List of 10 metre air pistol records

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This list of 10 metre air pistol records documents the best performances in 10 metre air pistol recognized as records by various official instances since 1 January 1989, when targets were changed and all records reset, and also the progression of the World and Olympic records.

Men's qualification round[edit]

The men's qualification round consists of 60 shots, and the maximum possible score is 600.

World record progression[edit]

Since introduction in 1969:[1]

Score Shooter Date Comp Place
385  H. Mertel (FRG) 1969 ECH Pilsen, Czechoslovakia
 Rasskazov (URS) 1969 ECH Pilsen, Czechoslovakia
387  V. Stolypin (URS) 1971 ECH Meziboří, Czechoslovakia
392  Grigori Kosych (URS) 1973 ECH Linz, Austria
393  Harald Vollmar (GDR) 1976 ECH Paris, France
394  Uwe Potteck (GDR) 1979 ECH Graz, Austria
60 shots from 1981
582  Vladas Turla (URS) 1981 ECH Athens, Greece
 I. Mandov (BUL) 1981 ECH Athens, Greece
587  Vladas Turla (URS) 1982 ECH The Hague, Netherlands
590  Vladas Turla (URS) 1982 WCH Caracas, Venezuela
 Igor Basinski (URS) 1987 ECH Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
 Igor Basinski (URS) 1988 ECH Stavanger, Norway
 Erich Buljung (USA) 1988 OG Seoul, South Korea
New targets from 1989
583  Sorin Babii (ROU) 1989 ECH Copenhagen, Denmark
590  Sergei Pyzhianov (URS) 1989 WCH Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
593  Sergei Pyzhianov (URS) 13 Oct 1989 WCF Munich, West Germany
594  Jin Jong-oh (KOR) 12 Apr 2009 WC Changwon, South Korea

Olympic record progression[edit]

Since introduction in 1988:[2]

Score Shooter Games
590  Erich Buljung (USA) 1988 Seoul
New targets from 1989
586  Sorin Babii (ROU) 1992 Barcelona
587  Wang Yifu (CHN) 1996 Atlanta
590  Wang Yifu (CHN) 2000 Sydney
 Franck Dumoulin (FRA) 2000 Sydney
591  Mikhail Nestruyev (RUS) 2004 Athens

Current World, Olympic, continental, regional and national records[edit]

Score Nation/record Shooter Date Place Ref
594  World record Jin Jong-oh (KOR) 12 Apr 2009 Changwon, South Korea [3]
594  Asian record Jin Jong-oh (KOR) 12 Apr 2009 Changwon, South Korea [3]
594  South Korea Jin Jong-oh 12 Apr 2009 Changwon [3]
593  European record Sergei Pyzhianov (URS) 13 Oct 1989 Munich, West Germany [4]
592  Germany Uwe Potteck 8 Jan 1999 Luxembourg [5]
592  Italy Roberto Di Donna [6]
591  Sweden Ragnar Skanåker 14 Jan 1990 Luxembourg [7]
591  Ukraine Viktor Makarov 1994 Simferopol [8]
591  Japan Naka Shigekatsu 15 Dec 1995 Asaka [9]
591  China Tan Zongliang 15 Nov 1995 Nanning [10]
591 Olympic flag.svg Olympic record Mikhail Nestruyev (RUS) 14 Aug 2004 Athens, Greece [11]
591  China (equalled) Tan Zongliang 12 Jun 2005 Munich, Germany [10]
591  Belarus Yury Dauhapolau 9 Nov 2007 Brest [12]
590  Poland Jerzy Pietrzak 28 Jan 1993 Munich, Germany [13]
590  Great Britain Mick Gault Mar 2000 Inverclyde [14]
590  Poland (equalled) Wojciech Knapik 17 Feb 2007 Wrocław [13]
590  Brazil Julio Antonio de Souza e Almeida 21 Oct 2010 Rio de Janeiro [15]
589  Iceland Ásgeir Sigurgeirsson 2 May 2013 Reykjavík [16]
589  United States Reuben Hafter 18 Aug 1990 [17]
589  Czech Republic Martin Tenk 16 Dec 2000 Brno [18]
589  Czech Republic (equalled) Martin Tenk 17 Dec 2000 Brno [18]
589   Switzerland Martin Flury 22 May 2004 Suhl, Germany [19]
588  Slovakia Ján Fabo 5 Feb 2000 The Hague, Netherlands [20]
587  Nordic record Ragnar Skanåker (SWE) 25 May 1990 Suhl, Germany [7]
587  Nordic record (equalled) Ragnar Skanåker (SWE) 5 Jun 1990 Zürich, Switzerland [7]
587  Finland Lauri Lauste 13 Dec 1998 Turku [21]
587  Norway Vegard Askestad 1998 [22]
587  Norway (equalled) Ståle Waagbø 2000 [22]
587  Finland (equalled) Jari Koivu 5 Jan 2002 Kuortane [21]
586  India Samaresh Jung 2006 Hungary [23]
585  Portugal João Costa 2004 [24]
584  Croatia Saša Špirelja 1996 [25]
584  Denmark John Sejr Svendsen 15 Jan 1995 Haderslev [26]
584  Austria Giovanni Bossi 1996 Munich, Germany [1]
584  Slovenia Robert Kranjc 19 Jan 1997 Ljubljana [27]
584  Austria (equalled) Giovanni Bossi 1997 Salzburg [1]
584  Spain José Antonio Colado Castro 2004 Munich, Germany [28]
583  Commonwealth record Samaresh Jung (IND) 2005 Melbourne, Australia [29]
581  Netherlands E.J. Brink 1997 [30]
581  New Zealand Greg Yelavich 1989 [31]
580  Commonwealth Games record Bengt Sandstrom (AUS) 1990 New Zealand [29]
580  Estonia Sergei Potasev 1991 Narva [32]
575  Hungary Viktor Lengyel 9 Mar 1996 Nitra, Slovakia [33]
573  Wales Ian Harris 2006 Cardiff [34]

Men's final[edit]

The final consists of an additional 10 shots, for a total maximum of 109.0 points. Records are ratified for the aggregate (qualification + final) score of maximum 709.0 points.

World record progression[edit]

Since introduction of finals in 1986:[1]

Score Shooter Date Comp Place
688.6  Igor Basinski (URS) 1986 WCH Suhl, East Germany
689.7  Aleksandr Melentiev (URS) 1987 WC Seoul, South Korea
692.3  Igor Basinski (URS) 1988 ECH Stavanger, Norway
New targets from 1989
686.4  Sorin Babii (ROU) 1989 ECH Copenhagen, Denmark
690.3  Sergei Pyzhianov (URS) 1989 WCH Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
695.1  Sergei Pyzhianov (URS) 13 Oct 1989 WCF Munich, West Germany

Olympic record progression[edit]

Since introduction in 1988:[2]

Score Shooter Games
687.9  Tanyu Kiryakov (BUL) 1988 Seoul
 Erich Buljung (USA) 1988 Seoul
New targets from 1989
684.8  Wang Yifu (CHN) 1992 Barcelona
688.9  Franck Dumoulin (FRA) 2000 Sydney
690.0  Wang Yifu (CHN) 2004 Athens

Current World, Olympic, continental, regional and national records[edit]

Score Nation/record Qual Final Shooter Date Place Ref
695.1  World record 593 102.1 Sergei Pyzhianov (URS) 13 Oct 1989 Munich, West Germany [35]
695.1  European record 593 102.1 Sergei Pyzhianov (URS) 13 Oct 1989 Munich, West Germany [4]
693.9  Poland 590 103.9 Wojciech Knapik 17 Feb 2007 Wrocław [13]
693.2  Italy [36]
692.8  Germany 590 102.8 Gernot Eder 1 Mar 1996 Suhl [5]
692.0  China Han Jijun 23 May 2000 Zhengzhou [10]
691.6  Belarus 591 100.6 Yury Dauhapolau 9 Nov 2007 Brest [12]
691.2  Asian record 590 101.2 Tan Zongliang (CHN) 15 Jun 2003 Munich, Germany [37]
691.1  Ukraine Viktor Makarov 28 Jan 2003 Lviv [8]
690.0 Olympic flag.svg Olympic record 590 100.0 Wang Yifu (CHN) 14 Aug 2004 Athens, Greece [11]
689.7  Czech Republic 589 100.7 Martin Tenk 16 Dec 2000 Brno [18]
689.3   Switzerland Lukas Grunder 8 May 2008 Pilsen, Czech Republic [19]
689.2  South Korea [38]
688.9  Brazil Julio Antonio de Souza e Almeida 30 Sep 2011 Santiago, Chile [15]
688.6  Japan 591 97.6 Naka Shigekatsu 15 Dec 1995 Asaka [9]
688.0  United States 586 102.0 John Bickar 17 Feb 2000 [17]
687.7  Slovakia 588 99.7 Ján Fabo 5 Feb 2000 The Hague, Netherlands [20]
687.7  Slovakia (equalled) 587 100.7 Juraj Tužinský 26 Jan 2008 Munich, Germany [20]
687.5  Finland Jari Koivu 5 Jan 2002 Kuortane [21]
686.7  Nordic record 586 100.7 Ragnar Skanåker (SWE) 23 Mar 1991 Los Angeles, United States [39]
686.7  Sweden 586 100.7 Ragnar Skanåker 23 Mar 1991 Los Angeles, United States [39]
686.7  Iceland 585 101,7 Ásgeir Sigurgeirsson 14 Nov 2009 Reykjavík [16]
686.1  India 586 100.1 Samaresh Jung 2006 Hungary [23]
685.8  Austria 584 101.8 Giovanni Bossi 1997 Salzburg [1]
685.4  Great Britain 587 98.4 Mick Gault Mar 2003 Bisley [14]
684.7  Norway 585 99.7 Terje Theien 1995 [40]
683.4  Spain Rafael Sánchez López 2005 Pilsen, Czech Republic [41]
683.2  Croatia 584 99.2 Saša Špirelja 1996 [25]
682.1  Slovenia Cvetko Ljubič 12 Feb 2000 Ljubljana [27]
681.5  Commonwealth record Mick Gault (GBR) 1999 New Zealand [29]
679.9  Commonwealth Games record Mick Gault (GBR) 1998 Malaysia [29]
679.5  New Zealand Greg Yelavich 1991 [31]
679.0  Denmark 578 101.0 Thomas Statager Jan 2006 Sävsjö, Sweden [26]

Women's qualification round[edit]

As the men's qualification round did until 1980, the women's match still consists of 40 shots, for a maximum possible score of 400 points.

World record progression[edit]

Since introduction in 1969:[1]

Score Shooter Date Comp Place
379  Nina Stoliarova (URS) 1969 ECH Paris, France
 Nina Stoliarova (URS) 1972 ECH Belgrade, Yugoslavia
384  Zinaida Simonian (URS) 1973 ECH Linz, Austria
387  Nina Stoliarova (URS) 1974 ECH Enschede, Netherlands
 Marina Dobrantcheva (URS) 1985 ECH Varna, Bulgaria
 Anke Völker (GDR) 1986 WCH Suhl, East Germany
391  Jasna Šekarić (YUG) 1988 WCF Munich, West Germany
New targets from 1989
388  Svetlana Smirnova (URS) 1989 ECH Copenhagen, Denmark
392  Liselotte Breker (FRG) 1989 WC Zagreb, Yugoslavia
 Svetlana Smirnova (RUS) 1993 ECH Brno, Czech Republic
 Jasna Šekarić (YUG) 1996 WCF Näfels, Switzerland
393  Svetlana Smirnova (RUS) 23 May 1998 WC Munich, Germany

Olympic record progression[edit]

Since introduction in 1988:[2]

Score Shooter Games
390  Nino Salukvadze (URS) 1988 Seoul
New targets from 1989
389  Jasna Šekarić (IOP) 1992 Barcelona
390  Marina Logvinenko (RUS) 1996 Atlanta
 Tao Luna (CHN) 2000 Sydney
391  Natalia Paderina (RUS) 2008 Beijing

Current World, Olympic, continental, regional and national records[edit]

Score Nation/record Shooter Date Place Ref
394  Denmark Anke Todorović 9 Feb 2001 Århus [26]
394  Ukraine Olena Kostevych 3 Oct 2003 Lviv [42]
394  Russia Svetlana Smirnova Dec 2005 Izhevsk [43]
393  Slovakia Katarína Kučová 21 Nov 1993 Spišská Nová Ves [20]
393  World record Svetlana Smirnova (RUS) 23 May 1998 Munich, Germany [44]
393  European record Svetlana Smirnova (RUS) 23 May 1998 Munich, Germany [4]
393  Japan Inada Youko 14 Apr 2001 Asaka [9]
393  China Sun Qi 7 Jul 2005 Nanjing [10]
392  Germany Liselotte Breker 18 May 1989 Zagreb, Yugoslavia [5]
392  Germany (equalled) Liselotte Breker 27 Mar 1993 Dortmund [5]
392  Belarus Julia Sinyak 8 May 1995 Minsk [12]
391  Croatia Jasna Šekarić 1990 [25]
391  Poland Mirosława Sagun 10 Jan 1997 Luxembourg [45]
391  Asian record Tao Luna (CHN) 3 Dec 2006 Doha, Qatar [37]
391 Olympic flag.svg Olympic record Natalia Paderina (RUS) 10 Aug 2008 Beijing, China
390  Spain Eva Suarez Garcia 1989 Barcelona [28]
390  Czech Republic Lenka Marušková-Hyková 5 Dec 2004 Pilsen [18]
390  United States Rebecca Snyder 13 Jun 2006 Fort Benning [17]
389  Finland Mira Nevansuu 30 Apr 2006 Estonia [46]
389  India Harveen Srao 2006 Munich, Germany [23]
388  Sweden Cris Kajd 10 Nov 1991 Eskilstuna [7]
388  Sweden (equalled) Monica Rundqvist 29 Apr 2000 Borås [7]
388   Switzerland Angela Schuler 7 Nov 2003 Gothenburg, Sweden [19]
388  Italy [36]
387  Nordic record Susanne Meyerhoff (DEN) 27 Jun 1996 Vingsted, Denmark [7]
387  Great Britain J. Lydall Aug 2005 Bisley [14]
386  Norway Ann Kristin Tegle Larsen 2004 [22]
385  Austria Jana Kubala 1991 Munich, Germany [1]
385  Slovenia Irena Toroš 22 Mar 1999 Ljubljana [27]
384  Portugal Joana Sofia Paiva Castelão 2006 [24]

Women's final[edit]

The final consists of an additional 10 shots, for a total maximum of 109.0 points. Records are ratified for the aggregate (qualification + final) score of maximum 509.0 points.

World record progression[edit]

Since introduction of finals in 1986:[1]

Score Shooter Date Comp Place
485.5  Anke Völker (GDR) 1986 WCH Suhl, East Germany
489.0  Jasna Brajković (YUG) 1987 WCH Budapest, Hungary
489.5  Jasna Šekarić (YUG) 1988 OG Seoul, South Korea
New targets from 1989
488.8  Svetlana Smirnova (URS) 1989 ECH Copenhagen, Denmark
492.4  Liselotte Breker (FRG) 1989 WC Zagreb, Yugoslavia
492.7  Jasna Šekarić (YUG) 1996 WCF Näfels, Switzerland
493.0  Svetlana Smirnova (RUS) 23 May 1998 WC Munich, Germany
493.5  Ren Jie (CHN) 22 May 1999 WC Munich, Germany

Olympic record progression[edit]

Since introduction in 1988:[2]

Score Shooter Games
489.5  Jasna Šekarić (YUG) 1988 Seoul
New targets from 1989
486.4  Marina Logvinenko (EUN) 1992 Barcelona
 Jasna Šekarić (IOP) 1992 Barcelona
490.1  Olga Klochneva (RUS) 1996 Atlanta
492.3  Guo Wenjun (CHN) 2008 Beijing

Legend[edit]

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Karlar: Ásgeir Sigurgeirsson SR Christensenmótið í Reykjavík 2.maí 2013 = 589 stig
Karlar m.final: Ásgeir Sigurgeirsson SR Landsmót í Reykjavík 14.nóvember 2009 585+101,7=686,7 stig
Konur: Jórunn Harðardóttir SR Akranesmótið 23.maí 2012 = 374 stig
Konur m.final: Jórunn Harðardóttir SR Landsmót í Reykjavík 14.febrúar 2009 = 372+95,9=467,9 stig
Unglingar drengir: Ásgeir Sigurgeirsson SR Íslandsmót í Reykjavík 23.apríl 2005 = 561 stig
Unglingar drengir m.final: Ásgeir Sigurgeirsson SR Íslandsmót í Reykjavík 23.apríl 2005 = 561+93,3=654,3 stig
Unglingar stúlkur: Steinunn Guðmundsdóttir SKA Íslandsmót í Reykjavík 30.apríl 2011 329 stig
Unglingar stúlkur m.final: Steinunn Guðmundsdóttir SKA Íslandsmót Reykjavík, 30.apríl 2011 = 329+50,4 = 379,4 stig
Liðakeppni karlar: SFK Landsmót Kópavogi 18. október 1993 ( Hannes Tómasson 560,Jónas Hafsteinsson SFK 566, Ólafur Jakobsson SFK 573 )=1699 stig
Liðakeppni kvenna: SR Íslandsmót í Reykjavík 30.apríl 2011 (Jórunn Harðardóttir 364, Kristína Sigurðardóttir 352, Inga B. Erlingsdóttir 325) = 1046 stig