Duelling Pistol Shooting
The dueling pistol event was held twice, in 1906 (at the Intercalated Games - not officially recognized by the IOC) and 1912. This event required competitors to shoot at mannikins dressed in frock coats. There was a Bull's eye were on the dummy's throat.
The event was held over 20 meters and 30 meters.
20 m dueling pistol
- Léon Moreaux (FRA)
- Cesare Liverziani (ITA)
- Maurice Lecoq (FRA)
30 m dueling pistol
- Konstantinos Skarlatos (GRE)
- Johan Hübner von Holst (SWE)
- Vilhelm Carlberg (SWE)
- other discontinued shooting events
- see the full list of discontinued Olympic Sports
- Current Shooting at the Olympic Games