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Shooting at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Mixed 50 metre rifle, prone

The following are the results of the 50 metre rifle prone competition at the 1972 Summer Olympics. The gold medal was won by Ri Ho-jun of North Korea, this was the first ever medal for a North Korean athlete at the Summer Olympics. It appeared that Vic Auer from the United States won the gold with 598. After the official scores were announced the judges gave Li 599 for the gold medal.[1]

50 metre rifle prone
at the Games of the XX Olympiad
VenueSchießanlage
DateAugust 28, 1972
Competitors101 from 58 nations
Winning score599 WR
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Ri Ho-jun  North Korea
2nd, silver medalist(s) Victor Auer  United States
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Nicolae Rotaru  Romania
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The format was: 50 metres prone. 60 shots in prone position. For a possible score of 600. All ties are broken by the best score in the sixth stage, if still tied it goes to the fifth stage and continues until the tie is broken.

Rank Name Nationality 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total
  Ri Ho-jun   North Korea 99 100 100 100 100 100 599 WR
  Victor Auer   United States 100 98 100 100 100 100 598
  Nicolae Rotaru   Romania 100 100 100 99 100 99 598
4 Giuseppe De Chirico   Italy 99 100 99 99 100 100 597
5 Jiří Vogler   Czechoslovakia 100 100 98 99 100 100 597
6 Jaime Santiago   Puerto Rico 100 100 99 99 99 100 597
7 Lones Wigger   United States 99 99 100 100 100 99 597
8 László Hammerl   Hungary 100 99 100 100 99 99 597
9 Andrzej Trajda   Poland 100 100 100 100 98 99 597
10 Donald Brook   Australia 99 99 99 100 99 100 596
11 Rudolf Pojer   Czechoslovakia 100 100 99 98 100 99 596
12 Werner Lippoldt   East Germany 100 99 100 99 99 99 596
13 Wolfram Waibel, Sr.   Austria 100 100 100 98 100 98 596
14 Frans Lafortune   Belgium 99 98 100 99 100 99 595
15 Henning Clausen   Denmark 99 99 100 99 99 99 595
16 Silvester Knipfer   West Germany 99 100 98 100 100 98 595
17 Willy Hillen   Netherlands 99 100 99 99 100 98 595
18 Vitaly Parkhimovich   Soviet Union 99 98 99 99 99 100 594
19 Emiliyan Vergov   Bulgaria 98 100 100 97 99 100 594
20 Ernesto Montemayor, Jr.   Mexico 100 98 99 99 98 100 594
21 Stefan Vasilev   Bulgaria 99 98 99 100 99 99 594
22 Ismail Rama   Albania 99 99 99 100 98 99 594
23 Henry Herscovici   Israel 100 99 97 98 100 99 593
24 Peter Gorewski   East Germany 98 99 99 99 99 99 593
25 Russell Dove   Australia 98 100 98 99 99 99 593
26 Ioannis Skarafingas   Greece 98 99 100 98 99 99 593
27 Lambis Manthos   Greece 96 99 100 100 100 98 593
28 Eulalia Rolińska   Poland 99 97 100 99 100 98 593
29 Mike Watt   New Zealand 99 98 100 100 99 97 593
30 Zdravko Milutinović   Yugoslavia 100 98 99 100 99 97 593
31 Joe Barral   Monaco 99 100 99 99 99 97 593
32 Olegario Vázquez   Mexico 98 100 97 98 99 100 592
33 Manuel Hawayek   Puerto Rico 98 99 98 99 98 100 592
34 Valentin Kornev   Soviet Union 97 99 99 98 100 99 592
35 Mehmet Dursun   Turkey 100 97 98 98 100 99 592
36 Christer Jansson   Sweden 97 99 99 99 99 99 592
37 Gottfried Kustermann   West Germany 99 99 98 99 98 99 592
38 Ricardo Rusticucci   Argentina 99 100 97 100 97 99 592
39 Sven Johansson   Sweden 99 100 98 99 97 99 592
40 Helge Anshushaug   Norway 100 99 99 98 99 97 592
41 Wu Tao-yan   Republic of China 98 98 99 97 99 100 591
42 Mendbayaryn Jantsankhorloo   Mongolia 97 98 99 99 99 99 591
43 Walter Frescura   Italy 98 98 98 99 99 99 591
44 Humberto Cabrera   Cuba 97 99 99 99 98 99 591
45 Michel Fontaine   France 98 100 99 98 98 98 591
46 Ian Ballinger   New Zealand 98 100 100 100 97 96 591
47 Alf Mayer   Canada 97 98 97 98 100 100 590
48 Sándor Nagy   Hungary 98 99 98 98 97 100 590
49 Luis del Cerro   Spain 97 98 99 100 96 100 590
50 Gil Boa   Canada 95 98 99 100 99 99 590
51 Adelso Peña   Cuba 98 99 98 98 99 98 590
52 Robert Houman   Belgium 99 99 98 97 99 98 590
53 Ilie Codreanu   Romania 99 99 96 100 98 98 590
54 John Palin   Great Britain 98 98 97 100 100 97 590
55 Phil Lawrence   Great Britain 97 98 99 99 100 97 590
56 Dismus Onyiego   Kenya 100 99 96 99 100 96 590
57 Zelig Shtroch   Israel 96 98 97 100 99 99 589
58 Li Yun-hae   North Korea 98 98 95 100 99 99 589
59 Minoru Ito   Japan 97 96 100 99 98 99 589
60 Choi Chung-seok   South Korea 99 98 98 96 100 98 589
61 Jaakko Asikainen   Finland 98 98 99 98 98 98 589
62 Erwin Vogt   Switzerland 98 99 99 96 98 98 588
63 Theo Ditzler   Switzerland 98 95 97 98 100 99 587
64 José Luis Calvo   Spain 100 96 97 99 97 98 587
65 Daya Rajasinghe Nadarajasingham   Ceylon 97 99 98 98 98 97 587
66 Beqir Kosova   Albania 100 96 98 98 99 96 587
67 Karl Fröschl   Austria 100 97 97 99 99 95 587
68 Hugo Chamberlain   Costa Rica 97 96 97 98 99 99 586
69 Jens Nygård   Norway 99 98 97 100 94 98 589
70 Udomsak Theinthong   Thailand 96 98 98 99 98 97 586
71 Alfonso Rodríguez   Colombia 96 98 97 99 97 98 585
72 Chira Prabandhayodhin   Thailand 98 97 99 96 98 97 585
73 Pierre Boisson   Monaco 96 98 99 99 97 96 585
74 Milton Tucker   Barbados 97 98 96 96 99 98 584
75 Gladys Baldwin   Peru 95 99 98 96 98 98 584
76 Vagn Andersen   Denmark 97 98 96 97 99 97 584
77 Agustin Rangel   Venezuela 98 95 95 100 97 98 583
78 Douglas Mast   Virgin Islands 98 97 97 96 97 98 583
79 Simon Ekeno   Kenya 96 95 100 98 96 98 583
80 Esa Kervinen   Finland 97 95 98 98 98 97 583
81 Remo Sele   Liechtenstein 95 96 98 98 100 96 583
82 Takeshi Sugita   Japan 99 98 96 98 97 95 583
83 Peter Rull, Sr.   Hong Kong 97 95 98 99 96 97 582
84 André Noël   France 94 98 97 100 93 99 581
85 Wong Foo Wah   Malaysia 98 98 98 95 96 96 581
86 Fernando Inchauste   Bolivia 97 97 98 94 96 98 580
87 Louis Frommelt   Liechtenstein 99 99 95 96 95 96 580
88 Harold Fredericks   Virgin Islands 98 95 99 97 97 94 580
89 Jaime Callejas   Colombia 97 94 97 100 95 96 579
90 César Batista   Portugal 98 96 94 97 94 99 578
91 Juan Antonio Valencia   El Salvador 97 93 97 97 97 95 576
92 Mário Ribeiro   Portugal 96 95 96 94 96 98 575
93 Carvour Morris   Barbados 97 95 95 97 94 97 575
94 Eduardo Arroyo   Bolivia 96 99 94 97 93 96 575
95 Prithipal Chatterjee   India 97 96 96 93 95 95 572
96 Yondonjamtsyn Batsükh   Mongolia 98 96 94 95 96 93 572
97 Lodovico Espinosa   Philippines 92 94 96 98 96 94 570
98 José Mario Váldez   El Salvador 94 94 96 96 93 96 569
99 Roy Choudhury   India 93 95 97 96 92 94 567
100 Bèto Adriana   Netherlands Antilles 93 93 96 93 96 95 566
101 Owen Phillips   British Honduras 87 94 94 94 95 91 555
Italo Casali   San Marino DNS
Libero Casali   San Marino DNS

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Sports Reference. "Shooting at the 1972 München Summer Games: Mixed Small-Bore Rifle, Prone, 50 metres". Retrieved 14 February 2016.

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