|2000 Sydney||50 m rifle 3 pos|
|ISSF World Shooting Championships|
|1986 Suhl||50 m rifle kneeling|
|1998 Barcelona||50 m rifle prone|
Juha Hirvi (born March 25, 1960 in Kymi) is a Finnish sport shooter. He won the silver medal in men's 50 metre rifle three positions at the 2000 Summer Olympics. He has also won two silver medals in ISSF World Shooting Championships. He was the flag-bearer for Finland at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics opening ceremony.
Juha Hirvi made Finnish Olympic history in 2008 when he participated in his sixth Olympic Games, which is a record among Finnish athletes. He holds the record with other 2008 participant, dressage rider Kyra Kyrklund and three winter Olympians: cross country skiers Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi and Harri Kirvesniemi and ice hockey player Raimo Helminen. Juha Hirvi's manager is Finnish Sport Management Agency SportElite.
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|50 metre rifle prone||24th
|10 metre air rifle||17th
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