Shooting at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Qualification

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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
 Algeria 1 1 1
 Andorra 1 1 1
 Armenia 1 1 1
 Argentina 2 2 2
 Australia 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 22 17
 Austria 1 2 1 1 1 1 7 4
 Azerbaijan 1 1 2 1
 Bahrain 1 1 1
 Bangladesh 1 1 1
 Belarus 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 13 9
 Belgium 1 1 1
 Bhutan 1 1 1
 Bolivia 1 1 1
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 1 1 3 1
 Brazil 1 1 1 3 2
 Bulgaria 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 9 4
 Canada 1 1 1 3 2
 Chile 1 1 1
 China 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 25 23
 Colombia 1 1 1
 Croatia 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 9 5
 Cuba 1 1 2 2 6 4
 Cyprus 2 1 3 3
 Czech Republic 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 15 10
 Denmark 1 2 1 2 6 5
 Dominican Republic 1 1 2 1
 Ecuador 1 1 1
 Egypt 1 1 1 2 1 1 7 7
 El Salvador 1 1 2 1
 Estonia 1 1 2 1
 Fiji 1 1 1
 Finland 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 4
 France 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 22 14
 Georgia 1 1 2 1
 Germany 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 23 17
 Great Britain 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 16 11
 Greece 2 1 3 3
 Guatemala 1 1 1 3 2
 Honduras 1 1 1
 Hong Kong 1 1 1
 Hungary 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 3
 Iceland 1 1 2 1
 India 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 15 11
 Indonesia 1 1 1
 Iran 1 1 2 2 6 3
 Iraq 1 1 1
 Ireland 1 1 1
 Israel 1 1 2 1
 Italy 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 22 15
 Japan 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 4
 Kazakhstan 1 1 1 1 1 5 3
 Kyrgyzstan 1 1 2 1
 Kuwait 2 1 1 1 1 6 4
 Latvia 1 1 1
 Lebanon 1 1 1
 Lithuania 1 1 1
 Luxembourg 1 1 1
 Malaysia 1 1 1
 Malta 1 1 1
 Mexico 1 1 1 1 4 4
 Moldova 1 1 1
 Mongolia 1 1 1 1 1 5 2
 Montenegro 1 1 2 1
 Morocco 1 1 1
 Myanmar 1 1 1
 Namibia 1 1 1
 Nepal 1 1 1
 Netherlands 1 1 1 3 1
 New Zealand 1 1 1
 North Korea 1 1 2 1
 Norway 2 2 2 1 1 1 9 6
 Oman 1 1 1
 Pakistan 1 1 1
 Peru 1 1 1
 Philippines 1 1 1
 Poland 2 2 1 1 6 4
 Portugal 1 1 1 1 4 2
 Puerto Rico 1 1 1
 Qatar 1 1 1 3 3
 Romania 1 1 2 2
 Russia 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 27 22
 San Marino 1 1 1
 Saudi Arabia 1 1 1
 Serbia 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 15 8
 Singapore 1 1 2 1
 Slovakia 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 12 7
 Slovenia 1 1 1 1 1 5 3
 South Africa 1 1 1
 South Korea 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 21 13
 Spain 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 12 8
 Sri Lanka 1 1 2 1
 Sweden 1 2 1 4 4
 Switzerland 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 7
 Syria 1 1 1
 Chinese Taipei 1 2 1 4 3
 Tajikistan 1 1 1
 Thailand 1 1 1 2 2 1 8 4
 Trinidad and Tobago 1 1 2 1
 Tunisia 1 1 1
 Turkey 2 2 1 1 1 7 5
 Ukraine 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 16 9
 United Arab Emirates 1 1 1 3 3
 United States 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 25 20
 Uruguay 1 1 1
 Uzbekistan 1 1 2 1
 Venezuela 1 1 2 1
 Vietnam 1 1 1 1 4 2
Total: 108 NOCs 41 50 47 38 18 44 34 24 36 47 56 39 49 22 17 523 390

Qualification timeline[edit]

Event Date Venue
2010 ISSF World Shooting Championships July 29 – August 11, 2010 Germany Munich
2010 American Continental Championships November 18–28, 2010 Brazil Rio de Janeiro
2011 ISSF World Cup # 1 March 1–10, 2011 Chile Concepcion
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2 March 21–30, 2011 Australia Sydney
2011 ISSF World Cup # 3 April 11–19, 2011 South Korea Changwon
2011 ISSF World Cup # 4 April 19–28, 2011 China Beijing
2011 ISSF World Cup # 5 May 14–22, 2011 United States Fort Benning
2011 African Continental Championships (shotgun) May 25 – June 3, 2011 Morocco Rabat
2011 ISSF World Cup # 6 June 16–23, 2011 Germany Munich
2011 ISSF World Cup # 7 July 7–17, 2011 Slovenia Maribor
2011 European Shooting Championships July 31 – August 14, 2011 Serbia Belgrade
2011 ISSF World Shotgun Championships September 3–14, 2011 Serbia Belgrade
2011 Pan American Games October 15–23, 2011 Mexico Guadalajara
2011 African Continental Championships (rifle & pistol) October 15–25, 2011 Egypt Cairo*
2011 Oceania Continental Championships November 27 – December 4, 2011 Australia Sydney
2012 Asian Continental Championships January 11–22, 2012 Qatar Doha
2012 European Championships 10m events February 14–20, 2012 Finland Vierumäki

* This event was scheduled for February, but has been postponed due to the current unrest in Egypt.

50 m rifle 3 positions men[edit]

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Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  Great Britain James Huckle
2010 World Championships  France Cyril Graff Cyril Graff
 Russia Konstantin Prikhodtchenko Denis Sokolov
 South Korea Han Jin-seop Han Jin-seop
 South Korea Kim Jong-Hyun Kim Jong-hyun
 Serbia Nemanja Mirosavljev Nemanja Mirosavljev
2010 American Continental Championships  United States Joseph Hein Matthew Emmons
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  Slovakia Jozef Gönci Jozef Gönci
 Austria Thomas Farnik Thomas Farnik
2011 ISSF World Cup # 3  India Sanjeev Rajput Sanjeev Rajput
 Norway Ole Kristian Bryhn Ole Kristian Bryhn
2011 ISSF World Cup # 5  Switzerland Simon Beyeler Simon Beyeler
 Russia Alexei Kamenski Artem Khadjibekov
2011 ISSF World Cup # 6  China Lan Xing Lan Xing
 Norway Ole Magnus Bakken Are Hansen
2011 European Championships  Belarus Yury Shcherbatsevich Yury Shcherbatsevich
 Croatia Bojan Đurković Bojan Đurković
 Belarus Vitali Bubnovich Vitali Bubnovich
 Germany Daniel Brodmeier Daniel Brodmeier
2011 Pan American Games  United States Jason Parker Jason Parker
2011 Oceania Championships  Australia Christopher Gulvin Dane Sampson
2012 Asian Championships  India Imran Hasan Khan Gagan Narang
Exchange of quota places  Ukraine Artur Ayvazyan
Re-allocation of unused quota  Bosnia and Herzegovina Nedžad Fazlija
Athletes qualified in other events  Netherlands Peter Hellenbrand
 Mongolia Nyantain Bayaraa
 Germany Maik Eckhardt
 Kyrgyzstan Ruslan Ismailov
 Japan Midori Yajima
 Ukraine Serhiy Kulish
 Bulgaria Anton Rizov
 China Zhu Qinan
 Czech Republic Václav Haman
 Spain Javier López
 France Valérian Sauveplane
 Great Britain Jonathan Hammond
 Hungary Péter Sidi
 Italy Niccolò Campriani
 Italy Marco de Nicolo
 Slovenia Rajmond Debevec
 Switzerland Marcel Bürge
Total 41

50 m rifle prone men[edit]

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Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  Great Britain Jonathan Hammond
2010 World Championships  Belarus Sergei Martynov Sergei Martynov
 France Valérian Sauveplane Valérian Sauveplane
 India Hariom Singh Joydeep Karmakar
 Norway Vebjørn Berg Odd Arne Brekne
 United States Matthew Emmons Michael McPhail
2010 American Continental Championships  Argentina Juan Diego Angeloni Juan Diego Angeloni
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  China Wang Weiyi Wang Weiyi
 United States Eric Uptagrafft Eric Uptagrafft
2011 ISSF World Cup # 3  South Korea Choi Young-jeon Kim Hak-man
 Germany Maik Eckhardt Maik Eckhardt
2011 ISSF World Cup # 5  Germany Henri Junghänel Daniel Brodmeier
 Austria Christian Planer Christian Planer
2011 ISSF World Cup # 6[2]  Denmark Kenneth Nielsen Torben Grimmel
 Switzerland Marcel Bürge Marcel Bürge
European Continental Championships  Slovenia Rajmond Debevec Rajmond Debevec
 Russia Artem Khadjibekov Artem Khadjibekov
 Spain Javier López Javier López
2011 Pan American Games  Argentina Alex Suligoy Alex Suligoy
2011 Oceania Championships  Australia Dane Sampson Dane Sampson
 Australia Warren Potent Warren Potent
2012 Asian Championships  Japan Midori Yajima Midori Yajima
 South Korea Lee Hyun-tae Han Jin-seop
Exchange of quota places  New Zealand Ryan Taylor
Re-allocation of unused quota  Belgium Lionel Cox
 Sri Lanka Mangala Samarakoon
Athletes qualified in other events  Russia Sergei Kovalenko
 Israel Sergey Richter
 Croatia Bojan Đurković
 Serbia Nemanja Mirosavljev
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Nedžad Fazlija
 Belarus Yury Shcherbatsevich
 Austria Thomas Farnik
 Bulgaria Anton Rizov
 Canada Cory Niefer
 China Zhu Qinan
 Czech Republic Václav Haman
 France Cyril Graff
 Great Britain James Huckle
 Hungary Péter Sidi
 India Gagan Narang
 Italy Niccolò Campriani
 Italy Marco de Nicolo
 Mongolia Nyantain Bayaraa
 Netherlands Peter Hellenbrand
 Norway Ole Magnus Bakken
 Switzerland Pascal Loretan
 Slovakia Jozef Gönci
 Ukraine Artur Ayvazyan
 Ukraine Serhiy Kulish
Total 50

10 m air rifle men[edit]

[1]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
2010 World Championships  China Zhu Qinan Zhu Qinan
 Hungary Péter Sidi Péter Sidi
 India Gagan Narang Gagan Narang
 Italy Niccolò Campriani Niccolò Campriani
 Italy Marco de Nicolo Marco de Nicolo
 Russia Denis Sokolov Alexandre Sokolov
2010 American Continental Championships  United States Matthew Rawlings Matthew Emmons
 Canada Cory Niefer Cory Niefer
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  France Pierre Edmond Piasecki Pierre Edmond Piasecki
 Norway Are Hansen Are Hansen
 China Wang Tao Wang Tao
2011 ISSF World Cup # 3  Israel Sergey Richter Sergey Richter
 Ukraine Artur Ayvazyan Artur Ayvazyan
 France Jérémy Monnier Jérémy Monnier
2011 ISSF World Cup # 5  Netherlands Peter Hellenbrand Peter Hellenbrand
 Romania Alin George Moldoveanu Alin George Moldoveanu
 Russia Sergey Kamenskiy Alexei Kamenski
2011 ISSF World Cup # 6[3]  Bulgaria Anton Rizov Anton Rizov
 India Abhinav Bindra Abhinav Bindra
 Germany Tino Mohaupt Tino Mohaupt
2011 Pan American Games  United States Jonathan Hall Jonathan Hall
2011 African Championships  Egypt Mohamed Abdellah Amgad Hosen
2011 Oceania Championships  Australia William Godward William Godward
2012 Asian Championships[4]  Kyrgyzstan Ruslan Ismailov Ruslan Ismailov
 Mongolia Nyantain Bayaraa Nyantain Bayaraa
2012 European Championships 10m events  Croatia Petar Gorša Petar Gorša
 Belarus Illia Charheika Illia Charheika
 Switzerland Pascal Loretan Pascal Loretan
 Czech Republic Ondřej Rozsypal Václav Haman
Exchange of quota places  Germany Julian Justus
Re-allocation of unused quota  Uruguay Rudi Lausarot
Athletes qualified in other events  South Korea Kim Jong-hyun
 Australia Dane Sampson
 Croatia Bojan Đurković
 South Korea Han Jin-seop
 Serbia Nemanja Mirosavljev
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Nedžad Fazlija
 Japan Midori Yajima
 Belarus Vitali Bubnovich
 Austria Thomas Farnik
 Spain Javier López
 Great Britain James Huckle
 Norway Ole Magnus Bakken
 Sri Lanka Mangala Samarakoon
 Switzerland Simon Beyeler
 Slovakia Jozef Gönci
 Ukraine Serhiy Kulish
Total 47

50 m pistol men[edit]

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Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
2010 World Championships  Japan Tomoyuki Matsuda Tomoyuki Matsuda
 Kazakhstan Vyacheslav Podlensnyy Vyacheslav Podlensnyy
 South Korea Lee Dae-myung Jin Jong-oh
 Serbia Andrija Zlatić Andrija Zlatić
2010 American Continental Championships  United States Jason Turner Nick Mowrer
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  Italy Francesco Bruno Francesco Bruno
 China Pang Wei Wang Zhiwei
2011 ISSF World Cup # 3  Russia Leonid Ekimov Leonid Ekimov
 South Korea Kim Yeong-koo Choi Young-rae
2011 ISSF World Cup # 5  China Wu Xiao Zhang Tian
 Slovakia Pavol Kopp Pavol Kopp
2011 ISSF World Cup # 6  Italy Giuseppe Giordano Giuseppe Giordano
 Belarus Andrei Kazak Andrei Kazak
European Continental Championships  Russia Vladimir Isakov Vladimir Isakov
 France Frank Dumoulin Frank Dumoulin
2011 Pan American Games  Guatemala Sergio Sánchez Sergio Sánchez
2012 Asian Championships  Thailand Jakkrit Panichpatikum Jakkrit Panichpatikum
Tripartite Commission Invitation  Montenegro Nikola Šaranović
Re-allocation of unused quota  Trinidad and Tobago Roger Daniel
 Iceland Asgeir Sigurgeirsson
Athletes qualified in other events  Serbia Damir Mikec
 Australia Daniel Repacholi
 Germany Florian Schmidt
 Iran Ebrahim Barkhordari
 Portugal João Costa
 Albania Arben Kucana
 Vietnam Hoàng Xuân Vinh
 Belarus Kanstantsin Lukashyk
 Ukraine Oleh Omelchuk
 Armenia Norayr Bakhtamyan
 Spain Pablo Carrera
 Finland Kai Jahnsson
 France Walter Lapeyre
 Germany Christian Reitz
 Slovakia Juraj Tužinský
 Turkey Yusuf Dikeç
 Turkey İsmail Keleş
 United States Daryl Szarenski
Total 38

25 m rapid fire pistol men[edit]

[1]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
2010 World Championships  Russia Alexei Klimov Alexei Klimov
 China Zhang Jian Zhang Jian
American Continental Championships  Cuba Leuris Pupo Leuris Pupo
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  Czech Republic Martin Podhráský Martin Podhráský
 Russia Viatcheslav Kalioujnyi Leonid Ekimov
2011 ISSF World Cup # 3  United States Keith Sanderson Keith Sanderson
 Spain Jorge Llames Jorge Llames
2011 ISSF World Cup # 5  Germany Christian Reitz Christian Reitz
 India Vijay Kumar Vijay Kumar
2011 ISSF World Cup # 6  Germany Ralf Schumann Ralf Schumann
 United States Emil Milev Emil Milev
2011 European Championship  Ukraine Roman Bondaruk Roman Bondaruk
 Czech Republic Martin Strnad Martin Strnad
2011 Oceania Championships  Australia Bruce Quick David Chapman
2012 Asian Championships  China Li Yuehong Ding Feng
 South Korea Jang Dang-kyu Kim Dae-yoong
Re-allocation of unused quota  Latvia Afanasijs Kuzmins
Athletes qualified in other events  Thailand Jakkrit Panichpatikum
Total 18

10 m air pistol men[edit]

[1]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
2010 World Championships  South Korea Jin Jong-oh Jin Jong-oh
 Portugal João Costa João Costa
 Russia Sergey Chervyakovskiy Leonid Ekimov
 Serbia Damir Mikec Damir Mikec
 Turkey Yusuf Dikeç Yusuf Dikeç
American Continental Championships  United States Brian Beaman Jason Turner
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  Ukraine Oleh Omelchuk Oleh Omelchuk
 China Zhang Tian Pang Wei
 Slovakia Juraj Tužinský Juraj Tužinský
2011 ISSF World Cup # 3  France Walter Lapeyre Walter Lapeyre
 Serbia Dimitrije Grgić Andrija Zlatić
 Belarus Kanstantsin Lukashyk Kanstantsin Lukashyk
2011 ISSF World Cup # 5  Finland Kai Jahnsson Kai Jahnsson
 Germany Florian Schmidt Florian Schmidt
 Spain Pablo Carrera Pablo Carrera
2011 ISSF World Cup # 6  Russia Denis Kulakov Denis Kulakov
 Armenia Norayr Bakhtamyan Norayr Bakhtamyan
 Iran Ebrahim Barkhordari Ebrahim Barkhordari
2011 Pan American Games  United States Daryl Szarenski Daryl Szarenski
2011 African Championship  Egypt Karim Wagih Karim Wagih
2011 Oceania Continental Championships  Australia Daniel Repacholi Daniel Repacholi
2012 Asian Championships  China Wang Zhiwei Tan Zongliang
 Vietnam Hoàng Xuân Vinh Hoàng Xuân Vinh
2012 European Championships 10m events  Belarus Vladislav Kocarenko Yury Dauhapolau
 Italy Luca Tesconi Luca Tesconi
 Switzerland Patrick Scheuber Patrick Scheuber
 Turkey İsmail Keleş İsmail Keleş
Exchange of quota places  Ukraine Denys Kushnirov
Tripartite Commission Invitation  Myanmar Maung Kyu
Re-allocation of unused quota  Albania Arben Kucana
 Algeria Fateh Ziadi
 Tajikistan Sergey Babikov
Athletes qualified in other events  South Korea Choi Young-rae
 Guatemala Sergio Sánchez
 Iceland Asgeir Sigurgeirsson
 France Franck Dumoulin
 India Vijay Kumar
 Italy Francesco Bruno
 Japan Tomoyuki Matsuda
 Kazakhstan Vyacheslav Podlesnyy
 Montenegro Nikola Šaranović
 Slovakia Pavol Kopp
 Thailand Jakkrit Panichpatikum
 Trinidad and Tobago Roger Daniel
Total 44

Trap men[edit]

[1]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  Great Britain Edward Ling
2010 World Championships  China Li Yajun Du Yu
 Czech Republic Jiří Lipták Jiří Lipták
 Italy Giovanni Pellielo Giovanni Pellielo
 Russia Alexey Alipov Alexey Alipov
 Spain Alberto Fernández Alberto Fernández
2010 American Continental Championships  Dominican Republic Sergio Pinero Sergio Pinero
 Guatemala Jean Pierre Brol Jean Pierre Brol
2011 ISSF World Cup # 1  Turkey Oğuzhan Tüzün Oğuzhan Tüzün
 Russia Pavel Gurkin Maxim Kosarev
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  Italy Rodolfo Viganò Massimo Fabbrizi
 Germany Stefan Rüttgeroth Karsten Bindrich
2011 ISSF World Cup # 4  Croatia Giovanni Cernogoraz Giovanni Cernogoraz
 Czech Republic Jiří Gach David Kostelecký
2010 African Championships  Egypt Ahmed Zaher Ahmed Zaher
2011 ISSF World Cup # 7  Spain Jesús Serrano Jesús Serrano
 Australia Michael Diamond Michael Diamond
2011 European Championships  Slovakia Erik Varga Erik Varga
 Slovenia Boštjan Maček Boštjan Maček
 Croatia Anton Glasnović Anton Glasnović
 Austria Andreas Scherhaufer Andreas Scherhaufer
 Belarus Andrei Kavalenka Andrei Kavalenka
2011 World Shotgun Championships  France Stéphane Clamens Stéphane Clamens
2011 Pan American Games  Colombia Danilo Caro Danilo Caro
2011 Oceania Championships  Fiji Glenn Kable Glenn Kable
 Australia Matthew Stokes Adam Vella
2012 Asian Championships  India Manavjit Singh Sandhu Manavjit Singh Sandhu
 Kuwait Talal Al-Rashidi Talal Al-Rashidi
 Qatar Rashid Al-Athba Rashid Al-Athba
 United Arab Emirates Dhaher Al-Aryani Dhaher Al-Aryani
Tripartite Commission Invitation  Andorra Joan Tomas Roca
Re-allocation of unused quota  Bolivia Juan Carlos Perez
 Ireland Derek Burnett
Athletes qualified in other events  Kuwait Fehaid Al-Deehani
Total 34

Double trap men[edit]

[1]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
2010 World Championships  China Hu Binyuan Hu Binyuan
 Russia Vasily Mosin Vasily Mosin
 United States Joshua Richmond Joshua Richmond
2010 American Continental Championships  Brazil Filipe Fuzaro Filipe Fuzaro
2011 ISSF World Cup # 1  Russia Vitaly Fokeev Vitaly Fokeev
 Great Britain Peter Wilson Peter Wilson
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  Great Britain Richard Faulds Richard Faulds
 Italy Francesco d'Aniello Francesco d'Aniello
2011 ISSF World Cup # 4  Malta William Chetcuti William Chetcuti
 India Ronjan Sodhi Ronjan Sodhi
2010 African Championships  South Africa Alistair Davis Alistair Davis
2011 ISSF World Cup # 7  Hungary Richárd Bognár Richárd Bognár
 Italy Daniele di Spigno Daniele di Spigno
2011 European Championships  Sweden Håkan Dahlby Håkan Dahlby
2011 World Shotgun Championships  China Li Jun Li Jun
2011 Oceania Championships  Australia Russel Mark Russel Mark
2012 Asian Championships  United Arab Emirates Juma Al-Maktoum Juma Al-Maktoum
 Kuwait Fehaid Al-Deehani Fehaid Al-Deehani
Exchange of quota places  United States Walton Eller
Tripartite Commission Invitation  Oman Ahmed Al-Hatmi
Re-allocation of unused quota  Puerto Rico José Torres Laboy
Athletes qualified in other events  Croatia Anton Glasnović
 Dominican Republic Sergio Pinero
 Qatar Rashid Al-Athba
Total 24

Skeet men[edit]

[1]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  Great Britain Rory Warlow
2010 World Championships  Cyprus Georgios Achilleos Georgios Achilleos
 Russia Valeriy Shomin Valeriy Shomin
 Italy Ennio Falco Ennio Falco
 Cyprus Antonakis Andreou Antonakis Andreou
 United States Vincent Hancock Vincent Hancock
2010 American Continental Championships  United States Frank Thompson Frank Thompson
 Mexico Javier Rodríguez Javier Rodríguez
2011 ISSF World Cup # 1  Czech Republic Jan Sychra Jan Sychra
 Norway Tore Brovold Tore Brovold
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  Italy Luigi Lodde Luigi Lodde
 Great Britain Richard Brickell Richard Brickell
2011 ISSF World Cup # 4  Greece Nikolas Mavrommatis Nikolas Mavrommatis
 Denmark Jesper Hansen Jesper Hansen
2010 African Championships  Egypt Azmy Mehelba Azmy Mehelba
2011 ISSF World Cup # 7  Denmark Anders Golding Anders Golding
 Greece Efthimios Mitas Efthimios Mitas
2011 European Championships  France Eric Delaunay Anthony Terras
 Germany Tino Wenzel Ralf Buchheim
 Czech Republic Jakub Tomeček Jakub Tomeček
 Sweden Marcus Svensson Marcus Svensson
 Sweden Stefan Nilsson Stefan Nilsson
2011 World Shotgun Championships  Spain Juan José Aramburu Juan José Aramburu
2011 Pan American Games  Cuba Guillermo Torres Guillermo Torres
2011 Oceania Championships  Australia Paul Adams Keith Ferguson
 Australia Clive Barton Clive Barton
2012 Asian Championships  United Arab Emirates Saeed Almaktoum Saeed Almaktoum
 Kuwait Abdullah Al-Rashidi Abdullah Al-Rashidi
 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah Nasser Al-Attiyah
 South Korea Kwang Soo-cho Cho Yong-seong
Exchange of quota places  Egypt Mostafa Hamdy
 Switzerland Fabio Ramella
Re-allocation of unused quota  Saudi Arabia Majed Al-Tamimi
 Pakistan Khurrum Inam
 Peru Nicolas Pacheco
 Philippines Brian Rosario
Total 36

50 m rifle 3 positions women[edit]

[1]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
2010 World Championships  Ukraine Natallia Kalnysh Dariya Sharipova
 United States Jamie Lynn Gray Jamie Lynn Gray
 Switzerland Annik Marguet Annik Marguet
 Germany Barbara Engleder Barbara Engleder
 Germany Sonja Pfeilschifter Sonja Pfeilschifter
2010 American Continental Championships  United States Sandra Fong Amanda Furrer
 Mexico Alexis Gabriela Martínez Alexis Gabriela Martínez
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  Poland Sylwia Bogacka Sylwia Bogacka
 France Laurence Brize Laurence Brize
2011 ISSF World Cup # 3  China Li Peijing Li Peijing
 France Emilie Evesque Emilie Evesque
2011 ISSF World Cup # 5  Serbia Andrea Arsović Andrea Arsović
2011 ISSF World Cup # 6  China Wan Xiangyan Du Li
 Slovakia Daniela Pešková Daniela Pešková
2011 European Championships  Russia Liubov Galkina Liubov Galkina
 Estonia Anžela Voronova Anžela Voronova
 Russia Tatyana Yushkova Daria Vdovina
 Finland Marjo Yli-Kiikka Marjo Yli-Kiikka
2011 Pan American Games  Cuba Dianelys Pérez Dianelys Pérez
2011 Oceania Championships  Australia Robyn van Nus Robyn van Nus
2012 Asian Championships  Kazakhstan Olga Dovgun Olga Dovgun
 South Korea Jeong Gyung-suk Na Yoon-kyung
 South Korea Jeong Mi-ra Jeong Mi-ra
Exchange of quota places  Qatar Bahya Mansour Al-Hamad
 Poland Agnieszka Nagay
Re-allocation of unused quota  Bahrain Azza Al-Qasmi
Athletes qualified in other events  Australia Alethea Sedgman
 Croatia Snježana Pejčić
 Iran Elaheh Ahmadi
 Iran Mahlagha Jambozorg
 Serbia Ivana Maksimović
 Austria Stephanie Obermoser
 Bulgaria Petya Lukanova
 Cuba Eglis Yaima Cruz
 Czech Republic Kateřina Emmons
 Czech Republic Adéla Sýkorová
 Denmark Stine Nielsen
 El Salvador Melissa Mikec
 Great Britain Jennifer McIntosh
 Italy Elania Nardelli
 Italy Petra Zublasing
 Kuwait Maryam Arzouqi
 Norway Malin Westerheim
 Singapore Jasmine Ser Xiang Wei
 Slovenia Živa Dvoršak
 Ukraine Daria Tykhova
 Uzbekistan Sakina Mamedova
Total 47

10 m air rifle women[edit]

[1]

Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  Great Britain Jennifer McIntosh
2010 World Championships  China Yi Siling Yi Siling
 China Wu Liuxi Yu Dan
 Italy Elania Nardelli Elania Nardelli
 Iran Mahlagha Jambozorg Mahlagha Jambozorg
 Germany Beate Gauss Beate Gauss
 Germany Jessica Mager Jessica Mager
2010 American Continental Championships  Cuba Eglis Yaima Cruz Eglis Yaima Cruz
 Mexico Rosa Peña Rocamontes Rosa Peña Rocamontes
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  Croatia Snjezana Pejcic Snjezana Pejcic
 Iran Elaheh Ahmadi Elaheh Ahmadi
 Ukraine Daria Tykhova Daria Tykhova
2011 ISSF World Cup # 3  United States Sarah Scherer Sarah Scherer
 Poland Agnieszka Nagay Sylwia Bogacka
 Serbia Ivana Maksimović Ivana Maksimović
2011 ISSF World Cup # 5  Italy Petra Zublasing Petra Zublasing
 Denmark Stine Nielsen Stine Nielsen
 Austria Stephanie Obermoser Stephanie Obermoser
2011 ISSF World Cup # 6[5]  Czech Republic Kateřina Emmons Kateřina Emmons
 Czech Republic Adéla Sýkorová Adéla Sýkorová
 Denmark Anette Jensen Stine Anderson
2011 Pan American Games  United States Emily Caruso Jamie Lynn Gray
2011 African Championships  Egypt Nourhan Amer Nourhan Amer
2012 Asian Championships  Kuwait Maryam Arzouqi Maryam Arzouqi
 Malaysia Nur Suryani Mohd Taibi Nur Suryani Mohd Taibi
2012 European Championships 10m events  Slovenia Živa Dvoršak Živa Dvoršak
 Norway Marte Torvik Malin Westerheim
 Poland Paula Wrońska Paula Wrońska
 Bulgaria Petya Lukanova Petya Lukanova
Exchange of quota places  Australia Alethea Sedgman
 Russia Daria Vdovina
Tripartite Commission Invitation  Bangladesh Sharmin Ratna
 Bhutan Kunzang Choden
Re-allocation of unused quota  Ecuador Sofia Padilla
 El Salvador Melissa Mikec
 Indonesia Diaz Kusumawardani
 Luxembourg Carole Calmes
 Nepal Sneh Rana
 Singapore Jasmine Ser Xiang Wei
 Syria Raya Zin Aldden
 Uzbekistan Sakina Mamedova
Athletes qualified in other events  Australia Robyn van Nus
 South Korea Jeong Mi-ra
 South Korea Na Yoon-kyung
 Russia Lioubov Galkina
 Serbia Andrea Arsović
 Cuba Dianelys Pérez
 Estonia Anžela Voronova
 Finland Marjo Yli-Kiikka
 France Laurence Brize
 France Emilie Evesque
 Kazakhstan Olga Dovgun
 Qatar Bahya Mansour Al-Hamad
 Switzerland Annik Marguet
 Slovakia Daniela Pešková
 Ukraine Dariya Sharipova
Total 56

25 m pistol women[edit]

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Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
2010 World Championships  Russia Yuliya Alipava Anna Mastyanina
 Russia Kira Mozgalova Kira Mozgalova
 Spain Sonia Franquet Sonia Franquet
 Japan Yukari Konishi Yukari Konishi
 North Korea Jo Yong-suk Jo Yong-suk
2010 American Continental Championships  Brazil Ana Luiza Mello Ana Luiza Mello
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  China Yuan Jing Yuan Jing
 Bulgaria Antoaneta Boneva Antoaneta Boneva
2011 ISSF World Cup # 3  China Chen Ying Chen Ying
 Germany Munkhbayar Dorjsuren Munkhbayar Dorjsuren
2011 ISSF World Cup # 5  Mongolia Otryadyn Gündegmaa Otryadyn Gündegmaa
 India Rahi Sarnobat Rahi Sarnobat
2011 ISSF World Cup # 6  Bulgaria Mariya Grozdeva Mariya Grozdeva
 Hungary Zsófia Csonka Zsófia Csonka
2011 European Championships  Switzerland Heidi Diethelm Heidi Diethelm
 Great Britain Georgina Geikie Georgina Geikie
 Azerbaijan Irada Ashumova Irada Ashumova
2011 Pan American Games  United States Sandra Uptagrafft Sandra Uptagrafft
2011 Oceania Continental Championship  Australia Chloe Esposito Hayley Chapman
2012 Asian Championships  Thailand Naphaswan Yangpaiboon Naphaswan Yangpaiboon
 Vietnam Lê Thị Hoàng Ngọc Lê Thị Hoàng Ngọc
 Thailand Tanyaporn Prucksakorn Tanyaporn Prucksakorn
Exchange of quota places  India Heena Sidhu
 South Korea Kim Kyeong-ae
 Serbia Zorana Arunović
Athletes qualified in other events  Germany Claudia Verdicchio-Krause
 Australia Lalita Yauhleuskaya
 South Korea Kim Jang-mi
 Poland Beata Bartków-Kwiatkowska
 Portugal Joana Castelão
 Serbia Jasna Šekarić
 Chinese Taipei Tien Chia-chen
 Belarus Viktoria Chaika
 Czech Republic Lenka Marušková
 France Céline Goberville
 France Stéphanie Tirode
 Georgia Nino Salukvadze
 Ukraine Olena Kostevych
 Venezuela Maribel Pineda
Total 39

10 m air pistol women[edit]

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Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
2010 World Championships  Australia Lalita Yauhleuskaya Lalita Yauhleuskaya
 Belarus Viktoria Chaika Viktoria Chaika
 China Su Yuling Su Yuling
 Czech Republic Lenka Marušková Lenka Marušková
 Finland Mira Suhonen Mira Suhonen
 Serbia Zorana Arunović Zorana Arunović
2010 American Continental Championships  Mexico Alejandra Zavala Alejandra Zavala
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  Georgia Nino Salukvadze Nino Salukvadze
 Ukraine Olena Kostevych Olena Kostevych
 Chinese Taipei Tien Chia-chen Tien Chia-chen
2011 ISSF World Cup # 3  China Sun Qi Guo Wenjun
 South Korea Park Min-jin Kim Byung-hee
 Australia Dina Aspandiyarova Dina Aspandiyarova
2011 ISSF World Cup # 5  India Annu Raj Singh Annu Raj Singh
 France Céline Goberville Céline Goberville
 Greece Athina Douka Athina Douka
2011 ISSF World Cup # 6  France Stéphanie Tirode Stéphanie Tirode
 Russia Liubov Yaskevich Liubov Yaskevich
 Poland Beata Bartków-Kwiatkowska Beata Bartków-Kwiatkowska
2011 Pan American Games  Canada Dorothy Ludwig Dorothy Ludwig
2011 African Championship  Tunisia Olfa Charni Noura Nasri
2012 Asian Shooting Championships  South Korea Kim Jang-mi Kim Jang-mi
2012 European Championships 10m events  Serbia Bobana Veličković Bobana Veličković
 Germany Claudia Verdicchio-Krause Claudia Verdicchio-Krause
 Russia Galina Orlovskaya Natalia Paderina
 Portugal Joana Castelão Joana Castelão
Exchange of quota places  Chinese Taipei Yu Ai-wen
Tripartite Commission Invitation  Honduras Claudia Carolina Fajardo Rodriguez
 Iraq Noor Amer
Re-allocation of unused quota  Hong Kong Ip Pui Yi
 Moldova Marina Zgurscaia
 Venezuela Maribel Pineda
Athletes qualified in other events  Germany Munkhbayar Dorjsuren
 Vietnam Lê Thị Hoàng Ngọc
 North Korea Jo Yong-suk
 Japan Yukari Konishi
 Azerbaijan Irada Ashumova
 Brazil Ana Luiza Mello
 Bulgaria Antoaneta Boneva
 Bulgaria Maria Grozdeva
 Spain Sonia Franquet
 Great Britain Georgina Geikie
 Hungary Zsófia Csonka
 India Heena Sidhu
 Mongolia Otryadyn Gündegmaa
 Switzerland Heidi Diethelm
 Thailand Tanyaporn Prucksakorn
 Thailand Naphaswan Yangpaiboon
 United States Sandra Uptagrafft
Total 49

Trap women[edit]

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Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  Great Britain Charlotte Kerwood
2010 World Championships  Slovakia Zuzana Štefečeková Zuzana Štefečeková
 Italy Jessica Rossi Jessica Rossi
 China Liu Yingzi Liu Yingzi
2010 American Continental Championships  United States Corey Cogdell Corey Cogdell
2011 ISSF World Cup # 1  San Marino Alessandra Perilli Alessandra Perilli
 Spain Fátima Gálvez Fátima Gálvez
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  South Korea Eom So-yeon Kang Gee-eun
 Turkey Nihan Kantarcı Nihan Kantarcı
2011 ISSF World Cup # 4  Chinese Taipei Lin Yi-chun Lin Yi-chun
 Finland Satu Mäkelä-Nummela Satu Mäkelä-Nummela
2011 African Championships  Namibia Gaby Ahrens Gaby Ahrens
2011 ISSF World Cup # 7  France Delphine Racinet Delphine Racinet
 Germany Katrin Quooß Sonja Scheibl
2011 European Championships  Russia Elena Tkach Elena Tkach
2011 World Shotgun Championships  India Shagun Chowdhary Shagun Chowdhary
2011 Oceania Championships  Australia Laetisha Scanlan Suzanne Balogh
2012 Asian Championships  Japan Yukie Nakayama Yukie Nakayama
Tripartite Commission Invitation  Lebanon Ray Bassil
Re-allocation of unused quota  Lithuania Daina Gudzinevičiūtė
 Morocco Yasmina Mesfioui
Athletes qualified in other events  United States Kimberly Rhode
Total 22

Skeet women[edit]

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Event Quota places Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation  Great Britain Elena Allen
2010 World Championships  Slovakia Danka Barteková Danka Barteková
 China Wei Ning Wei Ning
 United States Kimberly Rhode Kimberly Rhode
2010 American Continental Championships  Chile Francisca Crovetto Chadid Francisca Crovetto Chadid
2011 ISSF World Cup # 1  Italy Chiara Cainero Chiara Cainero
 Russia Marina Ezhova Marina Belikova
2011 ISSF World Cup # 2  Sweden Therese Lundqvist Therese Lundqvist
 Australia Lauryn Mark Lauryn Mark
2011 ISSF World Cup # 4  Germany Christina Wenzel Christina Wenzel
 Thailand Sutiya Jiewchaloemmit Sutiya Jiewchaloemmit
2011 African Championship  Egypt Mona El-Hawary Mona El-Hawary
2011 ISSF World Cup # 7  Cyprus Panayiota Andreou Panayiota Andreou
 France Véronique Girardet Véronique Girardet
2011 European Championship  Turkey Çiğdem Özyaman Çiğdem Özyaman
2011 World Shotgun Championship  Romania Lucia Mihalache Lucia Mihalache
2012 Asian Championships  Kazakhstan Angelina Michshuk Angelina Michshuk
Total 17

References[edit]

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