Shooting at the 1958 Asian Games

Shooting sports at the 1958 Asian Games was held in Nagasaka & Tomioka Rifle Ranges and Murayama Shooting Range Tokyo, Japan between 25 and 30 May 1958. Shooting comprised 6 events, all open to both men and women. There were two pistol events, three rifle events and trap as a shotgun event in the program.

Shooting
at the 1958 Asian Games
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VenueNagasaka & Tomioka Rifle Range
Murayama Shooting Range
Dates25–30 May
← 1954
1962 →

The host nation Japan dominated the competition after winning five out of six possible gold medals. Adolfo Feliciano from the Philippines won the remaining gold medal in 300 m rifle event.

MedalistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
25 m rapid fire pistol
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Choji Hosaka
  Japan
Martin Gison
  Philippines
Kamol Tandbachoon
  Thailand
50 m pistol
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Kazuo Takagi
  Japan
Amorn Yuktanandana
  Thailand
Wang Chih-shan
  Republic of China
50 m rifle prone
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Yukio Inokuma
  Japan
Cesar Jayme
  Philippines
Henry Souza
  Hong Kong
50 m rifle 3 positions
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Kiyoshi Shimoda
  Japan
Wu Tao-yuan
  Republic of China
Adolfo Feliciano
  Philippines
300 m rifle 3 positions
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Adolfo Feliciano
  Philippines
Wu Tao-yuan
  Republic of China
Tomokazu Maruyama
  Japan
Trap
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Ujitoshi Konomi
  Japan
Tsai Po-sheng
  Republic of China
Enrique Beech
  Philippines

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Japan (JPN)5016
2  Philippines (PHI)1225
3  Republic of China (ROC)0314
4  Thailand (THA)0112
5  Hong Kong (HKG)0011
Totals (5 nations)66618

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