Archery At The 1920 Summer Olympics – Team Moving Bird

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Archery At The 1920 Summer Olympics – Team Moving Bird, 28 Metres - Results
... Place Team Scores 8 ... Total 1 Netherlands (NED) 2 ... Belgium (BEL) ? 3 ... France (FRA) ? 2328 ...

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