Shooting at the 2010 South American Games – Men's 50m rifle prone

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The Men's 10m air rifle event at the 2010 South American Games was held on March 23, with the qualification at 8:00 and the Finals at 11:00.

Individual[edit]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Elias Roberto Onatt
 Chile
Raul Vargas
 Venezuela
Pablo Alvarez
 Argentina

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Rank Athlete Series Total
1 2 3 4 5 6
1  Julio Cesar Iemma (VEN) 98 99 99 98 96 98 588
2  Elias Roberto Onatt (CHI) 95 99 98 99 99 97 587
3  Raul Vargas (VEN) 95 96 100 99 100 96 586
3  Samuel Lopes (BRA) 98 99 96 97 99 97 586
5  Pablo Alvarez (ARG) 98 97 95 98 98 99 585
6  Cesar Augusto Rodriguez (COL) 98 96 96 98 98 96 582
7  Gonzalo Andres Zilleruelo (CHI) 97 94 96 97 98 98 580
8  Cristian Fernando Andrade (ECU) 96 94 96 98 97 97 578
9  Jaime Asdrubal Espin (ECU) 98 98 96 98 94 94 578
10  Cesar Renato Laos (PER) 95 99 95 97 98 94 578
11  Alex Misael Suligoy (ARG) 95 95 96 99 96 96 577
12  Alvaro Duban Echeverri (COL) 94 97 97 96 95 96 575
13  Mauro Salles (BRA) 96 96 95 97 86 97 567
14  Alexander Eloy Laurente (PER) 95 92 95 96 94 94 566
 Mauricio Andres Garcia (CHI) DNS

Final[edit]

Rank Athlete Qual Score Final Score Total Shoot-off
1st, gold medalist(s)  Elias Roberto Onatt (CHI) 587 102.7 689.7
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Raul Vargas (VEN) 586 100.2 686.2
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Pablo Alvarez (ARG) 585 101.1 686.1 10.5
4  Julio Cesar Iemma (VEN) 588 98.1 686.1 9.5
5  Samuel Lopes (BRA) 586 98.4 684.4
6  Cesar Augusto Rodriguez (COL) 582 100.5 682.5
7  Gonzalo Andres Zilleruelo (CHI) 580 97.2 677.2
8  Cristian Fernando Andrade (ECU) 578 98.6 676.6

Team[edit]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Julio Cesar Iemma
Raul Vargas
 Venezuela
Elias Roberto Onatt
Gonzalo Andres Zilleruelo
 Chile
Pablo Alvarez
Alex Misael Suligoy
 Argentina

Results[edit]

Rank Athlete Series Total
1 2 3 4 5 6
1st, gold medalist(s)  Venezuela 1174
 Julio Cesar Iemma (VEN) 98 99 99 98 96 98 588
 Raul Vargas (VEN) 95 96 100 99 100 96 586
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Chile 1167
 Elias Roberto Onatt (CHI) 95 99 98 99 99 97 587
 Gonzalo Andres Zilleruelo (CHI) 97 94 96 97 98 98 580
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Argentina 1162
 Pablo Alvarez (ARG) 98 97 95 98 98 99 585
 Alex Misael Suligoy (ARG) 95 95 96 99 96 96 577
4  Colombia 1157
 Cesar Augusto Rodriguez (COL) 98 96 96 98 98 96 582
 Alvaro Duban Echeverri (COL) 94 97 97 96 95 96 575
5  Ecuador 1156
 Cristian Fernando Andrade (ECU) 96 94 96 98 97 97 578
 Jaime Asdrubal Espin (ECU) 98 98 96 98 94 94 578
6  Brazil 1153
 Samuel Lopes (BRA) 98 99 96 97 99 97 586
 Mauro Salles (BRA) 96 96 95 97 86 97 567
7  Peru 1144
 Cesar Renato Laos (PER) 95 99 95 97 98 94 578
 Alexander Eloy Laurente (PER) 95 92 95 96 94 94 566

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