Shooting at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's skeet

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Men's skeet
at the Games of the XXVI Olympiad
Venue Wolf Creek Shooting Complex
Competitors 54 from 34 nations
Winning score 149 (OR)
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Ennio Falco  Italy
2nd, silver medalist(s) Mirosław Rzepkowski  Poland
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Andrea Benelli  Italy
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Shooting at the
1996 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 men
Double trap men women
Skeet men
Running target
10 m running target men

Men's skeet was one of the fifteen shooting events at the 1996 Summer Olympics. Ennio Falco shot a perfect 125 in the qualification round and a 24 in the final, winning ahead of Mirosław Rzepkowski and Andrea Benelli, who won the bronze-medal shoot-off against Ole Riber Rasmussen.

Qualification round[edit]

Rank Athlete Country Day 1 Day 2 Total Notes
1 Ennio Falco  Italy 75 50 125 Q OR
2 Andrea Benelli  Italy 74 49 123 Q
3 Mirosław Rzepkowski  Poland 75 48 123 Q
4 Ole Riber Rasmussen  Denmark 73 49 122 Q
5 Nikolai Tiopliy  Russia 73 49 122 Q
6 Boriss Timofejevs  Latvia 74 48 122 Q
7 Antonakis Andreou  Cyprus 72 49 121
7 Chen Dongjie  China 72 49 121
7 Franck Durbesson  France 73 48 121
7 Tamaz Imnaishvili  Georgia 72 49 121
7 Andrei Inešin  Estonia 73 48 121
7 Juan Miguel Rodríguez  Cuba 72 49 121
7 Bill Roy  United States 72 49 121
7 Zhang Xindong  China 73 48 121
15 Nasser Al Attiya  Qatar 71 49 120
15 Hennie Dompeling  Netherlands 72 48 120
15 James Graves  United States 73 47 120
15 Soichiro Ito  Japan 72 48 120
15 Jan Sychra  Czech Republic 72 48 120
20 David Cunningham  Australia 73 46 119
20 Bernhard Hochwald  Germany 72 47 119
20 Craig Meuleman  Australia 69 50 119
20 Clayton Miller  Canada 73 46 119
20 Bruno Rossetti  Italy 71 48 119
20 Alfredo Torres  Cuba 71 48 119
26 Jan-Henrik Heinrich  Germany 70 48 118
26 Harald Jensen  Norway 72 46 118
26 Antonis Nikolaidis  Cyprus 69 49 118
26 George Quigley  United States 70 48 118
26 Juan Carlos Romero  Guatemala 75 43 118
26 Axel Wegner  Germany 71 47 118
32 Saaid Al Motery  Saudi Arabia 69 48 117
32 Bronislav Bechynsky  Czech Republic 69 48 117
32 Leos Hlavacek  Czech Republic 70 47 117
32 Christos Kourtellas  Cyprus 69 48 117
32 Eric Swinkels  Netherlands 71 46 117
32 Ion Toman  Romania 71 46 117
38 Esteban Boza  Peru 71 45 116
38 Servando Puldon  Cuba 71 45 116
38 Tadeusz Szamrej  Poland 70 46 116
38 Valeri Timokhin  Azerbaijan 68 48 116
42 Abdullah Al Rashidi  Kuwait 68 47 115
42 Pascal Colomer  Chile 67 48 115
42 Juan Giha  Peru 72 43 115
45 Marcelo Gil  Argentina 65 48 113
45 Mel Hains  South Africa 68 45 113
45 Mohamed Khorshed  Egypt 67 46 113
45 Francisco Romero Arribas  Guatemala 68 45 113
49 Mohammad Al Qasem  Jordan 70 42 112
49 Prince Abdul Hakeem Jefri Bolkiah  Brunei 67 45 112
49 Moustafa Hamdy  Egypt 66 46 112
49 Michael Maskell  Barbados 67 45 112
53 Jason Caswell  Canada 66 45 111
54 Kaw Fun Ying  Malaysia 67 43 110

OR Olympic record – Q Qualified for final

Final[edit]

Rank Athlete Qual Final Total Shoot-off Notes
1st, gold medalist(s)  Ennio Falco (ITA) 125 24 149 OR
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Mirosław Rzepkowski (POL) 123 25 148
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Andrea Benelli (ITA) 123 24 147 6
4  Ole Riber Rasmussen (DEN) 122 25 147 5
5  Nikolai Tiopliy (RUS) 122 24 146
6  Boriss Timofejevs (LAT) 122 23 145

OR Olympic record

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