Shooting at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Trap

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Trap
at the Games of the XXV Olympiad
Venue Mollet del Vallès
Competitors 54 from 35 nations
Winning score 219 (OR)
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Petr Hrdlička  Czechoslovakia
2nd, silver medalist(s) Kazumi Watanabe  Japan
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Marco Venturini  Italy
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Shooting at the
1992 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 open
Skeet open
Running target
10 m running target men

Trap was one of the thirteen shooting events at the 1992 Summer Olympics. It was the last Olympic trap competition open to both men and women. The competition consisted of a qualification round of 150 targets, a semifinal of 50 targets for the top 24 competitors, and a final of 25 targets for the top six. Petr Hrdlička and Kazumi Watanabe both hit 219 of the 225 targets, with Hrdlicka winning the gold medal shoot-off. One hit behind, another shoot-off determined the bronze medalist, with Marco Venturini defeating Jörg Damme.

Qualification round[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Score Notes
1 Kazumi Watanabe  Japan 148 Q
2 Jörg Damme  Germany 148 Q
3 Jay Waldron  United States 147 Q
4 Pavel Kubec  Czechoslovakia 147 Q
5 Michael Diamond  Australia 147 Q
6 Manuel Silva  Portugal 146 Q
7 Zhang Bing  China 146 Q
8 Marco Venturini  Italy 146 Q
9 Petr Hrdlička  Czechoslovakia 146 Q
10 João Rebelo  Portugal 145 Q
11 Giovanni Pellielo  Italy 145 Q
12 Jean-Paul Gros  France 145 Q
13 Bret Erickson  United States 145 Q
14 Antonio Palminha  Portugal 145 Q
15 Frans Peeters  Belgium 144 Q
16 Aleksandr Lavrinenko  Unified Team 144 Q
17 José Bladas Torras  Spain 144 Q
18 Russell Mark  Australia 144 Q
19 George Leary  Canada 143 Q
20 Daniele Cioni  Italy 143 Q
21 Muriel Bernard  France 143 Q
22 Aleksandr Assanov  Unified Team 143 Q
23 Susan Nattrass  Canada 142 Q
24 Francesco Amici  San Marino 142 Q
25 Zoltan Bodo  Hungary 141
25 Francisco Boza Dibos  Peru 141
25 Kevin Gill  Great Britain 141
25 Alp Kizilsu  Turkey 141
29 Fehaid Al Deehani  Kuwait 140
29 Joan Besoli Lluelles  Andorra 140
29 James Graves  United States 140
29 Michel Think  Luxembourg 140
33 Rafael Axpe Elejalde  Spain 139
33 Ivan Derevski  Unified Team 139
33 Demetris Lordos  Cyprus 139
33 John Primrose  Canada 139
33 Sherif Saleh  Egypt 139
33 Željko Vadić  Croatia 139
39 Thomas Knutsson  Sweden 137
39 Horace Micallef  Malta 137
39 István Putz  Hungary 137
39 Urmas Saaliste  Estonia 137
39 Zhang Yongjie  China 137
44 Ari Nummela  Finland 136
44 Gema Usieto Blázquez  Spain 136
46 Xavier Bouvier  Switzerland 135
46 Kim Kun-il  South Korea 135
48 Chng Seng-mok  Singapore 134
49 Jaime Recio  Philippines 133
50 Jesús Tirado Castro  Puerto Rico 132
51 Cesar Ortiz Campos  Mexico 130
52 Cornelius Jansen Bornman  South Africa 127
52 Tarek Sabet  Egypt 127
54 Michel Daou  Netherlands Antilles 118

Q Qualified for semifinal

Semifinal[edit]

Rank Athlete Qual Semifinal Total Notes
1  Pavel Kubec (TCH) 147 49 196 Q OR
2  Petr Hrdlička (TCH) 146 49 195 Q
3  Kazumi Watanabe (JPN) 148 47 195 Q
4  Marco Venturini (ITA) 146 49 195 Q
5  Jay Waldron (USA) 147 48 195 Q
6  Jörg Damme (GER) 148 47 195 Q
7  José Bladas Torras (ESP) 144 50 194
8  Zhang Bing (CHN) 146 48 194
9  Russell Mark (AUS) 144 49 193
10  Giovanni Pellielo (ITA) 145 48 193
11  Michael Diamond (AUS) 147 46 193
11  Antonio Palminha (POR) 145 48 193
11  Manuel Silva (POR) 146 47 193
14  Daniele Cioni (ITA) 143 49 192
14  Frans Peeters (BEL) 144 48 192
16  Bret Erickson (USA) 145 46 191
16  Jean-Paul Gros (FRA) 145 46 191
16  Aleksandr Lavrinenko (EUN) 144 47 191
16  George Leary (CAN) 143 48 191
16  João Rebelo (POR) 145 46 191
21  Francesco Amici (SMR) 142 46 188
21  Aleksandr Assanov (EUN) 143 45 188
21  Muriel Bernard (FRA) 143 45 188
21  Susan Nattrass (CAN) 142 46 188

OR Olympic record – Q Qualified for final

Final[edit]

Rank Athlete Qual+SF Final Total Bronze
shoot-off
Gold
shoot-off
Notes
1st, gold medalist(s)  Petr Hrdlička (TCH) 195 24 219 1 OR
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Kazumi Watanabe (JPN) 195 24 219 0 OR
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Marco Venturini (ITA) 195 23 218 9
4  Jörg Damme (GER) 195 23 218 8
5  Pavel Kubec (TCH) 196 22 218
6  Jay Waldron (USA) 195 22 217

OR Olympic record

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