

Medal table

 
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Great Britain (GBR) 6 7 8 21
2  United States (USA) 3 2 1 6
3  Sweden (SWE) 2 2 1 5
4  Norway (NOR) 2 0 1 3
5  Canada (CAN) 1 2 1 4
6  Belgium (BEL) 1 2 0 3
7  France (FRA) 0 0 2 2
8  Greece (GRE) 0 0 1 1
Totals (8 nations) 15 15 15 45
 

Men's Free Pistol, 50 yards

 Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Bisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Date Started: July 10, 1908
Date Finished: July 10, 1908
Format: 50 yards. 60 shots per shooter. Individual possible 600.

Competitors 43from 7 nations

Summary

This competition came down to [Paul Van Asbroeck] and [Jim Gorman], who would also post the highest individual scores in the team free pistol event, with Gorman besting Van Asbroeck in that event. Gorman was the last man to shoot but came in behind Van Asbroeck and his teammate, [Réginald Storms]. After the scores were announced, Gorman protested, claiming a double, noting that one of his bullets had gone through a previous hole. The protest was considered but disallowed the next day, and Van Asbroeck won the gold medal, Gorman the bronze.

Results

Sixty shots were fired at a distance of 50 yards. Each hit counted between 1 and 10 points, for a total maximum score of 600.

Place Shooter Score
1  Paul Van Asbroeck (BEL) 490
2  Réginald Storms (BEL) 487
3  James Gorman (USA) 485
4  Charles Axtell (USA) 480
5  Jesse Wallingford (GBR) 467
6  André Barbillat (FRA) 466
7  William Ellicott (GBR) 458
8  Irving Calkins (USA) 457
9  John Dietz (USA) 455
10  André Regaud (FRA) 451
11  Geoffrey Coles (GBR) 449
12  Jacob van der Kop (NED) 447
13  Henry Lynch-Staunton (GBR) 443
14  William Russell Lane-Joynt (GBR) 442
15  René Englebert (BEL) 441
16  William Newton (GBR) 440
17  Léon Moreaux (FRA) 438
18  Franz-Albert Schartau (SWE) 436
19  Thomas LeBoutillier (USA) 436
20  Vilhelm Carlberg (SWE) 432
21  Reginald Sayre (USA) 430
22  Jean Depassio (FRA) 427
23  Charles Wirgman (GBR) 425
24  Piet ten Bruggen Cate (NED) 421
25  Frangiskos Mavrommatis (GRE) 419
26  Alexandros Theofilakis (GRE) 409
27  Johan Hübner von Holst (SWE) 408
28  Peter Jones (GBR) 407
29  Ioannis Theofilakis (GRE) 406
30  Léon Lécuyer (FRA) 401
31  James Le Fevre (GBR) 399
32  Defkalion Rediadis (GRE) 397
33  Eric Carlberg (SWE) 396
34  Maurice Robion du Pont (FRA) 391
35  Otto von Rosen (SWE) 386
36  Jan de Blécourt (NED) 381
37  Jacques Pinchart (BEL) 372
38  Walter W. Winans (USA) 368
39  Henry Munday (GBR) 358
40  Gerard van den Bergh (NED) 343
41  Christiaan Brosch (NED) 337
42  John Bashford (GBR) 329
43  Antonie de Gee (NED) 226

Men's Free Pistol, 50 yards, Team

Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Bisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Date Started: July 11, 1908
Date Finished: July 11, 1908
Format: 50 yards. Four man teams. 60 shots per shooter; 240 shots per team. Individual possible 600. Team possible 2,400.

Competitors 28from 7 nations

Summary

The United States' team won with relative ease. The captain of the U.S. pistol team, Dr. Reginald Sayre, commented, "The weather conditions were bad, and I should say that the shooting was only up to our average practice. [Gorman]'s victory over [Van Asbroeck] today was a source of great satisfaction to us, however. The Continentals certainly had the advantage over us. Most of them used longer barrels than are permitted in the United States and also hair triggers. We have to pull at least two pounds in excess of them. The continental weapons are very superior for such a match as was shot today, but the better marksmanship of our team counteracted everything.) Sayre also expressed gratitude at the reception accorded the American shooters in London.

The men's team revolver and pistol competition was one of 15 shooting sports events on the Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme. Teams consisted of four shooters. 60 shots were fired by each shooter at a distance of 50 yards. Each hit counted between 1 and 10 points, for an individual maximum score of 600 and a team maximum of 2400 points.

Results

Place Nation Shooter Score
1  United States (USA) Team total 1914
James Gorman 501
Irving Calkins 473
John Dietz 472
Charles Axtell 468
2  Belgium (BEL) Team total 1863
Paul Van Asbroeck 493
Réginald Storms 477
Charles Paumier du Verger 462
René Englebert 431
3  Great Britain (GBR) Team total 1817
Jesse Wallingford 477
Geoffrey Coles 459
Henry Lynch-Staunton 446
William Ellicott 435
4  France (FRA) Team total 1750
André Barbillat 463
André Regaud 440
Léon Moreaux 436
Jean Depassio 411
5  Sweden (SWE) Team total 1732
Vilhelm Carlberg 471
Eric Carlberg 462
Johan Hübner von Holst 416
Franz-Albert Schartau 383
6  Netherlands (NED) Team total 1632
Jacob van der Kop 449
Gerard van den Bergh 401
Jan de Blécourt 398
Piet ten Bruggen Cate 384
7  Greece (GRE) Team total 1576
Frangiskos Mavrommatis 419
Alexandros Theofilakis 401
Ioannis Theofilakis 398
Georgios Orphanidis 358

Men's Free Rifle, Three Positions, 300 metres

Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Bisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Date Started: July 11, 1908
Date Finished: July 11, 1908
Format: 300 metres. 120 shots (40 standing, 40 kneeling, 40 prone). 1,200 possible.

Competitors 51from 10 nations

Summary

Norway's [Albert Helgerud] won this event by 22 points over American [Harry Simon]. Simon, who used a standard issue Springfield rifle, was actually far better in the kneeling and prone phases, but Helgerud defeated him by 49 points in the standing position. Helgrud's teammate [Ole Sæther] won the bronze medal, 4 points behind Simon, despite leading him by 44 point in standing shooting. Helgerud competed in Olympic shooting in 1906, 1908, 1912, and 1920, finishing his career with seven medals and two gold medals, both won in 1908. Sæther competed at the 1900, 1908, and 1912 Olympics, winning four medals and a team gold in this weapon in 1908.

The men's free rifle at 300 metres was one of 15 events on the shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme. The competition was held on Saturday, 11 July 1908. Fifty-one sport shooters from ten nations competed

Results

Each shooter fired 120 shots at the target 300 metres distant. Forty shots were fired from each of three positions—standing, kneeling, and prone. Each hit could score between 1 and 10 points, with the highest possible score being 1200 points.

Place Shooter Score
Standing Kneeling Prone Total
1  Albert Helgerud (NOR) 277 292 340 909
2  Harry Simon (USA) 228 294 365 887
3  Ole Sæther (NOR) 272 284 327 883
4  Gustav-Adolf Sjöberg (SWE) 251 285 338 874
5  Janne Gustafsson (SWE) 265 283 324 872
6  Julius Braathe (NOR) 257 291 303 851
7  Axel Jansson (SWE) 235 296 312 843
8  Léon Johnson (FRA) 250 282 303 835
9  Olaf Sæther (NOR) 240 291 299 830
10  Jesse Wallingford (GBR) 201 303 324 828
11  Maurice Blood (GBR) 201 290 334 825
12  Per-Olof Arvidsson (SWE) 236 277 310 823
13  Georg Erdmann (NOR) 234 277 310 821
14  Lars Jørgen Madsen (DEN) 236 294 283 813
15  Gustaf Adolf Jonsson (SWE) 226 267 319 812
16  Edward Green (USA) 190 276 326 792
17  Voitto Kolho (FIN) 231 269 288 788
18  Christian Pedersen (DEN) 191 278 311 780
19  Kolbjørn Kvam (NOR) 234 267 276 777
20  Alexander Jackson (GBR) 187 249 335 771
21  Hans Schultz (DEN) 223 257 289 769
22  Pieter van Waas (NED) 188 285 295 768
23  Fredrik Mossberg (SWE) 174 288 299 761
24  Olivius Skymoen (NOR) 206 240 314 760
25  Paul Colas (FRA) 231 233 293 759
26  Robert Hawkins (GBR) 189 273 301 752
 Per Olaf Olsen (NOR) 222 237 293 752
28  Erik Ohlsson (SWE) 174 271 306 751
29  John Hession (USA) 176 233 337 746
30  Frans Nässling (FIN) 221 244 268 733
31  Maurice Lecoq (FRA) 196 280 254 730
32  Piet ten Bruggen Cate (NED) 216 238 271 726
33  Niels Laursen (DEN) 202 224 286 712
34  André Angelini (FRA) 154 247 305 706
35  Ernest Ista (BEL) 169 232 300 701
36  Fernand Rey (BEL) 169 245 284 698
37  Huvi Tuiskunen (FIN) 193 246 256 697
38  Heikki Huttunen (FIN) 204 212 270 686
39  Lauri Kolho (FIN) 171 236 265 672
40  Henry Chaney (GBR) 140 240 291 671
41  Emil Nässling (FIN) 204 234 219 657
42  Poul Liebst (DEN) 187 197 261 645
43  Sándor Prokopp (HUN) 144 236 247 627
44  Gustav Nyman (FIN) 200 166 249 615
45  Karl Reilin (FIN) 217 174 193 584
46  Heikki Hallamaa (FIN) 165 181 230 576
47  Mathias Glomnes (NOR) 250 313 563
48  Niels Christian Christensen (DEN) 202 299 501
49  István Móricz (HUN) 122 179 189 490
50  Ossian Jörgensen (SWE) 112 308 420
51  Lorents Jensen (DEN) 46 275 321

Men's Free Rifle, Three Positions, 300 metres, Team

Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Bisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Date Started: July 9, 1908
Date Finished: July 10, 1908
Format: 300 metres. 6-man teams. 120 shots (40 standing, 40 kneeling, 40 prone) per shooter. Individual possible 1,200. Team possible 7,200.

Competitors 54from 9 nations

Summary

This was the first shooting event contested at the 1908 Olympics. The match began on 9 July in clear, but windy weather. The wind quartered against the shooters from the left and teams using light rifles, especially Finland, were hampered. A variety of rifles were used. Finland used the light Mofferd rifle, Sweden used the Mauser government issue, Denmark used the Krag-Jørgensen, Greece and the Netherlands used the Mannlicher, while France used the Swiss Martini rifle. The wind died down during the afternoon and the shooting improved. Darkness fell, however, and the match could not be finished. It was concluded the next day in very wet, windy weather. The winning Norwegian team used private match rifles.

The men's team free rifle at 300 metres was one of 15 events on the shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme. The competition was held on Thursday, 9 July 1908 and on Friday, 10 July 1908. Fifty-four sport shooters from nine nations competed

Medalists

Gold Silver Bronze
 Norway (NOR)
Julius Braathe
Albert Helgerud
Einar Liberg
Olaf Sæther
Ole Sæther
Gudbrand Skatteboe
 Sweden (SWE)
Per-Olof Arvidsson
Janne Gustafsson
Axel Jansson
Gustaf Adolf Jonsson
Claës Rundberg
Gustav-Adolf Sjöberg
 France (FRA)
Eugène Balme
Raoul de Boigne
Albert Courquin
Léon Johnson
Maurice Lecoq
André Parmentier

Results

Teams consisted of six shooters, with each shooter firing 120 shots at the target 300 metres distant. 40 shots were fired from each of three positions—standing, kneeling, and prone. A bulls-eye counted for 10 points, and thus the highest possible score for each shooter was 1200 points, with the team maximum being 7200.

Place Nation Shooter Score
Standing Kneeling Prone Total
1  Norway (NOR) Team total 1549 1651 1855 5055
Albert Helgerud 259 303 312 874
Ole Sæther 274 281 310 865
Gudbrand Skatteboe 247 277 317 841
Olaf Sæther 237 283 320 840
Julius Braathe 249 272 305 826
Einar Liberg 283 235 291 809
2  Sweden (SWE) Team total 1267 1566 1878 4711
Gustaf Adolf Jonsson 238 289 313 840
Per-Olof Arvidsson 233 268 311 812
Axel Jansson 228 263 310 801
Gustav-Adolf Sjöberg 210 238 312 760
Claës Rundberg 160 265 334 759
Janne Gustafsson 198 243 298 739
3  France (FRA) Team total 1250 1539 1863 4652
Léon Johnson 225 313 298 836
Eugène Balme 230 250 321 801
André Parmentier 206 264 303 773
Albert Courquin 203 235 330 768
Maurice Lecoq 222 240 294 756
Raoul de Boigne 164 237 317 718
4  Denmark (DEN) Team total 1244 1534 1765 4543
Niels Andersen 163 249 313 725
Lars Jørgen Madsen 240 297 279 816
Ole Olsen 214 257 283 754
Niels Christian Christensen 209 249 294 752
Christian Pedersen 227 224 297 748
Hans Schultz 191 258 299 748
5  Belgium (BEL) Team total 1229 1507 1773 4509
Charles Paumier du Verger 217 296 313 826
Paul Van Asbroeck 222 237 328 787
Ernest Ista 224 270 292 786
Henri Sauveur 206 241 319 766
Joseph Geens 215 259 266 740
Édouard Poty 145 204 255 604
6  Great Britain (GBR) Team total 999 1519 1837 4355
Jesse Wallingford 188 284 317 789
Harold Hawkins 201 268 307 776
Charles Churcher 162 270 328 760
Thomas Raddall 195 246 313 754
James Bostock 126 246 296 668
Robert Brown 127 205 276 608
7  Netherlands (NED) Team total 965 1427 1738 4130
Gerard van den Bergh 176 273 302 751
Christiaan Brosch 179 234 295 708
Cornelis van Altenburg 149 249 291 689
Antonie de Gee 164 254 266 684
Uilke Vuurman 145 231 277 653
Jan Brussaard 152 186 307 645
8  Finland (FIN) Team total 1182 1324 1456 3962
Frans Nässling 222 253 242 717
Gustav Nyman 199 249 252 700
Heikki Huttunen 184 221 239 644
Voitto Kolho 209 216 217 642
Emil Nässling 181 190 266 637
Huvi Tuiskunen 187 195 240 622
9  Greece (GRE) Team total 848 1311 1630 3789
Ioannis Theofilakis 162 248 302 712
Matthias Triantafyllidis 149 227 277 653
Alexandros Theofilakis 160 216 269 645
Georgios Orphanidis 117 242 263 622
Defkalion Rediadis 155 190 274 619
Frangiskos Mavrommatis 105 188 245 538

Men's Free Rifle, 1,000 Yards

Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Bisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Date Started: July 9, 1908
Date Finished: July 9, 1908
Format: 1,000 yards. 20 shots. 100 possible.

Competitors 50from 8 nations

Summary

[Joshua Millner] was 61 years old, having started his shooting career in 1871 and distinguishing himself on the first British Palma team in 1876. Representing the Irish Ulster Rifle Association, he used a match rifle based on a Mannlicher action with a British service barrel and a Blood telescopic sight. He used a British .303 cartridge with a pointed 225-grain bullet at a muzzle velocity of 2,200 feet/second (670.5 mps). Millner shot in the )back position), lying on his back with his feet pointed at the target, knees drawn up and the rifle supported by his feet.

The men's free rifle at 1000 yards was one of 15 events on the Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme. Each shooter fired 20 shots at the target 1000 yards (914 m). A bulls-eye was worth 5 points, so the maximum possible score was 100.

Results

Place Shooter Score
1  Joshua Millner (GBR) 98
2  Kellogg Casey (USA) 93
3  Maurice Blood (GBR) 92
4  Richard Barnett (GBR) 92
 Ted Ranken (GBR) 92
6  Thomas Caldwell (GBR) 91
 John Sellars (GBR) 91
 Harry Kerr (CAN) 91
9  Charles Crowe (CAN) 90
 Fred Utton (CAN) 90
11  Sydney Brown (CAN) 89
 William Leushner (USA) 89
13  Charles Benedict (USA) 88
 Ivan Eastman (USA) 88
 Charles Jeffers (USA) 88
16  Thomas Fremantle (GBR) 87
 Dugald McInnes (CAN) 87
 Charles Winder (USA) 87
19  Raoul de Boigne (FRA) 86
 Frank Morris (CAN) 86
 Harry Simon (USA) 86
 Percy Whitehead (GBR) 86
23  André Angelini (FRA) 85
24  Edward Green (USA) 84
 John Hession (USA) 84
 John Hopton (GBR) 84
27  James Freeborn (CAN) 83
28  Jørgen Bru (NOR) 82
 Paul Colas (FRA) 82
 Thomas Elmitt (CAN) 82
 James Jones (CAN) 82
 Alexander Rogers (GBR) 82
33  Arthur Martin (CAN) 79
34  Ossian Jörgensen (SWE) 77
35  Léon Hecht (FRA) 75
 George Rowe (CAN) 75
37  Arthur Steele (CAN) 74
38  Daniel Mérillon (FRA) 69
39  Léon Moreaux (FRA) 67
40  Georg Erdmann (NOR) 61
41  Asmund Enger (NOR) 58
 Kolbjørn Kvam (NOR) 58
43  Erik Ohlsson (SWE) 54
44  Fredrik Mossberg (SWE) 48
45  Alexandros Theofilakis (GRE) 30
46  Ernst Rosell (SWE) 27
47  Mathias Glomnes (NOR) 26
48  Léon Tétart (FRA) 21
49  Ernst Wagner-Hohenlobbese (GER) 12
50  Olivius Skymoen (NOR) DNF

Men's Military Rifle, 200/500/600/800/900/1,000 Yards, Team

Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Bisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Date Started: July 10, 1908
Date Finished: July 11, 1908
Format: 15 shots at each distance. Individual possible 75 at each distance. Total individual possible of 450. Team possible of 450 at each distance. Total Team possible of 2,700. The rifle was required to be the National Military Arm of any country. Any position allowed.

Competitors 48from 8 nations

Summary

Although nine teams were entered, only eight competed. The ninth team was Russia which never withdrew and actually tried to compete. In 1908, as today, most nations in the world used the Gregorian Calendar, but unlike today, a few nations used the older Julian Calendar. Russia was one of the nations using the Julian Calendar, which differed by 13 days from the Gregorian Calendar. The Russian shooters, thinking that The International team match was to begin on 10 July in the Julian Calendar, arrived shortly before that date, which equated to 23 July by the Gregorian Calendar. Unfortunately, they found that The International team match had been completed and all the shooters had by now left Bisley.

This was a very closely fought contest on the first day with the United States team holding a narrow lead over the British team - 1,291 to 1,281. But on the second day, the U.S. shooters continued to post marginally better scores than the British and won by 34 points. The weather was terrible on both days, but especially so on the second with wind varying from 12-20 mph (5.3-8.9 mps), low cloud cover and rain flurries off and on all day.

The men's team military rifle, also referred to as the International, was one of 15 events on the Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme. Teams consisted of six shooters, with each shooter firing 90 shots at targets at varying distances. 15 shots were fired at each of 6 distances: 200, 500, 600, 800, 900, and 1,000 yards (910 m). A bulls-eye counted for 5 points, and thus the highest possible score for each shooter was 450 points, with the team maximum being 2700.

Each shooter was required to use his nation's official military rifle.

Results

Place Nation Shooter Score
200 yd (180 m) 500 yd (460 m) 600 yd (550 m) 800 yd (730 m) 900 yd (820 m) 1,000 yd (910 m) Total
1  United States (USA) Team total 428 438 425 436 405 399 2531
William Leushner 71 75 73 73 67 71 430
William Martin 71 74 72 73 71 69 430
Charles Winder 69 74 72 73 72 69 429
Kellogg Casey 74 71 69 73 67 69 423
Ivan Eastman 70 74 70 71 67 60 412
Charles Benedict 73 70 69 73 61 61 407
2  Great Britain (GBR) Team total 419 436 426 433 399 383 2497
Harcourt Ommundsen 68 74 73 72 70 67 424
Fleetwood Varley 72 75 71 71 67 67 423
Arthur Fulton 71 70 71 75 65 65 417
Philip Richardson 68 73 70 72 64 66 413
Walter Padgett 70 73 69 71 68 59 410
John Martin 70 71 72 72 66 59 410
3  Canada (CAN) Team total 412 418 414 434 394 367 2439
William Smith 71 72 70 75 72 61 421
Charles Crowe 69 66 71 74 65 70 415
Bruce Williams 71 74 70 74 65 70 414
Dugald McInnes 68 73 73 74 65 60 413
William Eastcott 69 63 65 70 64 61 392
Harry Kerr 64 70 65 67 61 57 384
4  France (FRA) Team total 397 417 378 401 373 306 2227[2]
Raoul de Boigne 70 72 65 67 60 51 385
Albert Courquin 67 68 68 62 58 60 383
Eugène Balme 70 71 65 65 65 43 379
Daniel Mérillon 59 65 60 68 61 50 376[2]
Léon Hecht 64 70 63 72 65 55 376[2]
André Parmentier 67 71 57 67 64 47 373
5  Sweden (SWE) Team total 423 425 381 378 337 269 2213
Claës Rundberg 72 75 64 66 57 54 388
Ossian Jörgensen 68 73 71 67 56 57 382
Janne Gustafsson 70 69 63 64 59 51 376
Per-Olof Arvidsson 72 74 66 68 50 44 374
Axel Jansson 69 69 61 59 58 35 351
Gustaf Adolf Jonsson 72 65 66 54 57 28 342
6  Norway (NOR) Team total 396 391 386 394 329 296 2192
Ole Sæther 65 69 68 67 63 53 385
Einar Liberg 70 70 70 65 54 46 375
Gudbrand Skatteboe 63 61 61 67 58 59 369
Albert Helgerud 65 63 60 67 49 58 362
Mathias Glomnes 69 58 63 59 52 51 352
Jørgen Bru 64 70 64 69 53 29 349
7  Greece (GRE) Team total 384 385 357 316 282 275 1999
Ioannis Theofilakis 70 68 59 65 48 47 357
Frangiskos Mavrommatis 66 63 62 60 60 38 349
Alexandros Theofilakis 64 71 65 64 32 53 349
Georgios Orphanidis 60 62 59 40 48 56 325
Matthias Triantafyllidis 62 60 56 50 51 35 314
Defkalion Rediadis 62 61 56 37 43 46 305
8  Denmark (DEN) Team total 375 359 369 307 279 220 1909
Niels Andersen 65 60 63 68 53 43 352
Niels Christian Christensen 67 67 64 49 42 44 333
Lorents Jensen 60 56 59 57 48 46 326
Niels Laursen 56 52 58 64 43 36 309
Julius Hillemann-Jensen 65 60 62 48 45 27 307
Ole Olsen 62 64 63 21 48 24 282

Men's Small-Bore Rifle, Prone, 50 and 100 yards

Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Bisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Date Started: July 11, 1908
Date Finished: July 11, 1908
Format: Prone position. 50 yards and 100 yards. 40 shots at each distance. 200 possible at each distance, 400 total possible.

Competitors 19from 5 nations

Summary

In a very controversial event, [Arthur Carnell] eventually led a British sweep of the first nine places. But Carnell did not have the highest score in this event. That honor was left to British shooter [Philip Plater], who is not actually considered to have even taken part.

The limit for entrants per nation in all individual shooting events was 12. But the entry forms for [George Barnes], the eventual bronze medalist, were lost, and Plater was named as the 12th British entrant in his place. However, an extension of the deadline for entries was made and Barnes's application was eventually accepted. On the day of the competition, the British team officials lost count of the number of British shooters who had competed in this event. With only -hour to go before the time limit, they called on Plater to shoot, thinking he was the 12th British shooter in the small-bore rifle when, in fact, he was the 13th - one beyond the limit. In varying light, a gusty wind, and fine drizzle, he fired his 80 rounds in less than 30 minutes, scoring 391, the leading score and a new world record. In the initial results issued by the National Rifle Association, and published in The Sporting Life, Plater was listed as the winner.

 

But the error of Britain having 13 competitors was then discovered and it took several days to sort out the error. It was not certain if Plater's or Barnes' mark would be deleted from the official results, but eventually Plater was declared an unofficial entrant and not given an Olympic medal. But in October 1908, Philip Plater was presented a special gold medal and a record diploma by the British Olympic Council.

The men's stationary target small-bore rifle, also referred to as the miniature rifle competition, was one of 15 events on the Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme. Regulation of the equipment used in the event was done through proscribing ammunition weighing more than 140 grains, with a velocity of more than 1,450 feet per second, or having a hard metal base. Each shooter fired 80 shots, half at 50 yards and half at 100 yards. Maximum score for a shot was 5 points, giving a maximum total possible of 400 points.

Twelve competitors from each nation were allowed to take part. Because of a delay in the arrival of Barnes' registration, the British team registered Philip Plater as a replacement. The original registration later arrived, resulting in Britain having 13 entrants. Further confusion on the day of competition resulted in all 13 shooting, Plater going last. Plater, who had scored 391 points to place first in the event and set a world record, was ruled to have been the illegal competitor and his score was invalidated

Results

Place Shooter Score
50 yd 100 yd Total
1  Arthur Carnell (GBR) 192 195 387
2  Harold Humby (GBR) 197 189 386
3  George Barnes (GBR) 189 196 385
4  Maurice Matthews (GBR) 195 189 384
5  Edward Amoore (GBR) 194 189 383
6  William Pimm (GBR) 192 187 379
7  Albert Taylor (GBR) 189 187 376
8  Harold Hawkins (GBR) 185 189 374
9  Jack Warner (GBR) 191 182 373
10  Vilhelm Carlberg (SWE) 184 186 370
 Arthur Wilde (GBR) 194 176 370
12  James Milne (GBR) 182 186 368
13  André Mercier (FRA) 178 188 366
14  William Milne (GBR) 183 180 363
15  Georgios Orphanidis (GRE) 180 177 357
16  William Hill (ANZ) 183 171 354
17  Léon Tétart (FRA) 176 174 350
18  Johan Hübner von Holst (SWE) 172 177 349
19  Henri Bonnefoy (FRA) 147 157 304
Ineligible  Philip Plater (GBR) 195 196 391

Men's Small-Bore Rifle, 50 and 100 yards, Team

Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Bisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Date Started: July 11, 1908
Date Finished: July 11, 1908
Format: Prone position. 50 yards and 100 yards. Four-man teams. 20 shots at each distance per shooter; 80 shots at each distance per team.

Competitors 12from 3 nations

Summary

Only three teams entered so all the shooters became medalists. Great Britain won the event with 771 points, leading Sweden by 34 points, with France placing third, and last, with 710 points. This is the only time the event has ever been on the Olympic Program.

The men's team small-bore rifle was one of 15 events on the Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme. Teams consisted of four shooters. Regulation of the equipment used in the event was done through proscribing ammunition weighing more than 140 grains, with a velocity of more than 1,450 feet per second, or having a hard metal base. Each shooter fired 40 shots, half at 50 yards and half at 100 yards. Maximum score for a shot was 5 points, giving a maximum total possible of 200 points per shooter or 800 per team.

Results

Place Nation Shooter Score
50 yd 100 yd Total
1  Great Britain (GBR) Team total 387 384 771
Maurice Matthews 98 98 196
Harold Humby 97 97 194
William Pimm 99 93 192
Edward Amoore 93 96 189
2  Sweden (SWE) Team total 373 364 737
Vilhelm Carlberg 95 92 187
Franz-Albert Schartau 96 90 186
Johan Hübner von Holst 94 90 184
Eric Carlberg 88 92 180
3  France (FRA) Team total 359 351 710
Paul Colas 96 93 189
André Regaud 91 95 186
Léon Lécuyer 85 84 169
Henri Bonnefoy 87 79 166

Men's Small-Bore Rifle, Disappearing Target, 25 yards

Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Bisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Date Started: July 11, 1908
Date Finished: July 11, 1908
Format: 25 yards. Disappearing target. The target appeared 15 times over a 10 foot (3.05 metres) run for four seconds, one shot per run. Individual possible 45.

Competitors22from 5 nations

 

Summary

Nine athletes tied for first with perfect scores in this event. The places were decided by a count-back and examination of the targets. The winner, [William Styles], returned as a member of the 1912 British Olympic shooting team and won a silver medal in the small-bore rifle team event.

The men's disappearing target small-bore rifle was one of 15 events on the Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme. Regulation of the equipment used in the event was done through allowing the use of .22 or .297/.230 caliber ammunition. The target used was a three-quarter length silhouette, 4 inches high and 1.5 wide. It would appear at a distance of 25 yards for three seconds and then disappear for five until it had been seen a total of 15 times. A hit on the upper two-thirds of the figure counted for 3 points, while any other hit counted for 1. The maximum score was thus 45 points.

8 shooters scored the maximum possible score. The method of breaking the tie is unknown.

Results

Place Shooter Score
1  William Styles (GBR) 45
2  Harold Hawkins (GBR) 45
3  Edward Amoore (GBR) 45
4  William Milne (GBR) 45
5  James Milne (GBR) 45
6  Arthur Wilde (GBR) 45
7  Vilhelm Carlberg (SWE) 45
8  Harold Humby (GBR) 45
9  Eric Carlberg (SWE) 42
 John Fleming (GBR) 42
 Maurice Matthews (GBR) 42
 Edward Newitt (GBR) 42
 Otto von Rosen (SWE) 42
 Franz-Albert Schartau (SWE) 42
15  Johan Hübner von Holst (SWE) 39
 William Pimm (GBR) 39
 Philip Plater (GBR) 39
18  William Hill (ANZ) 36
19  André Mercier (FRA) 30
 Walter Winans (USA) 30
21  Léon Johnson (FRA) 24
22  Léon Tétart (FRA) 21

Men's Small-Bore Rifle, Moving Target, 25 yards

Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Bisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Date Started: July 11, 1908
Date Finished: July 11, 1908
Format: 25 yards. Moving target. The target appeared 15 times over a 10 foot (3.05 metres) run for four seconds, one shot per run. Individual possible 45.

Competitors 22from 5 nations

Summary

Four British shooters tied for first in this event and the places were decided by examination of the targets. The winner, [John Fleming], was a long-time member of the City Rifle Club and from 1914-1918 was an instructor at the National Rifle Association's (NRA) School of Musketry. He was in the King's Hundred in 1934 and was a life member of the NRA.

The men's moving target small-bore rifle was one of 15 events on the Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme. Regulation of the equipment used in the event was done through allowing the use of .22 or .297/.230 caliber ammunition. The target used was a three-quarter length silhouette, 4 inches high and 1.5 wide. It would appear at a distance of 25 yards, moving across a 10-foot range over the course of 4 seconds. A hit on the upper two-thirds of the figure counted for 3 points, while any other hit counted for 1. 15 shots were fired per competitor. The maximum score was thus 45 points.

Results

Place Shooter Score
1  John Fleming (GBR) 24
2  Maurice Matthews (GBR) 24
3  William Marsden (GBR) 24
4  Edward Newitt (GBR) 24
5  Philip Plater (GBR) 22
6  William Pimm (GBR) 21
7  William Milne (GBR) 21
8  Otto von Rosen (SWE) 18
9  William Styles (GBR) 17
10  Léon Johnson (FRA) 13
 Arthur Wilde (GBR) 13
 Walter W. Winans (USA) 13
13  James Milne (GBR) 12
14  André Mercier (FRA) 10
15  Eric Carlberg (SWE) 9
 Vilhelm Carlberg (SWE) 9
 Johan Hübner von Holst (SWE) 9
 Léon Tétart (FRA) 9
19  Edward Amoore (GBR) 3
 Harold Hawkins (GBR) 3
 William Hill (ANZ) Did not finish
 Franz-Albert Schartau (SWE) Did not finish

Men's Running Target, Single Shot

Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Bisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Date Started: July 9, 1908
Date Finished: July 9, 1908
Format: 110 yards. 10 shots in ten runs of the deer, one per run. 40 possible.

Competitors 15from 4 nations

Summary

By winning this event, [Oscar Swahn] set an Olympic record which still stands to this day. On the day of this event, Swahn, born 20 October 1847, was 60 years and 263 days old, making him the oldest gold medalist in an individual Olympic event.

The men's single-shot 100 meter running deer competition was one of 15 shooting sports events on the Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme. A deer-shaped target made 10 runs of 75 feet (22.86 meters), with the shooter firing one shot during each run. The runs lasted about 4 seconds each and took place 110 yards (100.584 meters) distant from the shooter. There were three concentric circles on the target, with the smallest counting for 4 points, the middle for 3, and the outermost for 2. A hit outside the circles but still on the target (except on the haunch) counted for 1 point. The maximum possible score was thus 40 points

Results

Place Shooter Score
1  Oscar Swahn (SWE) 25
2  Ted Ranken (GBR) 24
3  Alexander Rogers (GBR) 24
4  Maurice Blood (GBR) 23
5  Albert Kempster (GBR) 22
6  James Cowan (GBR) 21
 William Russell Lane-Joynt (GBR) 21
 Walter W. Winans (USA) 21
9  Joshua Millner (GBR) 20
10  Charles Nix (GBR) 19
11  Ernst Rosell (SWE) 17
12  William Ellicott (GBR) 16
13  Léon Tétart (FRA) 11
14  Maurice Robion du Pont (FRA) 6
15  André Barbillat (FRA) 3

De Wael also lists another British shooter, John Bashford, as having competed and placed lower than Barbillat. However, the Official Report makes no mention of Bashford in its list of competitors.

Men's Running Target, Single Shot, Team

Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Bisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Date Started: July 10, 1908
Date Finished: July 10, 1908
Format: 110 yards. 10 shots in one run of the deer. 40 possible per shooter. Four shooters per team. Team possible of 160.

Competitors 8from 2 nations

Summary

Only two teams entered this event, which turned out to be very close. Sweden won the gold medal with a score of 86, only one point ahead of Great Britain. Sweden was led by [Oscar Swahn] and his son, [Alf]. This was the first Olympic appearance for Oscar Swahn, but he was already 60-years-old. He competed at the Olympics in 1912 and 1920, winning a silver medal in 1920 in the team running deer double shot, which makes him the oldest Olympic medalist ever at 72+-years-old.

The men's team single-shot 100 meter running deer competition was one of 15 shooting sports events on the Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme. Teams consisted of four shooters. A deer-shaped target made 10 runs of 75 feet (23.86 meters), with the shooter firing one shot during each run. The runs lasted about 4 seconds each and took place 110 yards (100.584 meters) distant from the shooter. There were three concentric circles on the target, with the smallest counting for 4 points, the middle for 3, and the outermost for 2. A hit outside the circles but still on the target (except on the haunch) counted for 1 point. The maximum possible score was thus 40 points per shooter, or 160 for the team.

Results

Place Nation Shooter Score
1  Sweden (SWE) Team total 86
Alfred Swahn 26
Arvid Knöppel 22
Oscar Swahn 21
Ernst Rosell 17
2  Great Britain (GBR) Team total 85
Charles Nix 27
William Russell Lane-Joynt 22
William Ellicott 18
Ted Ranken 18

Men's Running Target, Double Shot

Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Bisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Date Started: July 9, 1908
Date Finished: July 10, 1908
Format: 110 yards. 20 shots in ten runs of the deer, two per run. 80 possible.

Competitors 15from 4 nations

Summary

This event started on 9 July and all but finished on that day as well. But [Walter Winans] and [Ted Ranken] tied for first place with 46 and it was too dark for them to shoot off the tie. They did so the next day, with Winans winning.

Winans was an American who had been born in Russia of American parents but lived most of his life in England. His eligibility was questioned and he had to swear his allegiance to the U.S. Consul General in England and expressed his intention to return to the United States after the Olympics and eventually resume his duties of citizenship. To our knowledge, this never occurred. It is not recorded that Winans ever set foot in the United States. He was a renowned equestrian sculptor, exhibiting 14 times at the British Royal Academy.

July 10, 1908 turned out to be quite a day for Walter Winans. Just after winning the shoot-off he received two envelopes. The first contained a telegram announcing that his horses had won three firsts, two seconds, and five thirds at the English Royal Counties Show. The other was a cablegram from Vienna noting his horse Samers had won the local trotting contest.

The men's double-shot 100 meter running deer competition was one of 15 shooting sports events on the Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme. A deer-shaped target made 10 runs of 75 feet (22.86 meters), with the shooter firing two shots during each run. The runs lasted about 4 seconds each and took place 110 yards (100.584 meters) distant from the shooter. There were three concentric circles on the target, with the smallest counting for 4 points, the middle for 3, and the outermost for 2. A hit outside the circles but still on the target (except on the haunch) counted for 1 point. The maximum possible score was thus 80 points.

Results

Place Shooter Score
1  Walter Winans (USA) 46
2  Ted Ranken (GBR) 46
3  Oscar Swahn (SWE) 38
4  Maurice Blood (GBR) 34
5  Albert Kempster (GBR) 34
6  William Ellicott (GBR) 33
 Alexander Rogers (GBR) 33
8  Ernst Rosell (SWE) 27
9  John Bashford (GBR) 25
10  James Cowan (GBR) 24
11  Charles Nix (GBR) 22
12  Léon Tétart (FRA) 21
13  William Russell Lane-Joynt (GBR) 20
14  Maurice Robion du Pont (FRA) 18
15  Joshua Millner (GBR) 15

Men's Trap

Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Uxendon Shooting School Club, Brent, London
Date Started: July 8, 1908
Date Finished: July 11, 1908
Format: First stage (8-9 July) - 30 clays at known traps and unknown angles in two rounds of 15 clays; Second stage (9 July) - 20 clays at known traps and unknown angles in two rounds of 10 clays; Third stage (11 July) - 30 clays, 20 at known traps and unknown angles in two rounds of 10 clays, followed by 10 clays at unknown traps and unknown angles. Best 50% and ties advanced to the third stage.

Competitors 28from 6 nations

Summary

The Official Report noted that "wretched weather conditions prevailed" for this event, describing heavy rain, high winds, and poor light. The shooting area had been constructed so that July sunlight would not be in the eyes of the shooters. But in the poor light, it was difficult to see the dark shooting clays, so they were marked with white, giving them a "magpie appearance."

The competition began on Wednesday, 8 July with the first stage. A 3-way tie for first place resulted after that stage between [Charles Palmer], [Richard Hutton], and [John Postans]. The next day, the Canadians lodged an objection against the previous days' scores and were allowed to shoot again. Postans subsequently withdrew, and did not shoot the 2nd or 3rd stages. The reason is not given in the shooting magazines, but it was presumably in anger over the Canadians being allowed to re-shoot. Canada's [Walter Ewing] scored 27 in the re-shoot of the second day to take a lead he never relinquished. He had the top score in all three stages. Ewing used an American Lefever gun with Winchester factory-loaded Leader shells. For his victory, in addition to a gold medal, he was awarded Lord Westbury's Cup, which was presented specially for the winner of the individual clay trap shooting.

The men's individual trap shooting competition was one of 15 shooting sports events on the Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme.[1] Shooting was conducted in three rounds, with each shooter firing at 30 clay birds in the first round, 20 in the second, and 30 in the third. Eliminations took place after each round.

28 shooters advanced to the final round. The highest possible aggregate score was 80 points.

Results

Place Shooter Score
Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
1  Walter Ewing (CAN) 27 18 27 72
2  George Beattie (CAN) 21 17 22 60
3  Alexander Maunder (GBR) 21 14 22 57
 Anastasios Metaxas (GRE)[2] 21 14 22 57
5  Charles Palmer (GBR) 23 12 20 55
 Arthur Westover (CAN) 21 12 22 55
7  Mylie Fletcher (CAN) 22 9 22 53
 Richard Hutton (GBR) 23 10 20 53
 John Wilson (NED) 20 13 20 53
10  Frank Moore (GBR) 21 11 20 52
11  George Whitaker (GBR) 18 9 24 51
12  David McMackon (CAN) 19 14 17 50
 James Pike (GBR) 22 12 16 50
14  Cornelis Viruly (NED) 18 13 17 48
15  Eduardus van Voorst tot Voorst (NED) 19 13 15 47
 Franciscus van Voorst tot Voorst (NED) 18 14 15 47
17  Harold Creasey (GBR) 22 9 15 46
 Peter Easte (GBR) 18 11 17 46
19  Gerald Merlin (GBR) 18 10 17 45
20  William Morris (GBR) 10 12 22 44
 George Vivian (CAN) 16 10 18 44
22  Reindert de Favauge (NED) 18 11 29
23  Émile Béjot (FRA) 18 10 28
24  John Butt (GBR) 15 11 26
25  Alfred Swahn (SWE) 13 9 22
26  Jacob Laan (NED) 13 8 21
27  Frank Parker (CAN) 14 5 19
 Edward Benedicks (SWE) 13 6 19
AC  John Postans (GBR)
 Ernst Rosell (SWE)
 Rudolph van Pallandt (NED)

Men's Trap, Team

Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Uxendon Shooting School Club, Brent, London
Date Started: July 9, 1908
Date Finished: July 11, 1908
Format: Six-man teams. First stage - 30 birds per shooter; Second stage - 25 birds per shooter; Third stage - 50 birds per shooter. 105 possible per shooter, 630 possible per Team.

Competitors 24from 3 nations

Summary

There were four teams entered, with two from Great Britain, one from Canada and one from the Netherlands. Great Britain #1 eked out a victory over Canada by only two clays, 407-405, from a team possible of 630. Great Britain #2 was a distant third, while the Dutch team was obviously not very skilled in this event.

The men's team trap shooting competition was one of 15 shooting sports events on the Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme. Teams consisted of six shooters. Shooting was conducted in three rounds, with each shooter firing at 30 clay birds in the first, 25 in the second, and 50 in the third.

Great Britain entered two teams, with Canada and the Netherlands also entering a team each. Belgium, France, and Sweden initially registered teams, but their teams did not compete. The Dutch team was eliminated before the final round.

Results

Place Nation Shooter Score
Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
1  Great Britain (GBR) #1 Team total 127 96 184 407
Alexander Maunder 25 18 40 83
James Pike 23 22 32 77
Charles Palmer 25 12 34 71
John Postans 16 14 31 61
Frank Moore 22 15 23 60
Peter Easte 16 15 24 55
2  Canada (CAN) Team total 114 95 196 405
Walter Ewing 24 19 38 81
George Beattie 20 18 35 73
Arthur Westover 22 15 35 72
Mylie Fletcher 18 13 34 65
George Vivian 18 12 28 58
David McMackon 12 18 26 56
3  Great Britain (GBR) #2 Team total 106 84 182 372
George Whitaker 15 18 37 70
Gerald Skinner 17 16 30 63
John Butt 19 12 31 62
William Morris 18 12 32 62
Harold Creasey 20 14 25 59
Richard Hutton 17 12 27 56
4  Netherlands (NED) Team total Unknown 174
John Wilson Unknown 34
Franciscus van Voorst tot Voorst Unknown 34
Cornelis Viruly Unknown 28
Eduardus van Voorst tot Voorst Unknown 28
Rudolph van Pallandt Unknown 26
Reindert de Favauge Unknown 24
   

 

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