Shooting at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Men's 50 metre rifle three positions

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Men's 50 metre rifle three positions
at the Games of the XXIV Olympiad
Date September 22, 1988
Competitors 47 from 25 nations
Winning score 1279.3 (OR)
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Malcolm Cooper  Great Britain
2nd, silver medalist(s) Alister Allan  Great Britain
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Kirill Ivanov  Soviet Union
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Men's 50 metre rifle three positions (then known as small-bore free rifle) was one of the thirteen shooting events at the 1988 Summer Olympics. It was the first Olympic three positions competition to feature final shooting. Alister Allan set a new Olympic record in the qualification round but lost the final to his countryman Malcolm Cooper, who thus defended his title from Los Angeles.

Qualification round[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Prone Stand Kneel Total Notes
1 Alister Allan  Great Britain 399 386 396 1181 Q OR
2 Malcolm Cooper  Great Britain 400 387 393 1180 Q
3 Klavs Jørn Christensen  Denmark 399 387 391 1177 Q
4 Glenn Dubis  United States 400  ?  ? 1174 Q
5 Kirill Ivanov  Soviet Union 399 382 392 1173 Q
6 Harald Stenvaag  Norway 395 389 389 1173 Q
7 Hrachya Petikyan  Soviet Union 394 387 392 1173 Q
8 Goran Maksimović  Yugoslavia 399 383 391 1173 Q
9 Zhang Yingzhou  China 397 386 389 1172
10 Andreas Wolfram  East Germany 396 385 391 1172
11 Geir Skirbekk  Norway 397 383 390 1170
11 Attila Zahonyi  Hungary 398 387 385 1170
13 Jean-Pierre Amat  France 398 377 394 1169
13 Daniel Durben  United States 397 379 393 1169
15 Jorge González  Spain 399 379 390 1168
15 Pavel Soukenik  Czechoslovakia 398 375 395 1168
17 Juha Hirvi  Finland 397 384 386 1167
18 Olaf Hess  East Germany 395 378 393 1166
18 Stefan Lövbom  Sweden 399 376 391 1166
18 Norbert Sturny  Switzerland 398 380 388 1166
21 Pascal Bessy  France 395 381 389 1165
21 Kwon Taek-yul  South Korea 397 381 387 1165
21 Eduard Papirov  Israel 399 378 388 1165
21 Srecko Pejovic  Yugoslavia 395 377 393 1165
25 Jean-François Senecal  Canada 397 380 387 1164
25 Xu Xiaoguang  China 397 378 389 1164
27 Petar Zaprianov  Bulgaria 398 379 385 1162
28 Ryohei Koba  Japan 398 381 382 1161
28 Lee Eun-chul  South Korea 395 379 387 1161
28 Ulrich Lind  West Germany 399 375 387 1161
28 Georgi Poliakov  Bulgaria 396 375 390 1161
32 Sandor Bereczky  Hungary 398 372 390 1160
32 Petr Kurka  Czechoslovakia 396 375 389 1160
34 Kurt Thune  Finland 395 378 386 1159
35 Pierre Alain Dufaux  Switzerland 397 376 385 1158
36 Lothar Heinrich  Austria 391 373 393 1157
36 Mart Klepp  Canada 395 369 393 1157
38 Johannes Gufler  Austria 392 375 388 1155
38 Kurt Hillenbrand  West Germany 395 371 389 1155
40 José Álvarez  Mexico 398 369 387 1154
40 Donald Brook  Australia 397 372 385 1154
42 Jørgen Just Herlufsen  Denmark 398 369 386 1153
43 Itzchak Yonassi  Israel 395 374 383 1152
44 Kaoru Matsuo  Japan 395 372 380 1147
45 Per G. Hansson  Sweden 396 365 385 1146
46 Alan Smith  Australia 397 373 373 1143
47 Bruce Meredith  Virgin Islands 397 364 380 1141

OR Olympic record – Q Qualified for final

Final[edit]

Rank Athlete Qual Final Total Notes
1st, gold medalist(s)  Malcolm Cooper (GBR) 1180 99.3 1279.3 OR
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Alister Allan (GBR) 1181 94.6 1275.6
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Kirill Ivanov (URS) 1173 102.0 1275.0
4  Klavs Jørn Christensen (DEN) 1177 96.6 1273.6
5  Glenn Dubis (USA) 1174 99.5 1273.5
6  Hrachya Petikyan (URS) 1173 99.2 1272.2
7  Harald Stenvaag (NOR) 1173 98.7 1271.7
8  Goran Maksimović (YUG) 1173 98.5 1271.5

OR Olympic record

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