Shooting at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Mixed trap

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Trap
at the Games of the XXIV Olympiad
Date September 20, 1988
Competitors 49 from 28 nations
Winning score 222 (OR)
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Dmitry Monakov  Soviet Union
2nd, silver medalist(s) Miloslav Bednařík  Czechoslovakia
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Frans Peeters  Belgium
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Shooting at the
1988 Summer Olympics
Shooting pictogram.svg
Rifle
50 m rifle three positions men women
50 m rifle prone men
10 m air rifle   men   women
Pistol
50 m pistol men
25 m pistol women
25 m rapid fire pistol men
10 m air pistol men women
Shotgun
Trap mixed
Skeet mixed
Running target
50 m running target men

Trap was one of the thirteen shooting events at the 1988 Summer Olympics. Open to both men and women, it was decided by a shoot-off between Dmitry Monakov and Miloslav Bednařík, with Monakov emerging as the winner with 8–7.

Qualification round[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Score Notes
1 Dmitry Monakov  Soviet Union 149 Q
2 Miloslav Bednařík  Czechoslovakia 148 Q
3 Bean van Limbeek  Netherlands 148 Q
4 Frans Peeters  Belgium 147 Q
5 Francisco Boza  Peru 147 Q
6 Kazumi Watanabe  Japan 147 Q
7 Arimatti Nummela  Finland 147 Q
8 Daniel Carlisle  United States 147 Q
9 Ourmas Saaliste  Soviet Union 146 Q
10 Albano Pera  Italy 145 Q
11 Eladio Vallduvi  Spain 145 Q
12 John Maxwell  Australia 145 Q
13 Rafael Axpe  Spain 145 Q
14 Christophe Guelpa  France 144 Q
15 Russell Mark  Australia 144 Q
16 Daniele Cioni  Italy 144 Q
17 Brian Ballard  United States 144 Q
18 Jose Bladas  Spain 144 Q
19 Park Chul-sung  South Korea 144 Q
20 John Primrose  Canada 143 Q
21 Jörg Damme  East Germany 143 Q
22 Luciano Giovannetti  Italy 143 Q
23 George Haas III  United States 143 Q
24 João Rebelo  Portugal 143 Q
25 Kim Kon-il  South Korea 142
25 Aleksandr Lavrinenko  Soviet Union 142
25 Johnny Påhlsson  Sweden 142
25 Ian Peel  Great Britain 142
25 Sherif Saleh  Egypt 142
30 Byun Kyung-soo  South Korea 141
30 Peter Aagard Jensen  Denmark 141
30 Susan Nattrass  Canada 141
33 Gian Nicola Berti  San Marino 140
33 George Leary  Canada 140
33 Gemma Usieto  Spain 140
33 Alfredo Valentini  San Marino 140
37 Helder Cavaco  Portugal 139
37 Domingo Diaz  Australia 139
39 Alfredo Cuentas  Mexico 138
40 Rodrigo Bastos  Brazil 137
40 Gao E  China 137
42 Luis Garrido  Puerto Rico 136
43 Zoltan Bodo  Hungary 135
43 Timo Nieminen  Finland 135
43 Zhang Bing  China 135
46 Pia Lucia Baldisserri  Italy 134
47 Carolyn Koch  United States 130
48 Matar Al Harthi  Saudi Arabia 128
49 Rodney Tudor-Cole  Zimbabwe 125

Q Qualified for semifinal

Semifinal[edit]

Rank Athlete Qual 1 2 Semifinal Total Notes
1  Dmitry Monakov (URS) 149 23 25 48 197 Q
2  Miloslav Bednařík (TCH) 148 25 24 49 197 Q
3  Frans Peeters (BEL) 147 23 25 48 195 Q
4  Francisco Boza (PER) 147  ?  ? 48 195 Q
5  Kazumi Watanabe (JPN) 147 25 23 48 195 Q
6  Bean van Limbeek (NED) 148 24 23 47 195 Q
7  Ourmas Saaliste (URS) 146 24 24 48 194
8  Arimatti Nummela (FIN) 147 23 24 47 194
9  Daniel Carlisle (USA) 147 24 23 47 194
10  Albano Pera (ITA) 145 24 24 48 193
11  Rafael Axpe (ESP) 145 25 23 48 193
12  Brian Ballard (USA) 144 24 24 48 192
12  George Haas III (USA) 143 25 24 49 192
12  Eladio Vallduvi (ESP) 145 25 22 47 192
15  Jörg Damme (GDR) 143 24 24 48 191
15  Russell Mark (AUS) 144 24 23 47 191
15  Park Chul-sung (KOR) 144 23 24 47 191
18  Jose Bladas (ESP) 144 23 23 46 190
18  Luciano Giovannetti (ITA) 143 24 23 47 190
18  John Primrose (CAN) 143 24 23 47 190
18  João Rebelo (POR) 143 24 23 47 190
22  Christophe Guelpa (FRA) 144 22 23 45 189
22  John Maxwell (AUS) 145 22 22 44 189
24  Daniele Cioni (ITA) 144 24 20 44 188

Q Qualified for final

Final[edit]

Rank Athlete Qual+SF Final Total Bronze
shoot-off
Gold
shoot-off
Notes
1st, gold medalist(s)  Dmitry Monakov (URS) 197 25 222 8 OR
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Miloslav Bednařík (TCH) 197 25 222 7 OR
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Frans Peeters (BEL) 195 24 219 16
4  Francisco Boza (PER) 195 24 219 15
5  Bean van Limbeek (NED) 195 24 219 7
6  Kazumi Watanabe (JPN) 195 21 216

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