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Shooting at the 2011 Pan American Games – Men's skeet

The men's skeet shooting event at the 2011 Pan American Games was on October 21 and 22 at the Jalisco Hunting Club in Guadalajara.[1] The defending Pan American Games champion is Vincent Hancock of the United States.

Shooting – Men's skeet at the XVI Pan American Games
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VenueJalisco Hunting Club
DatesOctober 21–22
Competitors28 from 16 nations
Medalists
Gold medal   United States
Silver medal   Cuba
Bronze medal   Cuba
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The event consisted of two rounds: a qualifier and a final. In the qualifier, each shooter fired 5 sets of 25 shots in skeet shooting.

The top 6 shooters in the qualifying round moved on to the final round. There, they fired one additional round of 25. The total score from all 150 shots was used to determine final ranking. Ties are broken using a shoot-off; additional shots are fired one pair at a time until there is no longer a tie.

ScheduleEdit

All times are Central Standard Time (UTC-6).

Date Time Round
October 21, 2011 10:00 Qualification Day 1
October 22, 2011 10:00 Qualification Day 2
October 22, 2011 15:00 Final

RecordsEdit

The existing world and Pan American Games records were as follows.

Qualification records
World record   Vincent Hancock (USA)
  Tore Brovold (NOR)
  Mykola Milchev (UKR)
  Jan Sychra (CZE)
  Tore Brovold (NOR)
125 Lonato, Italy
Nicosia, Cyprus
Cairo, Egypt
Munich, Germany
Osijek, Croatia
June 14, 2007
July 13, 2008
May 9, 2009
May 20, 2009
July 25, 2009
Pan American record   James Graves (USA) 123 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil July 20, 2007
Final records
World record   Vincent Hancock (USA)
  Tore Brovold (NOR)
  Tore Brovold (NOR)
  Jan Sychra (CZE)
150 (125+25) Lonato, Italy
Nicosia, Cyprus
OsijekOsijek, Croatia
Concepción, Chile
June 14, 2007
July 13, 2008
July 25, 2009
March 7, 2011
Pan American record   Vincent Hancock (USA)
  James Graves (USA)
147 (122+25)
147 (123+24)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
July 20, 2007
July 20, 2007

ResultsEdit

28 athletes from 16 countries competed.[2]

QualificationEdit

Rank Athlete Country 1 2 3 4 5 Total[3] Notes
1 Vincent Hancock   United States 25 24 25 25 23 122 Q
2 Guillermo Torres   Cuba 25 25 25 24 23 122 Q
3 Juan Rodriguez   Cuba 22 25 25 24 25 121 Q
4 Javier Rodríguez   Mexico 24 23 25 23 25 120 Q
5 Luis Bermúdez   Puerto Rico 24 24 22 24 25 119 Q
6 Michael Maskell   Barbados 22 24 24 25 23 118 Q, +6
7 Julio Dujarric   Dominican Republic 24 22 25 22 25 118 +5
8 Rodrigo Zachrisson   Guatemala 25 25 25 24 20 118 +5
9 Diego Duarte   Colombia 24 25 23 23 23 118 +3
10 Frank Thompson   United States 23 24 25 24 22 118 +3
11 Richard McBride   Canada 24 22 24 23 24 117
12 Robert Auerbach   Trinidad and Tobago 24 24 22 23 24 117
13 Jorge Atalah   Chile 25 24 25 24 19 117
14 Wilson Junior   Brazil 25 24 24 20 23 116
15 Carlos Valdez   Mexico 24 22 25 21 23 115
16 Marco Matellini   Peru 22 22 24 21 25 114
17 Juan Carlos Romero   Guatemala 24 21 24 23 22 114
18 Nicolas Giha   Peru 22 25 18 25 23 113
19 Julian Pena   Venezuela 22 25 24 22 20 113
20 Eddy Paulino   Dominican Republic 21 23 21 24 23 112
21 Federico Gil   Argentina 23 24 23 21 21 112
22 Fernando Gazzotti   Argentina 22 22 22 23 22 111
23 Raul Franco   Chile 24 23 23 21 20 111
24 Jason Caswell   Canada 22 22 20 22 24 110
25 Edison McLean   Cayman Islands 20 23 23 21 23 110
26 Victor Silva   Venezuela 21 22 21 19 24 107
27 Jesus Medero   Puerto Rico 24 23 20 21 19 107
28 Jose Costa   Brazil 23 20 23 21 18 105

FinalEdit

[4]

Rank Athlete Country Qual Final Total Notes
  Vincent Hancock   United States 122 25 147 EFPR
  Guillermo Torres   Cuba 122 23 145
  Juan Rodriguez   Cuba 121 21 142
4 Michael Maskell   Barbados 118 23 141
4 Luis Bermúdez   Puerto Rico 119 22 141
4 Javier Rodríguez   Mexico 120 21 141

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