Shooting at the 1980 Summer Olympics

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Shooting at the
1980 Summer Olympics
Shooting pictogram.svg
Rifle
50 m rifle three positions   mixed
50 m rifle prone mixed
Pistol
50 m pistol mixed
25 m rapid fire pistol mixed
Shotgun
Trap mixed
Skeet mixed
Running target
50 m running target mixed

Shooting at the 1980 Summer Olympics took place at the Dynamo Shooting Range in Mytishchi in eastern part of Moscow between July 20 and July 26. Seven events were contested. All events were mixed, i.e. open to both men and women.

Events[edit]

Seven sets of medals were awarded to 21 athletes in the following events:

Discipline Mixed
Rifle 50 metre rifle three positions
50 metre rifle prone
Pistol 50 metre pistol
25 metre rapid fire pistol
Shotgun Trap
Skeet
Running target 50 metre running target

Medal summary[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union (URS) 3 1 1 5
2  Denmark (DEN) 1 0 0 1
 Hungary (HUN) 1 0 0 1
 Italy (ITA) 1 0 0 1
 Romania (ROM) 1 0 0 1
6  East Germany (GDR) 0 5 1 6
7  Sweden (SWE) 0 1 1 2
8  Bulgaria (BUL) 0 0 2 2
9  Austria (AUT) 0 0 1 1
 Cuba (CUB) 0 0 1 1
Total 7 7 7 21

Mixed events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
25 metre rapid fire pistol
details
 Corneliu Ion (ROM)  Jürgen Wiefel (GDR)  Gerhard Petritsch (AUT)
50 metre pistol
details
 Aleksandr Melentyev (URS)  Harald Vollmar (GDR)  Lyubcho Dyakov (BUL)
50 metre rifle prone
details
 Károly Varga (HUN)  Hellfried Heilfort (GDR)  Petar Zapryanov (BUL)
50 metre rifle three positions
details
 Viktor Vlassov (URS)  Bernd Hartstein (GDR)  Sven Johansson (SWE)
Trap
details
 Luciano Giovannetti (ITA)  Rustam Yambulatov (URS)  Jörg Damme (GDR)
Skeet
details
 Kjeld Rasmussen (DEN)  Lars-Göran Carlsson (SWE)  Roberto Castrillo (CUB)
50 metre running target
details
 Igor Sokolov (URS)  Thomas Pfeffer (GDR)  Aleksandr Gazov (URS)

Events/Results[edit]

Pos Competitor
Free pistol
Gold Aleksandr Melentiev Soviet Union 581 (WR,OR)
Silver Harald Vollmar East Germany 568
Bronze Lubcho Diakov Bulgaria 565
4 Soh Gil-San North Korea 565
5 Seppo Saarenpää Finland 565
6 Sergey Pyzhyanov Soviet Union 564
7 Ragnar Skanåker Sweden 563
8 Paavo Palokangas Finland 561
9 Sílvio Carvalho Brazil 558
10 Slawomir Romanowski Soviet Union 558
11 Lyuben Popov Bulgaria 558
12 Enrico Rabbachin Italy 558
13 Ermin Matelski Poland 557
14 Lajos Nagy Hungary 557
15 Ivan Neméthny Czechoslovakia 557
16 Uwe Potteck East Germany 556
17 Daniel Iuga Romania 555
18 Carlos Hora Peru 551
19 Kim Gi Yong North Korea 551
20 Fan Huy Khang Vietnam 550
21 Rudolf Seres Hungary 549
22 Ngo Huu Kinh Vietnam 548
23 Staffan Oscarsson Sweden 547
24 Roberto Ferraris Italy 546
25 Kenneth Stanford Ireland 545
26 Mariano Lara Costa Rica 542
27 Ian Redmond Zimbabwe 527
28 Maureen Reichert Zimbabwe 524
29 Rodrigo Ruiz Costa Rica 512
30 Gian Franco Giardi San Marino 509
31 Giorgio Eliseo Paolini San Marino 507
32 Souvanni Laos 502
33 Syseuy Laos 481
Small-bore rifle - prone position
Gold Károly Varga Hungary 599
Silver Hellfried Heilfort East Germany 599
Bronze Petar Zaprianov Bulgaria 598
4 Krzysztof Stefaniak Poland 598
5 Timo Hagman Finland 597
6 Aleksandr Mastianin Soviet Union 597
7 Nonka Matova Bulgaria 597
8 Walter Frescura Italy 597
9 Odette Meuter Belgium 597
10 Piotr Kosmatko Poland 596
11 Aleksandr Bulkin Soviet Union 596
12 Yvonne Hill Australia 596
13 Mircea Ilca Romania 596
14 Roland Jacoby Luxembourg 596
15 David Hollister Australia 595
16 Zdravko Milutinović Yugoslavia 595
17 Adelso Peňa Cuba 595
18 Ferenc Szilágyi Hungary 594
19 Sven Johansson Sweden 594
20 Mario Gonsierowski East Germany 593
21 Adolf Jakeš Czechoslovakia 593
22 Kim Yun Sop North Korea 593
23 Hannes Rainer Austria 5973
24 Stefan Thynell Sweden 593
25 Juan Casamajo Spain 592
26 Henning Clausen Denmark 592
27 Durval Ferreira Guimarães Brazil 592
28 Dennis Hardman Zimbabwe 592
29 Kim Gyong Ho North Korea 592
30 Jyrki Lehtonen Finland 592
31 Wolfram Waibel, Sr. Austria 592
32 José Luis Calvo Spain 591
33 Waldemar Capucci Brazil 591
34 Gilbert Hoef Belgium 591
35 Amr Khairy Jordan 591
36 Athanasios Papageorgiou Greece 591
37 Jiří Vogler Czechoslovakia 591
38 Sangidornjiyn Adilbish Mongolia 590
39 Oscar Caceres Peru 590
40 Gian Chand India 590
41 Miguel Valdés Cuba 590
42 José Rosario Alvarez Mexico 589
43 Justo Moreno Peru 589
44 Roy Chaudhry India 588
45 Le Minh Hien Vietnam 588
46 Christian van Velzen Netherlands 588
47 Srečko Pejović Yugoslavia 587
48 Mendbayaryn Jantsankhorloo Mongolia 583
49 Nguyễn Tiến Trung Vietnam 583
50 Pier Paolo Taddei San Marino 583
51 Mohamed Jbour Jordan 579
52 Alfredo Pelliccioni San Marino 577
53 Roger Cartín Costa Rica 570
54 Mauricio Alvarado Costa Rica 560
55 Khamseua Bounheuang Laos 556
Small bore rifle - three positions
Gold Viktor Vlassov Soviet Union 1173 (WR,OR)
Silver Bernd Hartstein East Germany 1166
Bronze Sven Johansson Sweden 1165
4 Mauri Röppänen Finland 1164
5 Alexandr Mitrofanov Soviet Union 1164
6 Nonka Matova Bulgaria 1163
Rapid fire pistol
Gold Corneliu Ion Romania 596
Silver Jurgen Wiefel East Germany 596
Bronze Gerhard Petritsch Austria 596
4 Vladas Turla Soviet Union 595
5 Roberto Ferraris Italy 595
6 Afanasy Kuzmin Soviet Union 595
Olympic trap
Gold Luciano Giovanetti Italy 198
Silver Rustam Yambulatov Soviet Union 196
Bronze Jorg Damme East Germany 196
4 Josef Hojny Czechoslovakia 196
5 Eladio Vallduvi Spain 195
6 Alexandr Asanov Soviet Union 195
Skeet
Gold Hans Kjeld Rasmussen Denmark 196
Silver Lars-Goran Carlsson Sweden 196
Bronze Roberto Castrillo Cuba 196
4 Pavel Pulda Czechoslovakia 196
5 Celso Giardini Italy 196
6 Guillermo Torres Cuba 195
Running game target
Gold Igor Sokolov Soviet Union 589(WR,OR)
Silver Thomas Pfeffer East Germany 589(WR,OR)
Bronze Aleksandr Gazov Soviet Union 587
4 Andreas Doleschall Hungary 584
5 Tibor Bodnar Hungary 584
6 Jorma Lievonen Finland 584

Remark:country names are not given in the form they were used in the official documents of the IOC in 1980.

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