- Shooting at the 1924 Summer Olympics - Men's team free rifle
The men's team free rifle was a
shooting sportsevent held as part of the Shooting at the 1924 Summer Olympicsprogramme. It was the fifth appearance of a rifle team event but the first with three different distances (400 m, 600 m, and 800 m). The competition was held on June 26, 1924and June 27, 1924at the shooting ranges at Camp de Châlons, Mourmelon. 88 shooters competed for 18 nations.
The scores of the five shooters on each team were summed to give a team score. No further shooting was done. The maximum score was 750.
Hungary was allowed to compete with an incomplete team.
All American shooters finished in top ten position. An individual event would have been won by
Morris Fisherfollowed up by Walter Stokesand the Swedish shooter Hugo Johansson.
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