Shooting at the 2008 Summer Olympics – Qualification

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Qualification rules[edit]

A nation may earn up to 2 quota places per event, except for women's trap and skeet, which is entitled only to a maximum of one per NOC.

The qualification consists of two parts:

  • A minimum qualification score (MQS) that each shooter has to perform in at least one ISSF championship to be eligible for the Olympics in that certain event. The MQS are set rather low.
  • A number of quota places in each event, adding up to a total of 390. The quota places are won by the national federations when their shooters rank high in ISSF championships (at ISSF World Cups, only the best-ranking shooter yet without a Quota place gains one, while at the World Championships there are more places at stake). Some quota places are left as wild cards.

Each quota place gives the national federation the right to send one shooter to compete in that event. However, there is a maximum of two shooters per event and country. On the other hand, a shooter filling a quota place in one event may compete in other events as well, as long as the MQS have been fulfilled. Most shooters combine events in this way (apart from those in 25 metre rapid fire pistol, skeet and women's trap, who generally do not, because there are no events similar to theirs on the program).[1][2]

Summary[edit]

Nation Men Women Total
FR 3x40 FR 60PR AR 60 FP RFP AP 60 TR 125 DT 150 SK 125 STR 3x20 AR 40 SP AP 40 TR 75 SK 75 Quotas Athletes
 Albania 1 1 2 1
 Argentina 1 1 1
 Armenia 1 1 2 1
 Australia 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 26 17
 Austria 2 2 2 6 3
 Azerbaijan 1 1 1
 Bahrain 1 1 1
 Bangladesh 1 1 1
 Belarus 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 14 8
 Bolivia 1 1 1
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 1 1 3 1
 Brazil 2 1 2 5 2
 Bulgaria 1 1 1 1 2 2 8 4
 Canada 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 4
 Chile 1 1 1
 China 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 28 24
 Chinese Taipei 1 1 2 1
 Colombia 1 1 1
 Croatia 1 1 1 1 2 2 8 4
 Cuba 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 3
 Cyprus 2 1 3 3
 Czech Republic 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 18 13
 Denmark 1 1 1
 Dominican Republic 1 1 1
 Ecuador 1 1 1
 Egypt 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 9
 El Salvador 1 1 2 1
 Estonia 1 1 1
 Fiji 1 1 1
 Finland 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 14 8
 France 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 22 13
 Macedonia 1 1 1
 Georgia 1 1 2 1
 Germany 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 26 18
 Great Britain 1 1 1 2 1 1 7 5
 Greece 1 1 1
 Guatemala 1 1 1
 Hong Kong 1 1 1
 Hungary 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 5
 India 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 15 9
 Indonesia 1 1 1
 Ireland 1 1 1
 Israel 2 2 1 5 3
 Italy 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 22 15
 Japan 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 10 5
 Kazakhstan 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 13 6
 Kuwait 1 2 3 3
 Kyrgyzstan 1 1 1 3 1
 Latvia 1 1 1
 Lebanon 1 1 1
 Liechtenstein 1 1 1
 Lithuania 1 1 1
 Malaysia 1 1 1
 Malta 1 1 1
 Mexico 2 1 1 4 4
 Moldova 1 1 1
 Monaco 1 1 1
 Mongolia 1 1 2 2 6 3
 Montenegro 1 1 2 1
 Namibia 1 1 1
 Nepal 1 1 1
 Netherlands Antilles 1 1 1
 New Zealand 1 1 1 1 1 5 4
 Nicaragua 1 1 2 1
 North Korea 2 2 1 1 1 1 8 6
 Norway 2 2 2 2 2 2 12 7
 Oman 1 1 1
 Pakistan 1 1 2 1
 Paraguay 1 1 1
 Peru 1 1 1
 Philippines 1 1 1
 Poland 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 13 6
 Portugal 1 1 1 3 2
 Puerto Rico 1 1 1
 Qatar 2 2 2
 Romania 1 1 1 1 1 5 4
 Russia 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 28 22
 San Marino 1 1 1
 Saudi Arabia 1 1 1
 Serbia 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 5
 Singapore 1 1 1
 Slovakia 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 10 7
 Slovenia 1 1 1 3 1
 South Africa 1 1 2 2
 South Korea 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 20 14
 Spain 1 1 2 2 2 2 10 7
 Sri Lanka 1 1 2 1
 Sweden 1 1 2 2
 Switzerland 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 14 8
 Syria 1 1 1
 Tajikistan 1 1 2 1
 Thailand 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 9 5
 Trinidad and Tobago 1 1 1
 Turkey 1 1 2 1
 Turkmenistan 1 1 1
 Ukraine 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 19 12
 United Arab Emirates 1 1 1 3 2
 United States 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 27 22
 Uruguay 1 1 1
 Uzbekistan 1 1 1 1 4 2
 Venezuela 1 1 2 1
 Vietnam 1 1 2 1
 Virgin Islands 1 1 1
Total: 103 NOCs 50 56 51 45 19 48 35 19 41 43 47 41 44 20 19 578 390

Timeline[edit]

Event Date Venue
2005 World Cup #1 April 8–17, 2005 South Korea Changwon
2005 World Cup #2 Rifle & Pistol May 7–15, 2005 United States Fort Benning
2005 World Cup #2 Shotgun May 16–23, 2005 Italy Rome
2005 World Shotgun Championships May 24–31, 2005 Italy Lonato
2005 World Cup #3 Rifle & Pistol June 6–13, 2005 Germany Munich
2005 World Cup #4 Rifle & Pistol June 13–20, 2005 Italy Milan
2005 World Cup #3 Shotgun July 14–21, 2005 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade
2005 World Cup #4 Shotgun August 5–14, 2005 Brazil Americana
2005 American Continental Championships November 1–11, 2005 Puerto Rico Salinas
2006 World Cup #1 Rifle & Pistol March 25 – April 2, 2006 China Guangzhou
2006 World Cup #1 Shotgun April 2–11, 2006 China Qingyuan
2006 World Cup #2 Rifle & Pistol April 25 – May 3, 2006 Brazil Resende
2006 World Cup #2 Shotgun May 4–12, 2006 United States Kerrville
2006 World Cup #3 Shotgun May 16–25, 2006 Egypt Cairo
2006 World Cup #3 Rifle & Pistol May 22–29, 2006 Germany Munich
2006 World Cup #4 Rifle & Pistol May 29 – June 5, 2006 Italy Milan
2006 World Cup #4 Shotgun June 6–15, 2006 Germany Suhl
2006 ISSF World Shooting Championships July 21 – August 5, 2006 Croatia Zagreb
2007 African Continental Championships March 1–9, 2007 Egypt Cairo
2007 European Championships 10m events March 12–18, 2007 France Deauville
2007 World Cup #1 Shotgun March 18–29, 2007 Dominican Republic Santo Domingo
2007 World Cup #1 Rifle & Pistol March 31 – April 8, 2007 United States Fort Benning
2007 World Cup #2 Shotgun April 13–24, 2007 South Korea Changwon
2007 World Cup #2 Rifle & Pistol April 25 – May 3, 2007 Australia Sydney
2007 World Cup #3 Rifle & Pistol May 3–11, 2007 Thailand Bangkok
2007 World Cup #4 Rifle & Pistol May 28 – June 4, 2007 Germany Munich
2007 World Cup #3 Shotgun June 6–15, 2007 Italy Lonato
2007 World Cup #4 Shotgun June 26 – Jul 7, 2007 Slovenia Maribor
2007 European Shooting Championships July 10–25, 2007 Spain Granada
2007 Pan American Games July 13–29, 2007 Brazil Rio de Janeiro
2007 World Shotgun Championships September 1–10, 2007 Cyprus Nicosia
2007 Oceania Continental Championships October 27 – November 4, 2007 Australia Sydney
2007 Asian Continental Championships December 5–12, 2007 Kuwait Kuwait City

50 m rifle three positions men[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  China Qiu Jian
2005 ISSF World Cup #1  China Zhang Fu Jia Zhanbo
2005 ISSF World Cup #2  Finland Juha Hirvi Juha Hirvi
2005 ISSF World Cup #3  Russia Sergei Kovalenko Sergei Kovalenko
2005 ISSF World Cup #4  Slovakia Jozef Gönci Jozef Gönci
2005 American Continental Championships  United States Jason Dardas Jason Parker
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  Norway Vebjørn Berg Vebjørn Berg
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  Austria Thomas Farnik Thomas Farnik
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  Slovenia Rajmond Debevec Rajmond Debevec
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  Ukraine Artur Ayvazyan Artur Ayvazyan
2006 World Championships  Serbia Stevan Pletikosić Stevan Pletikosić
 United States Matthew Emmons Matthew Emmons
 Norway Harald Stenvaag Espen Berg-Knutsen
 Switzerland Marcel Bürge Marcel Bürge
2007 African Championships  Egypt Mohamed Amer Mohamed Amer
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  India Sanjeev Rajput Sanjeev Rajput
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  Serbia Nemanja Mirosavljev Nemanja Mirosavljev
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  France Josselin Henry Josselin Henry
2007 ISSF World Cup #4  Belarus Yury Shcherbatsevich Sergei Martynov
2007 Pan American Games  Cuba Eliécer Pérez Eliécer Pérez
2007 European Championships  Israel Doron Egozi Doron Egozi
 Czech Republic Tomáš Jeřábek Tomáš Jeřábek
 Switzerland Beat Müller Beat Müller
2007 Asian Championships  Kazakhstan Vitaliy Dovgun Vitaliy Dovgun
 South Korea Park Bong-duk Han Jin-seop
Exchange of quota places  Australia Benjamin Burge
 Italy Niccolò Campriani
 Kazakhstan Yuriy Yurkov
Re-allocation of unused quota  Bosnia and Herzegovina Nedžad Fazlija
 Pakistan Siddique Umer
Athletes qualified in other events  Australia Matthew Inabinet
 Austria Mario Knögler
 Belarus Vitali Bubnovich
 Croatia Petar Gorša
 Czech Republic Václav Haman
 Finland Henri Häkkinen
 France Valérian Sauveplane
 Germany Maik Eckhardt
 Germany Michael Winter
 Great Britain Jonathan Hammond
 Hungary Péter Sidi
 India Gagan Narang
 Israel Gil Simkovitch
 Italy Marco de Nicolo
 Japan Toshikazu Yamashita
 Kyrgyzstan Ruslan Ismailov
 Poland Robert Kraskowski
 Russia Artem Khadjibekov
 South Korea Park Bong-duk
 Ukraine Yuriy Sukhorukov
Total 50

50 m rifle prone men[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
2005 ISSF World Cup #1  South Korea Han Jin-seop Kim Hak-man
2005 ISSF World Cup #2  France Valérian Sauveplane Valérian Sauveplane
2005 ISSF World Cup #3  Belarus Sergei Martynov Sergei Martynov
2005 ISSF World Cup #4  Belarus Petr Litvinchuk Petr Litvinchuk
2005 American Continental Championships  Canada Johannes Sauer Johannes Sauer
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  Russia Artem Khadjibekov Artem Khadjibekov
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  United States Thomas Tamas Thomas Tamas
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  Hungary Péter Sidi Péter Sidi
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  Russia Viatcheslav Botchkarev Konstantin Prikhodtchenko
2006 World Championships  Ukraine Yuriy Sukhorukov Yuriy Sukhorukov
 Italy Marco de Nicolo Marco de Nicolo
 Austria Mario Knögler Mario Knögler
 Switzerland Simon Beyeler Simon Beyeler
2007 African Championships  Egypt Amgad Hosen Hazem Mohamed
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  Germany Christian Lusch Maik Eckhardt
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  Australia Warren Potent Warren Potent
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  South Korea Lee Hyun-tae Park Bong-duk
2007 ISSF World Cup #4  Israel Gil Simkovitch Gil Simkovitch
2007 Pan American Games  United States Michael McPhail Matthew Emmons
2007 European Championships  Norway Espen Berg-Knutsen Espen Berg-Knutsen
 Great Britain Jonathan Hammond Jonathan Hammond
 Czech Republic Petr Smol Miroslav Varga
2007 Oceania Championships  New Zealand Adrian Black Robert Eastham
2007 Asian Championships  China Jia Zhanbo Jia Zhanbo
 Oman Dadallah Al-Bulushi Dadallah Al-Bulushi
Exchange of quota places  Israel Guy Starik
Tripartite Commission Invitation  Nicaragua Walter Martínez
Re-allocation of unused quota  Bahrain Salman Zaman
 Virgin Islands Ned Gerard
Athletes qualified in other events  Australia Benjamin Burge
 Austria Christian Planer
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Nedžad Fazlija
 China Qiu Jian
 Croatia Petar Gorša
 Cuba Eliécer Pérez
 Czech Republic Tomáš Jeřábek
 Finland Juha Hirvi
 Finland Henri Häkkinen
 France Josselin Henry
 Germany Michael Winter
 India Sanjeev Rajput
 India Gagan Narang
 Italy Niccolo Campriani
 Japan Toshikazu Yamashita
 Kazakhstan Vitaliy Dovgun
 Kazakhstan Yuriy Yurkov
 Kyrgyzstan Ruslan Ismailov
 Norway Vebjørn Berg
 Poland Robert Kraskowski
 Serbia Stevan Pletikosić
 Serbia Nemanja Mirosavljev
 Slovakia Jozef Gönci
 Slovenia Rajmond Debevec
 Spain Luis Martínez
 Switzerland Marcel Bürge
 Ukraine Artur Ayvazyan
Total 56

10 m air rifle men[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
2005 ISSF World Cup #1  United States Jason Parker Jason Parker
2005 ISSF World Cup #2  China Zhu Qinan Zhu Qinan
2005 ISSF World Cup #3  United States Ryan Tanoue Stephen Scherer
2005 ISSF World Cup #4  Romania Alin George Moldoveanu Alin George Moldoveanu
2005 American Continental Championships  Mexico Roberto José Elias Roberto José Elias
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  India Gagan Narang Gagan Narang
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  Austria Christian Planer Christian Planer
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  Poland Robert Kraskowski Robert Kraskowski
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  Germany Frank Köstel Michael Winter
2006 World Championships  India Abhinav Bindra Abhinav Bindra
 Belarus Vitali Bubnovich Vitali Bubnovich
 Russia Konstantin Prikhodtchenko Konstantin Prikhodtchenko
 China Li Jie Cao Yifei
 Ukraine Oleksandr Lazeykin Oleksandr Lazeykin
2007 African Championships  Egypt Mohamed Abdellah Mohamed Abdellah
2007 European Championships 10m events  Finland Henri Häkkinen Henri Häkkinen
 Norway Are Hansen Are Hansen
 Spain Luis Martínez Luis Martínez
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  Russia Denis Sokolov Sergei Kruglov
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  Czech Republic Václav Haman Václav Haman
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  Croatia Petar Gorša Petar Gorša
2007 ISSF World Cup #4  Germany Tino Mohaupt Tino Mohaupt
2007 Pan American Games  Mexico José Luis Sánchez José Luis Sánchez
2007 Oceania Championships  Australia Matthew Inabinet Matthew Inabinet
2007 Asian Championships  Kyrgyzstan Ruslan Ismailov Ruslan Ismailov
 Japan Toshikazu Yamashita Toshikazu Yamashita
Tripartite Commission Invitiation  Bangladesh Mohammad Hossain
 Liechtenstein Oliver Geissmann
Re-allocation of unused quota  Macedonia Sašo Nestorov
Athletes qualified in other events  Australia Benjamin Burge
 Austria Thomas Farnik
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Nedžad Fazlija
 Cuba Eliécer Pérez
 France Josselin Henry
 Great Britain Jonathan Hammond
 Hungary Péter Sidi
 Israel Doron Egozi
 Italy Marco de Nicolo
 Italy Niccolò Campriani
 Kazakhstan Vitaliy Dovgun
 Kazakhstan Yuriy Yurkov
 Nicaragua Walter Martínez
 Norway Vebjørn Berg
 Pakistan Siddique Umer
 Serbia Stevan Pletikosić
 Serbia Nemanja Mirosavljev
 Slovenia Rajmond Debevec
 South Korea Han Jin-seop
 South Korea Park Bong-duk
 Switzerland Simon Beyeler
 Ukraine Artur Ayvazyan
Total 51

50 m pistol men[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
2005 ISSF World Cup #1  France Franck Dumoulin Franck Dumoulin
2005 ISSF World Cup #2  Czech Republic Martin Tenk Martin Tenk
2005 ISSF World Cup #3  China Lin Zhongzai Lin Zhongzai
2005 ISSF World Cup #4  China Zhang Tian Tan Zongliang
2005 American Continental Championships  United States Daryl Szarenski Daryl Szarenski
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  Portugal João Costa João Costa
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  Russia Mikhail Nestruyev Mikhail Nestruyev
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  Belarus Kanstantsin Lukashyk Kanstantsin Lukashyk
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  Slovakia Pavol Kopp Pavol Kopp
2006 World Championships  Italy Vigilio Fait Vigilio Fait
 North Korea Ryu Myong-yon Ryu Myong-yon
 Ukraine Oleh Omelchuk Oleh Omelchuk
 North Korea Kim Hyon-ung Kim Jong-su
2007 African Championships  Egypt Samy Abdel Razek Samy Abdel Razek
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  Switzerland Christoph Schmid Christoph Schmid
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  Russia Boris Kokorev Vladimir Isakov
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  Japan Tomoyuki Matsuda Tomoyuki Matsuda
2007 ISSF World Cup #4  Brazil Stênio Yamamoto Stênio Yamamoto
2007 Pan American Games  United States Jason Turner Jason Turner
2007 European Championships  Italy Mauro Badaracchi Francesco Bruno
 Finland Kai Jahnsson Kai Jahnsson
2007 Oceania Championships  Australia Daniel Repacholi Daniel Repacholi
2007 Asian Championships  Sri Lanka Edirisinghe Senanayake Edirisinghe Senanayake
 Uzbekistan Dilshod Mukhtarov Dilshod Mukhtarov
Exchange of quota places  Germany Hans-Jörg Meyer
Re-allocation of unused quota  Vietnam Nguyễn Mạnh Tường
Athletes qualified in other events  Armenia Norayr Bakhtamyan
 Australia David Moore
 Belarus Yury Dauhapolau
 Brazil Júlio Almeida
 Bulgaria Tanyu Kiryakov
 France Walter Lapeyre
 Germany Florian Schmidt
 India Samaresh Jung
 Japan Susumu Kobayashi
 Kazakhstan Rashid Yunusmetov
 Montenegro Nikola Šaranović
 Poland Wojciech Knapik
 Serbia Damir Mikec
 South Korea Jin Jong-oh
 South Korea Lee Dae-myung
 Tajikistan Sergey Babikov
 Thailand Jakkrit Panichpatikum
 Turkey Yusuf Dikeç
 Ukraine Ivan Rybovalov
Total 45

25 m rapid fire pistol men[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  China Zhang Penghui
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  Germany Ralf Schumann Ralf Schumann
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  Ukraine Oleksandr Petriv Oleksandr Petriv
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  Ukraine Roman Bondaruk Roman Bondaruk
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  China Liu Zhongsheng Liu Zhongsheng
2006 World Championships  Russia Sergei Alifirenko Leonid Ekimov
 Germany Marco Spangenberg Christian Reitz
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  Russia Sergei Polyakov Alexei Klimov
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  Czech Republic Martin Podhráský Martin Podhráský
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  Romania Iulian Raicea Iulian Raicea
2007 ISSF World Cup #4  United States Keith Sanderson Keith Sanderson
2007 Pan American Games  Cuba Leuris Pupo Leuris Pupo
2007 European Championships  Czech Republic Martin Strnad Martin Strnad
2007 Oceania Championships  Australia David Chapman Bruce Quick
2007 Asian Championships  Malaysia Hasli Izwan Amir Hasan Hasli Izwan Amir Hasan
Re-allocation of unused quota  Latvia Afanasijs Kuzmins
 Hong Kong Wong Fai
 Moldova Ghenadie Lisoconi
Athletes qualified in other events  Brazil Júlio Almeida
Total 19

10 m air pistol men[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  China Pang Wei
2005 ISSF World Cup #1  China Tan Zongliang Tan Zongliang
2005 ISSF World Cup #2  Russia Vladimir Gontcharov Mikhail Nestruyev
2005 ISSF World Cup #3  Russia Vladimir Isakov Vladimir Isakov
2005 ISSF World Cup #4  South Korea Jin Jong-oh Jin Jong-oh
2005 American Continental Championships  United States Thomas Rose Brian Beaman
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  North Korea Kim Jong-su Kwon Tong-hyok
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  France Walter Lapeyre Walter Lapeyre
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  Armenia Norayr Bakhtamyan Norayr Bakhtamyan
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  Bulgaria Tanyu Kiryakov Tanyu Kiryakov
2006 World Championships  Thailand Jakkrit Panichpatikum Jakkrit Panichpatikum
 Ukraine Viktor Makarov Oleh Omelchuk
 Kazakhstan Rashid Yunusmetov Rashid Yunusmetov
 Turkey Yusuf Dikeç Yusuf Dikeç
 Italy Francesco Bruno Mauro Badaracchi
2007 African Championships  Egypt Yasser El-Assy Mahmod Abdelaly
2007 European Championships 10m events  Poland Wojciech Knapik Wojciech Knapik
 Ukraine Ivan Rybovalov Ivan Rybovalov
 Germany Artur Gevorgjan Florian Schmidt
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  Serbia Damir Mikec Damir Mikec
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  South Korea Lee Dae-myung Lee Dae-myung
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  Belarus Yury Dauhapolau Yury Dauhapolau
2007 ISSF World Cup #4  India Samaresh Jung Samaresh Jung
2007 Pan American Games  Brazil Júlio Almeida Júlio Almeida
2007 Oceania Championships  Australia Stephen Deller David Moore
2007 Asian Championships  Japan Susumu Kobayashi Susumu Kobayashi
Triparte Commission Invitation  Netherlands Antilles Philip Elhage
 Montenegro Nikola Šaranović
Re-allocation of unused quota  New Zealand Wang Yang
 Trinidad and Tobago Roger Daniel
 Tajikistan Sergey Babikov
Athletes qualified in other events  Australia Daniel Repacholi
 Belarus Kanstantsin Lukashyk
 Brazil Stênio Yamamoto
 Finland Kai Jahnsson
 France Franck Dumoulin
 Germany Hans-Jörg Meyer
 Italy Vigilio Fait
 Japan Tomoyuki Matsuda
 North Korea Kim Jong-su
 Portugal João Costa
 Romania Iulian Raicea
 Russia Mikhail Nestruyev
 Slovakia Pavol Kopp
 Sri Lanka Edirisinghe Senanayake
 Switzerland Christoph Schmid
 United States Jason Turner
 Uzbekistan Dilshod Mukhtarov
 Vietnam Nguyễn Mạnh Tường
Total 48

Trap men[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  China Li Yajun
2005 ISSF World Cup #1  Italy Giovanni Pellielo Giovanni Pellielo
2005 ISSF World Cup #2  Australia Adam Vella Craig Henwood
2005 World Shotgun Championships  Italy Massimo Fabbrizi Erminio Frasca
2005 ISSF World Cup #3  Slovakia Mário Filipovič Mário Filipovič
2005 ISSF World Cup #4  Russia Alexey Alipov Alexey Alipov
2005 American Continental Championships  United States Bret Erickson Bret Erickson
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  Portugal Manuel Silva Manuel Silva
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  India Manavjit Singh Sandhu Manavjit Singh Sandhu
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  Germany Stefan Rüttgeroth Stefan Rüttgeroth
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  Russia Pavel Gurkin Pavel Gurkin
2006 World Championships  Germany Karsten Bindrich Karsten Bindrich
 Ireland Derek Burnett Derek Burnett
 Czech Republic David Kostelecký David Kostelecký
2007 African Championships  Egypt Adham Medhat Adham Medhat
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  United States Lance Bade Dominic Grazioli
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  Slovakia Erik Varga Erik Varga
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  India Mansher Singh Mansher Singh
2007 ISSF World Cup #4  Spain Jesús Serrano Jesús Serrano
2007 Pan American Games  Argentina Juan Carlos Dasque Juan Carlos Dasque
 Canada Giuseppe di Salvatore Giuseppe di Salvatore
2007 European Championships  France Yves Tronc Yves Tronc
 France Stéphane Clamens Stéphane Clamens
 Croatia Josip Glasnović Josip Glasnović
 Spain Alberto Fernández Alberto Fernández
2007 World Shotgun Championships  Australia Michael Diamond Michael Diamond
2007 Oceania Championships  New Zealand Graeme Ede Graeme Ede
2007 Asian Championships  South Korea Lee Young-sik Lee Young-sik
 Kuwait Naser Meqlad Naser Meqlad
 Singapore Lee Wung Yew Lee Wung Yew
Exchange of quota places  China Li Yang
Tripartite Commission Invitation  Bolivia César Menacho
 Philippines Eric Ang
Re-allocation of unused quota  Fiji Glenn Kable
Athletes qualified in other events  United Arab Emirates Ahmed Al-Maktoum
Total 35

Double trap men[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
2005 World Shotgun Championships  United Arab Emirates Ahmed Al-Maktoum Ahmed Al-Maktoum
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  Russia Vitaly Fokeev Vitaly Fokeev
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  Russia Vasily Mosin Vasily Mosin
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  India Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  China Hu Binyuan Hu Binyuan
2006 World Championships  Hungary Roland Gerebics Roland Gerebics
 Great Britain Richard Faulds Richard Faulds
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  Sweden Håkan Dahlby Håkan Dahlby
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  United States Walton Eller Walton Eller
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  United States Joshua Richmond Jeffrey Holguin
2007 ISSFWorld Cup #4  Italy Francesco d'Aniello Francesco d'Aniello
2007 Pan American Games  Puerto Rico Lucas Bennazar Ortiz Lucas Bennazar Ortiz
2007 European Championships  Italy Daniele Di Spigno Daniele Di Spigno
2007 World Shotgun Championships  Great Britain Steven Scott Steven Scott
2007 Oceania Championships  Australia Russell Mark Russell Mark
2007 Asian Championships  China Pan Qiang Wang Nan
Tripartite Commission Invitation  Malta William Chetcuti
Athletes qualified in other events  Canada Giuseppe di Salvatore
 New Zealand Graeme Ede
Total 19

Skeet men[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  China Jin Di
2005 ISSF World Cup #1  United States Vincent Hancock Vincent Hancock
2005 ISSF World Cup #2  Italy Ennio Falco Ennio Falco
2005 World Shotgun Championships  United States James Graves Randal McLelland
2005 ISSF World Cup #3  Spain Mario Núñez Mario Núñez
2005 ISSF World Cup #4  Cyprus Georgios Achilleos Georgios Achilleos
2005 American Continental Championships  Guatemala Juan Carlos Romero Juan Carlos Romero
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  China Qu Ridong Qu Ridong
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  Norway Tore Brovold Tore Brovold
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  Germany Axel Wegner Axel Wegner
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  Germany Tino Wenzel Tino Wenzel
2006 World Championships  Estonia Andrei Inešin Andrei Inešin
 Russia Valeriy Shomin Valeriy Shomin
 Ukraine Mykola Milchev Mykola Milchev
2007 African Championships  Egypt Eslam El-Deep Franco Donato
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  Kuwait Abdullah Al-Rashidi Abdullah Al-Rashidi
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  Cyprus Antonis Nikolaidis Antonis Nikolaidis
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  Norway Harald Jensen Harald Jensen
2007 ISSF World Cup #4  Kuwait Zaid Al-Mutairi Zaid Al-Mutairi
2007 Pan American Games  Mexico Ariel Flores Ariel Flores
 Peru Marco Matellini Marco Matellini
2007 European Championships  Spain Juan José Aramburu Juan José Aramburu
 Italy Valerio Luchini Andrea Benelli
 Czech Republic Jan Sychra Jan Sychra
 France Anthony Terras Anthony Terras
 Denmark Anders Golding Anders Golding
2007 World Shotgun Championships  Romania Ioan Toman Ioan Toman
2007 Oceania Championships  Australia George Barton George Barton
 Australia Paul Rahman Paul Rahman
2007 Asian Championships  Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah Nasser Al-Attiyah
 Qatar Aziz Al-Attiya Rashid Hamad
 United Arab Emirates Saeed Al-Maktoum Saeed Al-Maktoum
Exchange of quota places  Belarus Andrei Gerachtchenko
 Russia Konstantin Tsuranov
Tripartite Commission Invitation  Lebanon Ziad Richa
Re-allocation of unused quota  Chile Jorge Atalah
 Colombia Diego Duarte Delgado
 Dominican Republic Julio Dujarric
 Greece Georgios Salavantakis
 Saudi Arabia Saied Al-Mutairi
 Syria Roger Dahi
Total 41

50 m rifle three positions women[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
2005 ISSF World Cup #1  Germany Melanie Neininger Sonja Pfeilschifter
2005 ISSF World Cup #2  China Yin Wen Du Li
2005 ISSF World Cup #3  Germany Barbara Lechner Barbara Lechner
2005 ISSF World Cup #4  Czech Republic Lucie Valová Adéla Sýkorová
2005 American Continental Championships  United States Kimberly Chrostowski Sandra Fong
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  China Liu Bo Wu Liuxi
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  India Anjali Bhagwat Anjali Bhagwat
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  Russia Lioubov Galkina Tatiana Goldobina
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  Ukraine Natallia Kalnysh Natallia Kalnysh
2006 World Championships  Poland Sylwia Bogacka Sylwia Bogacka
 Serbia Lidija Mihajlović Lidija Mihajlović
 United States Jamie Beyerle Jamie Beyerle
 Switzerland Annik Marguet Annik Marguet
2007 African Championships  South Africa Esmari van Reenen Esmari van Reenen
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  France Marie Laure Gigon Marie Laure Gigon
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  Ukraine Olena Davydova Dariya Sharipova
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  Slovakia Daniela Pešková Daniela Pešková
2007 ISSF World Cup #4  Thailand Thanyalak Chotpaibunsin Thanyalak Chotpaibunsin
2007 Pan American Games  Mexico Alix Moncada Natalia Zamora
2007 European Championships  Switzerland Irene Beyeler Irene Beyeler
 Hungary Anita Tóth Anita Tóth
 Italy Valentina Turisini Valentina Turisini
2007 Oceania Championships  Australia Robyn van Nus Robyn van Nus
2007 Asian Championships  South Korea Jeong Mi-ra Kim Yoo-yeon
 Uzbekistan Elena Kuznetsova Elena Kuznetsova
Exchange of quota places  Norway Kristina Vestveit
Re-allocation of unused quota  Venezuela Diliana Mendez
Athletes qualified in other events  Australia Susan McCready
 Bulgaria Desislava Balabanova
 Croatia Snježana Pejčić
 Croatia Suzana Cimbal Špirelja
 Cuba Eglis Yaima Cruz
 Czech Republic Kateřina Emmons
 Finland Hanna Etula
 Finland Marjo Yli-Kiikka
 France Laurence Brize
 India Avneet Kaur Sidhu
 Kazakhstan Olga Dovgun
 Mongolia Zorigtyn Batkhuyag
 Norway Gyda Ellefsplas Olssen
 Poland Agnieszka Staroń
 Russia Lioubov Galkina
 Thailand Sasithorn Hongprasert
Total 43

10 m air rifle women[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  China Du Li
2005 ISSF World Cup #1  China Zhao Yinghui Zhao Yinghui
2005 ISSF World Cup #2  Russia Tatiana Goldobina Lioubov Galkina
2005 ISSF World Cup #3  Czech Republic Pavla Kalná Pavla Kalná
2005 ISSF World Cup #4  Germany Sonja Pfeilschifter Sonja Pfeilschifter
2005 American Continental Championships  United States Emily Caruso Emily Caruso
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  Mongolia Zorigtyn Batkhuyag Zorigtyn Batkhuyag
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  Czech Republic Kateřina Emmons Kateřina Emmons
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  Italy Elsa Caputo Valentina Turisini
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  Croatia Snježana Pejčić Snježana Pejčić
2006 World Championships  Kazakhstan Olga Dovgun Olga Dovgun
 Russia Marina Bobkova Olga Desyatsakaya
 India Avneet Kaur Sidhu Avneet Kaur Sidhu
 Germany Sylvia Aumann Barbara Lechner
 France Laurence Brize Laurence Brize
2007 European Championships 10m events  Finland Hanna Etula Hanna Etula
 Poland Agnieszka Staroń Agnieszka Staroń
 Finland Marjo Yli-Kiikka Marjo Yli-Kiikka
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  Bulgaria Desislava Balabanova Desislava Balabanova
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  Croatia Suzana Cimbal Špirelja Suzana Cimbal Špirelja
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  Norway Gyda Ellefsplas Olssen Gyda Ellefsplas Olssen
2007 ISSF World Cup #4  South Korea Lee Hye-jin Kim Yeo-oul
2007 Pan American Games  Cuba Eglis Yaima Cruz Eglis Yaima Cruz
2007 Oceania Championships  Australia Susannah Smith Susan McCready
2007 Asian Championships  Thailand Sasithorn Hongprasert Sasithorn Hongprasert
 South Korea Kim Chan-mi Kim Chan-mi
Exchange of quota places  Egypt Shimaa Abdel-Latif
 Ukraine Dariya Sharipova
Tripartite Commission Invitation  Nepal Phool Maya Kyapchhaki
Re-allocation of unused quota  Indonesia Yosheefin Prasasti
 Turkmenistan Yekaterina Arabova
 Monaco Fabienne Pasetti
Athletes qualified in other events  Australia Robyn van Nus
 France Marie Laure Gigon
 Hungary Anita Tóth
 India Anjali Bhagwat
 Norway Kristina Vestveit
 Poland Sylwia Bogacka
 Serbia Lidija Mihajlović
 Switzerland Irene Beyeler
 Switzerland Annik Marguet
 Slovakia Daniela Peskova
 Thailand Thanyalak Chotpaibunsin
 Ukraine Natallia Kalnysh
 United States Jamie Beyerle
 Uzbekistan Elena Kuznetsova
 Venezuela Diliana Mendez
Total 47

25 m pistol women[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  China Fei Fengji
2005 ISSF World Cup #1  Bulgaria Mariya Grozdeva Mariya Grozdeva
2005 ISSF World Cup #2  China Chen Ying Chen Ying
2005 ISSF World Cup #3  Serbia Jasna Šekarić Jasna Šekarić
2005 ISSF World Cup #4  Mongolia Otryadyn Gündegmaa Otryadyn Gündegmaa
2005 American Continental Championships  United States Elizabeth Callahan Elizabeth Callahan
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  Georgia Nino Salukvadze Nino Salukvadze
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  Spain María Pilar Fernández María Pilar Fernández
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  Italy Maura Genovesi Maura Genovesi
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  Bulgaria Antoaneta Boneva Irena Tanova
2006 World Championships  Belarus Zhanna Shapialevich Zhanna Shapialevich
 France Celine Goberville Brigitte Roy
 Ukraine Olena Kostevych Olena Kostevych
 Germany Stefanie Thurmann Stefanie Thurmann
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  South Korea Choi Kum-ram Lee Ho-lim
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  Japan Michiko Fukushima Michiko Fukushima
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  Hungary Zsófia Csonka Zsófia Csonka
2007 ISSF World Cup #4  Russia Galina Belyayeva Yuliya Alipava
2007 Pan American Games  United States Sandra Uptagrafft Rebecca Snyder
2007 European Championships  Albania Lindita Kodra Lindita Kodra
 France Stéphanie Tirode Stéphanie Tirode
 Czech Republic Petra Hyková Michaela Musilová
2007 Oceania Championships  Australia Linda Ryan Dina Aspandiyarova
2007 Asian Championships  Thailand Tanyaporn Prucksakorn Tanyaporn Prucksakorn
 South Korea Kang Eun-ra Ahn Soo-kyeong
Exchange of quota places  Poland Sławomira Szpek
Re-allocation of unused quota  Ecuador Carmen Malo
Athletes qualified in other events  Australia Lalita Yauhleuskaya
 Belarus Viktoria Chaika
 Canada Avianna Chao
 Czech Republic Lenka Marušková
 El Salvador Luisa Maida
 Spain Sonia Franquet
 France Brigitte Roy
 Germany Munkhbayar Dorjsuren
 Kazakhstan Zauresh Baibussinova
 Mongolia Tsogbadrakhyn Mönkhzul
 Poland Mirosława Sagun-Lewandowska
 North Korea Jo Yong-suk
 Russia Natalia Paderina
 Switzerland Sandra Kolly
 Chinese Taipei Huang Yi-ling
Total 41

10 m air pistol women[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
2005 ISSF World Cup #1  Australia Lalita Yauhleuskaya Lalita Yauhleuskaya
2005 ISSF World Cup #2  Belarus Viktoria Chaika Viktoria Chaika
2005 ISSF World Cup #3  South Korea Park Nam-suk Kim Yun-mi
2005 ISSF World Cup #4  South Korea Lee Ho-lim Lee Ho-lim
2005 American Continental Championships  United States Rebecca Snyder Brenda Shinn
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  China Ren Jie Ren Jie
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  China Sun Rongli Guo Wenjun
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  Germany Munkhbayar Dorjsuren Munkhbayar Dorjsuren
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  Switzerland Sandra Kolly Sandra Kolly
2006 World Championships  Russia Natalia Paderina Natalia Paderina
 Australia Dina Aspandiyarova Dina Aspandiyarova
 Mongolia Tsogbadrakhyn Mönkhzul Tsogbadrakhyn Mönkhzul
 Czech Republic Lenka Marušková Lenka Marušková
 Belarus Liudmila Chabatar Zhanna Shapialevich
2007 European Championships 10m events  Germany Claudia Verdicchio Claudia Verdicchio
 Finland Mira Nevansuu Mira Nevansuu
 Spain Sonia Franquet Sonia Franquet
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  Kazakhstan Zauresh Baibussinova Zauresh Baibussinova
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  Poland Mirosława Sagun-Lewandowska Mirosława Sagun-Lewandowska
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  Russia Olga Kuznetsova Svetlana Smirnova
2007 ISSF World Cup #4  Switzerland Angela Schuler Cornelia Frölich
2007 Pan American Games  Canada Avianna Chao Avianna Chao
2007 Asian Championships  North Korea Jo Yong-suk Jo Yong-suk
 Chinese Taipei Huang Yi-ling Huang Yi-ling
Exchange of quota places  France Brigitte Roy
Re-allocation of unused quota  Uruguay Carolina Lozado
Tripartite Commission Invitation  El Salvador Luisa Maida
 Paraguay Patricia Wilka
Athletes qualified in other events  Albania Lindita Kodra
 Bulgaria Mariya Grozdeva
 Bulgaria Irena Tanova
 Czech Republic Michaela Musilová
 Spain María Pilar Fernández
 France Stéphanie Tirode
 Georgia Nino Salukvadze
 Hungary Zsófia Csonka
 Italy Maura Genovesi
 Japan Michiko Fukushima
 Mongolia Otryadyn Gündegmaa
 Poland Sławomira Szpek
 Serbia Jasna Šekarić
 Thailand Tanyaporn Prucksakorn
 Ukraine Olena Kostevych
 United States Rebecca Snyder
Total 44

Trap women[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  China Liu Yingzi
2005 World Shotgun Championships  Italy Deborah Gelisio Deborah Gelisio
2005 American Continental Championships  Canada Sandra Honour Susan Nattrass
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  Slovakia Zuzana Štefečeková Zuzana Štefečeková
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  United States Theresa Dewitt Corey Cogdell
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  Germany Susanne Kiermayer Susanne Kiermayer
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  Finland Satu Mäkelä-Nummela Satu Mäkelä-Nummela
2006 World Championships  North Korea Chae Hye-gyong Pak Yong-hui
 Great Britain Lesley Goddard Charlotte Kerwood
2007 African Championships  South Africa Diane Swanton Diane Swanton
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  France Delphine Racinet Delphine Racinet
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  Japan Yukie Nakayama Yukie Nakayama
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  San Marino Daniela Del Din Daniela Del Din
2007 ISSF World Cup #4  Australia Suzanne Balogh Stacy Roiall
2007 World Shotgun Championships  Lithuania Daina Gudzinevičiūtė Daina Gudzinevičiūtė
2007 European Championships  Russia Elena Tkach Irina Laricheva
2007 Oceania Championships  New Zealand Natalie Rooney Nadine Stanton
2007 Asian Championships  Kazakhstan Elena Struchaeva Elena Struchaeva
Exchange of quota places  South Korea Lee Bo-na
Tripartite Commission Invitation  Namibia Gaby Ahrens
Total 20

Skeet women[edit]

[2]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  China Wei Ning
2005 World Shotgun Championships  France Véronique Girardet Véronique Girardet
2005 American Continental Championships  United States Haley Dunn Kimberly Rhode
2006 ISSF World Cup #1  Germany Christine Brinker Christine Brinker
2006 ISSF World Cup #2  Russia Svetlana Demina Svetlana Demina
2006 ISSF World Cup #3  Slovakia Danka Barteková Danka Barteková
2006 ISSF World Cup #4  Cyprus Andri Eleftheriou Andri Eleftheriou
2006 World Championships  Italy Chiara Cainero Chiara Cainero
 Great Britain Elena Little Elena Little
2007 African Championships  Egypt Mona El-Hawary Mona El-Hawary
2007 ISSF World Cup #1  Sweden Nathalie Larsson Nathalie Larsson
2007 ISSF World Cup #2  South Korea Kim Min-ji Kim Min-ji
2007 ISSF World Cup #3  Hungary Diána Igaly Diána Igaly
2007 ISSF World Cup #4  Finland Marjut Heinonen Marjut Heinonen
2007 World Shotgun Championships  Thailand Sutiya Jiewchaloemmit Sutiya Jiewchaloemmit
2007 European Championships  Romania Lucia Mihalache Lucia Mihalache
2007 Asian Championships  North Korea Pak Jong-ran Pak Jong-ran
2007 Oceania Championships  Australia Lauryn Mark Natalia Rahman
Re-allocation of unused quota  Azerbaijan Zemfira Meftahatdinova
Total 19

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Quota places by Nation and Name". ISSF. 23 June 2014. Retrieved 8 September 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p "Qualification System – Games of the XXIX Olympiad – Shooting" (PDF). ISSF. 2006. Retrieved 6 September 2015.