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Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics in London saw fifteen shooting events. Most of the events were held at Bisley, Surrey while the trap shooting events were held at Uxendon. Contents 1 Medal summary 2 Participating nations 3 Medal table 4 Notes 5 References // Medal summary Event Gold Silver Bronze 1000 yd free rifle details  Joshua Millner Great Britain (GBR)  Kellogg Casey United States (USA)  Maurice Blood Great Britain (GBR) 300 m free rifle details  Albert Helgerud Norway (NOR)  Harry Simon United States (USA)  Ole Sæther Norway (NOR) Team free rifle details  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 details  United States (USA) Charles Benedict Kellogg Casey Ivan Eastman William Leuschner William Martin Charles Winder  Great Britain (GBR) Arthur Fulton John Martin Harcourt Ommundsen William Padgett Philip Richardson Fleetwood Varley  Canada (CAN) Charles Crowe William Eastcott S. Harry Kerr Dugald McInnis William Smith Bruce Williams Stationary target small-bore details  Arthur Carnell Great Britain (GBR)  Harold Humby Great Britain (GBR)  George Barnes Great Britain (GBR) Moving target small-bore details  John Fleming Great Britain (GBR)  Maurice Matthews Great Britain (GBR)  William Marsden Great Britain (GBR) Disappearing target small-bore details  William Styles Great Britain (GBR)  Harold Hawkins Great Britain (GBR)  Edward Amoore Great Britain (GBR) Team small-bore details  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 details  Oscar Swahn Sweden (SWE)  Ted Ranken Great Britain (GBR)  Alexander Rogers Great Britain (GBR) Double-shot running deer details  Walter Winans United States (USA)  Ted Ranken Great Britain (GBR)  Oscar Swahn Sweden (SWE) Team single-shot running deer details  Sweden (SWE) Arvid Knöppel Ernst Rosell Alfred Swahn Oscar Swahn  Great Britain (GBR) Walter Ellicott William Russell Lane-Joynt Charles Nix Ted Ranken none awarded Individual pistol details  Paul Van Asbroeck Belgium (BEL)  Réginald Storms Belgium (BEL)  James Gorman United States (USA) Team pistol details  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 Walter Ellicott Henry Lynch-Staunton Jesse Wallingford Individual trap shooting details  Walter Ewing Canada (CAN)  George Beattie Canada (CAN)  Alexander Maunder Great Britain (GBR)  Anastasios Metaxas Greece (GRE)[1] Team trap shooting details  Great Britain (GBR) Peter Easte Alexander Maunder Frank Moore Charles Palmer James Pike John Postans  Canada (CAN) George Beattie Walter Ewing Mylie Fletcher Donald McMackon George Vivian Arthur Westover  Great Britain (GBR) John Butt Harold Creasey Richard Hutton William Morris Gerald Skinner George Whitaker 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) 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] 1[1] Notes ^ a b c Metaxas is generally credited with a bronze medal; no tie-breaker was held. The 1908 official report at p. 280 lists Metaxas as having tied with Maunder and assigns bronze medals to each. However, Metaxas does not appear in the IOC medal database, which lists only Maunder as sole bronze medalist. Some sources follow this database. References Cook, Theodore Andrea (1908). The Fourth Olympiad, Being the Official Report. London: British Olympic Association.  De Wael, Herman (2001). "Shooting 1908". Herman's Full Olympians. http://users.skynet.be/hermandw/olymp/sho1908.html. Retrieved 12 May 2006.  v • d • e Events at the 1908 Summer Olympics (London) Archery • Athletics • Boxing • Cycling • Diving • Fencing • Figure skating • Football • Gymnastics • Hockey • Jeu de paume • Lacrosse • Polo • Rackets • Rowing • Rugby • Sailing • Shooting • Swimming • Tennis • Tug of war • Water motorsports • Water polo • Wrestling v • d • e Shooting at the Summer Olympics 1896 • 1900 • 1904 • 1908 • 1912 • 1920 • 1924 • 1928 • 1932 • 1936 • 1948 • 1952 • 1956 • 1960 • 1964 • 1968 • 1972 • 1976 • 1980 • 1984 • 1988 • 1992 • 1996 • 2000 • 2004 • 2008 • 2012 List of medalists • List of Olympic records