Shooting at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's 50 metre rifle three positions

Men's 50 metre rifle three positions (then known as small-bore free rifle) was one of the thirteen shooting events at the 1992 Summer Olympics. It was the first Olympic competition after the introduction of the new target in 1989, and thus two Olympic records were set, by Juha Hirvi (qualification round) and Hrachya Petikyan (final). Petikian won ahead of Robert Foth and Ryohei Koba, after a poor final demoted Hirvi to fourth place.[1]

Men's 50 metre rifle three positions
at the Games of the XXV Olympiad
VenueMollet del Vallès
Date31 July 1992
Competitors42 from 24 nations
Winning score1267.4 (OR)
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Hrachya Petikyan  Unified Team
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Robert Foth  United States
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Ryohei Koba  Japan
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Qualification roundEdit

Rank Athlete Country Prone Stand Kneel Total Notes
1 Juha Hirvi   Finland 398 384 390 1172 Q OR
2 Ryohei Koba   Japan 393 387 391 1171 Q
3 Robert Foth   United States 395 386 388 1169 Q
4 Hrachya Petikyan   Unified Team 399 383 387 1169 Q
5 Peter Gabrielsson   Sweden 398 379 391 1168 Q
6 Rajmond Debevec   Slovenia 394 387 386 1167 Q
7 Harald Stenvaag   Norway 397 381 388 1166 Q
8 Zsolt Vári   Hungary 398 379 387 1164 Q
9 Nemanja Mirosavljev   Independent Olympic Participants 397 374 392 1163
10 Jiang Rong   China 398 384 381 1163
11 Petr Kurka   Czechoslovakia 394 382 386 1162
11 Lee Eun-chul   South Korea 396 378 388 1162
11 Jari Pälve   Finland 395 378 389 1162
14 Tadeusz Czerwiński   Poland 397 374 389 1160
14 Thomas Farnik   Austria 391 382 387 1160
16 Jean-Pierre Amat   France 395 376 388 1159
17 Hubert Bichler   Germany 399 370 389 1158
17 Cha Young-chul   South Korea 399 377 382 1158
17 Goran Maksimović   Independent Olympic Participants 396 379 383 1158
20 Attila Zahonyi   Hungary 395 381 381 1157
21 Milan Bakeš   Czechoslovakia 397 375 383 1155
21 Michel Bury   France 396 371 388 1155
21 David Johnson   United States 394 379 382 1155
24 Norbert Sturny   Switzerland 391 373 390 1154
25 Klavs Jørn Christensen   Denmark 395 374 384 1153
26 Enrique Claverol Martínez   Spain 393 375 384 1152
26 Olimpiu Marin   Romania 398 367 387 1152
26 Wayne Sorensen   Canada 398 366 388 1152
29 Nils Petter Håkedal   Norway 400 368 383 1151
29 Bernd Rücker   Germany 395 373 383 1151
31 Kirill Ivanov   Unified Team 396 372 382 1150
31 Zhang Yingzhou   China 390 374 386 1150
33 Michel Dion   Canada 393 365 388 1146
33 Andreas Zumbach   Switzerland 392 375 379 1146
35 Jorge González   Spain 390 367 388 1145
35 Jacek Kubka   Poland 396 374 375 1145
37 Jørgen Just Herlufsen   Denmark 395 365 381 1141
38 Alister Miller Allan   Great Britain 399 361 380 1140
38 Wolfram Waibel   Austria 394 367 379 1140
40 Akihiro Mera   Japan 394 370 373 1137
41 Menachem Ilan   Israel 390 362 380 1132
42 Ricardo Rusticucci   Argentina 392 350 368 1110

OR Olympic record – Q Qualified for final

FinalEdit

Rank Athlete Qual Final Total Notes
    Hrachya Petikyan (EUN) 1169 98.4 1267.4 OR
    Robert Foth (USA) 1169 97.6 1266.6
    Ryohei Koba (JPN) 1171 94.9 1265.9
4   Juha Hirvi (FIN) 1172 92.8 1264.8
5   Harald Stenvaag (NOR) 1166 98.6 1264.6
6   Rajmond Debevec (SLO) 1167 95.6 1262.6
7   Peter Gabrielsson (SWE) 1168 93.1 1261.1
8   Zsolt Vári (HUN) 1164 94.6 1258.6

OR Olympic record

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Shooting at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Games: Men's Small-Bore Rifle, Three Positions, 50 metres". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 25 February 2020.

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