Shooting at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's 10 metre air rifle

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Men's 10 metre air rifle
at the Games of the XXV Olympiad
Venue Mollet del Vallès
Competitors 44 from 28 nations
Winning score 695.3 (OR)
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Yuri Fedkin  Unified Team
2nd, silver medalist(s) Franck Badiou  France
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Johann Riederer  Germany
← 1988
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Men's 10 metre air rifle was one of the thirteen shooting events at the 1992 Summer Olympics. It was the first Olympic competition after the introduction of the new target in 1989, and thus two Olympic records were set, both by the new Olympic champion, Yuri Fedkin.

Qualification round[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Score Notes
1 Yuri Fedkin  Unified Team 593 Q OR
2 Goran Maksimović  Independent Olympic Participants 592 Q
3 Franck Badiou  France 591 Q
4 Chae Keun-bae  South Korea 590 Q
5 Robert Foth  United States 590 Q
6 Thomas Farnik  Austria 590 Q
7 Jean-Pierre Amat  France 590 Q
8 Johann Riederer  Germany 590 Q
9 Rajmond Debevec  Slovenia 589
10 Alexander Zlydennyi  Unified Team 589
11 David Johnson  United States 589
11 Wolfram Waibel  Austria 589
13 Enrique Claverol Martínez  Spain 588
13 Robert Kraskowski  Poland 588
13 Petr Kurka  Czechoslovakia 588
13 Matthias Stich  Germany 588
13 Zhang Yingzhou  China 588
18 Nemanja Mirosavljev  Independent Olympic Participants 587
18 Harald Stenvaag  Norway 587
18 Masaru Yanagida  Japan 587
21 Jorge González  Spain 586
21 Ji Jong-koo  South Korea 586
21 Dalimil Nejezchleba  Czechoslovakia 586
21 Attila Zahonyi  Hungary 586
25 Jari Pälve  Finland 585
25 Jack van Bekhoven  Netherlands 585
27 Nils Petter Håkedal  Norway 584
27 Juha Hirvi  Finland 584
27 Ryohei Koba  Japan 584
27 Jean-Claude Kremer  Luxembourg 584
31 Oliver Nandor Gaspar  Hungary 583
31 Samarn Jongsuk  Thailand 583
31 Stoyan Dimitrov Stamenov  Bulgaria 583
34 Du Long  China 582
35 Guy Lorion  Canada 580
35 Andreas Zumbach  Switzerland 580
37 Nigel Ian Wallace  Great Britain 579
38 Jean-François Senecal  France 578
39 Josef Brendle  Liechtenstein 576
39 Ulrich Minder  Switzerland 576
41 Emerito Concepcion  Philippines 573
42 Hugo Romero  Ecuador 564
43 Giuliano Ceccoli  San Marino 561
44 Ricardo Rusticucci  Argentina 560

OR Olympic record – Q Qualified for final

Final[edit]

Rank Athlete Qual Final Total Notes
1st, gold medalist(s)  Yuri Fedkin (EUN) 593 102.3 695.3 OR
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Franck Badiou (FRA) 591 100.9 691.9
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Johann Riederer (GER) 590 101.7 691.7
4  Jean-Pierre Amat (FRA) 590 101.6 691.6
5  Goran Maksimović (IOP) 592 98.6 690.6
6  Thomas Farnik (AUT) 590 100.2 690.2
7  Robert Foth (USA) 590 99.4 689.4
8  Chae Keun-bae (KOR) 590 97.8 687.8

OR Olympic record

References[edit]