Shooting at the 1972 Summer Olympics – 25 metre rapid fire pistol

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25 metre rapid fire pistol
at the Games of the XX Olympiad
Venue Schießanlage
Date August 31 & September 1, 1972
Competitors 62 from 39 nations
Winning score 595 OR
Medalists
Gold medal    Poland
Silver medal    Czechoslovakia
Bronze medal    Soviet Union
«1968 1976»
Shooting at the
1972 Summer Olympics
Shooting pictogram.svg
Rifle
300 m free rifle three positions open
50 m rifle prone open
50 m rifle three positions   open  
Pistol
50 m free pistol open
25 m rapid fire pistol open
Shotgun
Trap open
Skeet open
Running target
50 m running target open

Results[edit]

The following are the results of the 25 metre rapid fire pistol competition at the 1972 Summer Olympics. Józef Zapędzki of Poland set an Olympic record of 595 to defend his gold medal. He was the first shooter to defend the gold medal, in this event, since Károly Takács of Hungary defended his gold at the 1948 and 1952 games.[1]

Final[edit]

The format was: 25 metres. 60 shots in three courses of 20; with a possible score of 600.

Rank Name Nationality 1 2 3 Total
1st Józef Zapędzki Poland 200 199 196 595 OR
2nd Ladislav Flata Czechoslovakia 200 197 197 594
3rd Viktor Torshin Soviet Union 199 197 197 593
4 Paul Buser Switzerland 198 197 197 592
5 Jaime González Spain 196 200 196 592
6 Giovanni Liverzani Italy 199 197 195 591
7 Dencho Denev Bulgaria 198 196 196 590
8 Gerhard Petritsch Austria 198 196 196 590
9 Vladimír Hurt Czechoslovakia 200 198 192 590
10 Jim McNally United States 195 198 196 589
11 Helmut Seeger West Germany 198 197 194 589
12 Dan Iuga Romania 198 196 195 589
13 Immo Huhtinen Finland 199 198 192 589
14 Zbigniew Fedyczak Poland 197 199 191 587
15 Damián Cerdá Spain 196 196 194 586
16 Erwin Glock West Germany 198 197 191 586
17 Thor-Øistein Endsiø Norway 199 196 191 586
18 Alexander Taransky Australia 198 197 191 586
19 John Cooke Great Britain 197 192 196 585
20 Arturo Costa Cuba 194 194 195 583
21 Christian Düring East Germany 197 194 192 583
22 Solos Nalampoon Thailand 197 196 190 583
23 Szilárd Kun Hungary 198 195 190 583
24 Igor Bakalov Soviet Union 200 199 184 583
25 Ion Tripsa Romania 197 198 187 582
26 Jean Baumann France 195 196 191 582
27 Seppo Mäkinen Finland 199 197 186 582
28 Bruce McMillan New Zealand 197 195 190 582
29 Jules Sobrian Canada 195 197 190 582
30 Kanji Kudo Japan 194 197 191 582
31 Curt Andersson Sweden 199 197 186 582
32 Hubert Garschall Austria 198 196 187 581
33 Takeo Kamachi Japan 199 199 182 580
34 Tony Clark Great Britain 197 190 192 579
35 Jean-Richard Germont France 199 195 185 579
36 André Antunes Portugal 189 197 192 578
37 Homero Laddaga Mexico 197 192 189 578
38 Michel Braun Luxembourg 197 196 184 577
39 Tüdeviin Myagmarjay Mongolia 195 195 187 577
40 Luis Colina Colombia 193 196 188 577
41 William Hare Canada 195 193 189 577
42 Ivan Mandov Bulgaria 198 199 179 576
43 Víctor Francis Venezuela 192 193 188 573
44 Lennart Christensen Denmark 194 192 187 573
45 Bill McMillan United States 199 195 178 572
46 Rangsit Yanothai Thailand 196 187 188 571
47 Bruno Morri San Marino 195 191 184 570
48 Nelson Torno Argentina 190 194 185 569
49 Roberto Ferraris Italy 197 196 175 568
50 Víctor Castellanos Guatemala 192 191 184 567
51 Guillermo Martínez Colombia 192 195 177 564
52 Simon González Puerto Rico 193 192 178 563
53 Rafael Recto Philippines 188 185 180 553
54 Mario Sánchez Mexico 197 187 167 551
55 Leonard Bull Kenya 191 186 171 548
56 José Luis Rosales El Salvador 192 186 165 543
57 Tom Ong Philippines 185 180 168 533
58 Peter Laurence Kenya 189 172 172 533
59 Robert McAuliffe Virgin Islands 180 182 132 494
60 Kurt Rey Switzerland 196 147 97 440
- Roberto Tamagnini San Marino DNF
- Fernando Miranda Puerto Rico DNF
- Alejandro Guerra Cuba DNS
- Tserenjav Ulziibaiar Mongolia DNS
- Yun Gwon Chai North Korea DNS

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