Shooting at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's skeet

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Men's skeet
at the Games of the XXVII Olympiad
Milchev, Malek & Graves.jpg
Venue Sydney International Shooting Centre
Date 22 September 2000
23 September 2000
Competitors 49 from 36 nations
Winning score 150 (=WR)
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Mykola Milchev  Ukraine
2nd, silver medalist(s) Petr Málek  Czech Republic
3rd, bronze medalist(s) James Graves  United States
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The men's skeet shooting competition at the 2000 Summer Olympics was the last shooting event of the Sydney Games, held on 22 and 23 September. Mykola Milchev of Ukraine became the first shooter to hit all 150 targets at an Olympic competition in skeet.

Records[edit]

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Olympic records were as follows.

Qualification records
World record  Jan-Henrik Heinrich (GER) 125 Lonato, Italy 5 June 1996
Olympic record  Ennio Falco (ITA) 125 Atlanta, United States 27 July 1996
Final records
World record  Jan-Henrik Heinrich (GER) 150 (125+25) Lonato, Italy 5 June 1996
Olympic record  Ennio Falco (ITA) 149 Atlanta, United States 27 July 1996

Qualification round[edit]

The qualification round comprised 75 targets on day 1, and 50 targets on day 2.

Rank Athlete Country Day 1 Day 2 Total Shoot-off Notes
1 Mykola Milchev  Ukraine 75 50 125 Q EWR EOR
2 Petr Málek  Czech Republic 75 49 124 Q
3 James Graves  United States 73 50 123 Q
4 Hennie Dompeling  Netherlands 72 50 122 10 Q
5 Andrea Benelli  Italy 72 50 122 10 Q
6 Nasser Al-Attiyah  Qatar 74 48 122 9 Q
7 Sergey Yakshin  Kazakhstan 73 49 122 8
8 Antonakis Andreou  Cyprus 72 50 122 7
9 Saeed Al Maktoum  United Arab Emirates 74 48 122 3
9 Franck Durbesson  France 72 50 122 3
9 Marcelo Yarad  Chile 73 49 122 3
12 Boriss Timofejevs  Latvia 74 48 122 1
12 Gijs van Beek  Netherlands 75 47 122 1
14 Abdullah Al Rashidi  Kuwait 73 48 121
14 Clive Barton  Australia 71 50 121
14 Ennio Falco  Italy 72 49 121
14 Andrzej Głyda  Poland 72 49 121
14 Jan-Henrik Heinrich  Germany 71 50 121
19 Jason Caswell  Canada 73 47 120
19 John Davison  Great Britain 72 48 120
19 Andrei Inešin  Estonia 72 48 120
19 Geoffrey Jukes  New Zealand 71 49 120
23 Georgios Achilleos  Cyprus 71 48 119
23 Saeed Al-Mutairi  Saudi Arabia 73 46 119
23 Khurram Inam  Pakistan 72 47 119
23 Harald Jensen  Norway 72 47 119
23 Jeon Chan-sik  South Korea 74 45 119
23 Mohamed Khorshed  Egypt 73 46 119
23 Timo Laitinen  Finland 71 48 119
23 Michael Maskell  Barbados 71 48 119
23 Nikolai Teplyi  Russia 70 49 119
32 Bronislav Bechynsky  Czech Republic 71 47 118
32 Roberto Carlo Mendoza  Puerto Rico 70 48 118
32 Mostafa Hamdy  Egypt 70 48 118
35 Jean-François Dellac  France 69 48 117
35 Saud Habib  Kuwait 70 47 117
35 Juan Romero Arribas  Guatemala 70 47 117
35 Michael Schmidt, Jr.  United States 72 45 117
39 David Cunningham  Australia 68 48 116
39 Pietro Genga  Italy 70 46 116
39 Drew Harvey  Great Britain 68 48 116
39 Juan Miguel Rodríguez  Cuba 71 45 116
43 Tomas Johansson  Sweden 72 43 115
43 Guillermo Alfredo Torres  Cuba 70 45 115
45 Prince Abdul Hakeem Jefri Bolkiah  Brunei 69 45 114
46 Jin Di  China 69 44 113
47 Alfred Karl Alfredsson  Iceland 66 45 111
47 Brian Thomson  New Zealand 66 45 111
49 Juan Giha  Peru 67 43 110

EOR Equalled Olympic record – EWR Equalled World record – Q Qualified for final

Final[edit]

Rank Athlete Qual Final Total Shoot-off Notes
1st, gold medalist(s)  Mykola Milchev (UKR) 125 25 150 EWR OR
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Petr Málek (CZE) 124 24 148
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  James Graves (USA) 123 24 147
4  Hennie Dompeling (NED) 122 24 146 4
5  Andrea Benelli (ITA) 122 24 146 3
6  Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT) 122 23 145

EWR Equalled World record – OR Olympic record

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