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Shooting at the 1936 Summer Olympics – Men's 50 metre pistol

The men's 50 metre pistol was a shooting sports event held as part of the Shooting at the 1936 Summer Olympics programme. It was the sixth appearance of the event. The competition was held on 6 and 7 August 1936 at the shooting ranges at Wannsee. 43 shooters from 19 nations competed.[1] The previous ban on hairspring trigger is now lifted.

Men's 50 metre pistol
at the Games of the XI Olympiad
VenueWannsee, Berlin, Germany
Date6–7 August
Competitors43 from 19 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Torsten Ullman  Sweden
2nd, silver medalist(s) Erich Krempel  Germany
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Charles des Jammonières  France
← 1920
1948 →

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MedallistsEdit

Gold Silver Bronze
  Torsten Ullman (SWE)   Erich Krempel (GER)   Charles des Jammonières (FRA)

RecordsEdit

These are the standing world and Olympic records prior to the 1936 Summer Olympics.

World Record 547   Torsten Ullman ? 1935
Olympic Record 503   Karl Röderer Paris (FRA) 1 August 1900

ResultsEdit

Starting order: On 6 August, the shooters from Argentina, Chile, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, USA, and Germany started. On the following day the shooters of all other countries competed. The competition started on both days at 8 a.m.

Weather: On the first day it was dry with fairly overcast sky. The wind influenced the competition at times during the morning. On the second day it was sunny in the morning and fairly overcast in the afternoon. In general the weather was warmer and there was no wind.

On the first day Erich Krempel set a new Olympic record. But on the second day Torsten Ullman set a new world record. 33 shooters finished with a better score than the standing Olympic record prior the Games.

Place Shooter Total Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6
1   Torsten Ullman (SWE) 559 95 92 94 91 92 95
2   Erich Krempel (GER) 544 87 88 91 92 95 91
3   Charles des Jammonières (FRA) 540 91 92 86 91 90 90
4   Marcel Bonin (FRA) 538 92 90 91 86 89 90
5   Tapio Wartiovaara (FIN) 537 95 86 86 88 93 89
6   Elliott Jones (USA) 536 92 90 83 92 90 89
7   Georgios Stathis (GRE) 532 90 89 92 89 87 85
8   Aatto Nuora (FIN) 532 86 89 90 86 92 89
9   Sándor Tölgyesi (HUN) 528 87 88 88 90 90 85
10   Bertalan Zsótér (HUN) 525 87 85 88 84 92 89
11   Mauritz Amundsen (NOR) 525 89 87 92 86 84 87
12   Paul Wehner (GER) 525 90 84 88 87 88 88
13   Marcel Lafortune (BEL) 524 83 87 89 85 85 95
14   Roberto Müller (CHI) 521 88 89 83 85 83 93
15   Jaakko Rintanen (FIN) 520 89 85 83 88 89 86
16   Carlos Lalanne (CHI) 520 86 87 89 86 87 85
17   William Riedell (USA) 519 82 87 85 89 84 92
18   Juan Rostagno (ARG) 519 90 85 88 80 89 87
19   Emil Martin (GER) 519 84 86 91 81 88 89
20   René Koch (FRA) 519 82 89 88 90 80 90
21   Stefano Margotti (ITA) 518 84 84 82 93 88 87
22   Julius Lehrmann (DEN) 518 81 86 91 88 84 88
23   Václav Krecl (TCH) 518 91 82 89 82 82 92
24   Helge Meuller (SWE) 517 85 85 82 88 87 90
25   Harvey Dias Villela (BRA) 515 82 84 87 87 85 90
26   Gustaf Bergström (SWE) 514 85 88 77 88 88 88
27   Miguel Lonegro (ARG) 513 87 79 87 85 90 85
28   Christen Møller (DEN) 513 84 90 82 85 87 85
29   Enrique Ojeda (CHI) 512 86 88 80 89 85 84
30   Martin Gison (PHI) 511 80 82 86 92 82 89
31   Paul Van Asbroeck (BEL) 510 90 86 87 71 89 87
32   Giancarlo Boriani (ITA) 506 80 85 86 90 79 86
33   Ralph Marshall (USA) 505 91 87 84 82 83 78
34   Jan Koller (TCH) 503 84 82 87 81 86 83
35   Georgios Kontogiannis (GRE) 502 81 85 85 86 83 82
36   Ugo Pistolesi (ITA) 502 86 80 88 80 87 81
37   Otoniel Gonzaga (PHI) 501 84 79 84 84 83 87
38   Herman Schultz (MON) 496 82 79 85 82 87 81
39   François Lafortune (BEL) 495 75 78 90 89 84 79
40   Moysés Cardoso (POR) 490 79 80 84 82 86 79
41   Louis Briano (MON) 467 73 72 79 87 80 76
42   Vasile Crişan (ROU) 446 73 65 72 71 80 85
43   Victor Bonafède (MON) 433 61 79 74 79 68 72

If the scores were level, the place was established according to position of hits on target.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Shooting at the 1936 Berlin Summer Games: Men's Free Pistol, 50 metres". Sports Reference. Retrieved 18 January 2015.

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