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Shooting at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Women's 25 metre pistol

The Women's 25 metre pistol event at the 2012 Olympic Games took place on 1 August 2012 at the Royal Artillery Barracks.

Women's 25 metre pistol
at the Games of the XXX Olympiad
Venue Royal Artillery Barracks
Date 29 July 2012
Competitors 39 from 28 nations
Winning score 792.4
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Kim Jang-Mi  South Korea
2nd, silver medalist(s) Chen Ying  China
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Olena Kostevych  Ukraine
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The event consisted of two rounds: a qualifier and a final. In the qualifier, each shooter fired 60 shots with a pistol at 25 metres distance. Scores for each shot were in increments of 1, with a maximum score of 10. The first 30 shots were in the precision stage, with series of 5 shots being shot within 5 minutes. The second set of 30 shots gave shooters 3 seconds to take each shot.

The top 8 shooters in the qualifying round moved on to the final round. There, they fired an additional 20 shots. These shots scored in increments of .1, with a maximum score of 10.9. They were fired in four sets of 5 rapid fire shots. The total score from all 80 shots was used to determine final ranking. The event was won by Kim Jang-Mi.[1]

Contents

RecordsEdit

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Olympic records were as follows.

Qualification records
World record   Diana Iorgova (BUL) 594 Milan, Italy 31 May 1994
Olympic record   Tao Luna (CHN) 590 Sydney, Australia 22 September 2000
Final records
World record   Kim Jang-Mi (KOR) 796.9 (592+204.9) London, Great Britain 22 April 2012
Olympic record   Chen Ying (CHN) 793.4 (585+208.4) Beijing, China 13 August 2008

Qualification roundEdit

Rank Athlete Country 1 2 3 PR 4 5 6 RF Total Notes
1 Kim Jang-Mi   South Korea 98 100 100 298 98 97 98 293 591 Q, OR
2 Tanyaporn Prucksakorn   Thailand 100 97 98 295 98 97 96 291 586 Q
3 Chen Ying   China 97 95 96 288 98 99 100 297 585 Q
4 Kira Mozgalova   Russia 93 99 97 289 99 99 98 296 585 Q
5 Olena Kostevych   Ukraine 98 96 99 293 100 95 97 292 585 Q
6 Zsófia Csonka   Hungary 98 96 97 291 99 98 96 293 584 Q
7 Jo Yong-Suk   North Korea 94 97 97 288 98 98 99 295 583 (50) Q
8 Zorana Arunović   Serbia 97 99 97 293 96 95 99 290 583 (49) Q
9 Maria Grozdeva   Bulgaria 100 94 90 284 100 100 99 299 583 (48)
10 Antoaneta Boneva   Bulgaria 97 96 96 289 97 99 99 293 582
11 Kim Kyeong-Ae   South Korea 95 95 96 286 99 100 97 296 582
12 Munkhbayar Dorjsuren   Germany 97 99 98 294 96 98 94 288 582
13 Lenka Marušková   Czech Republic 97 98 97 292 97 96 97 290 582
14 Stephanie Tirode   France 99 97 96 292 96 97 97 290 582
15 Nino Salukvadze   Georgia 97 98 94 289 96 96 100 289 581
16 Tien Chia-chen   Chinese Taipei 95 96 98 289 98 97 96 291 580
17 Lalita Yauhleuskaya   Australia 96 95 97 288 98 99 95 292 580
18 Jasna Šekarić   Serbia 95 93 96 284 99 99 97 295 579
19 Rahi Sarnobot   India 97 98 96 291 96 96 96 288 579
20 Yuan Jing   China 95 96 97 288 96 99 96 291 579
21 Celine Goberville   France 97 98 98 293 98 93 95 286 579
22 Sonia Franquet   Spain 97 98 98 293 92 98 96 286 579
23 Irada Ashumova   Azerbaijan 97 96 94 287 100 95 96 291 578
24 Anna Mastyanina   Russia 92 98 96 286 96 98 98 292 578
25 Viktoria Chaika   Belarus 97 96 96 289 98 94 97 289 578
26 Claudia Verdicchio-Krause   Germany 96 96 97 289 97 97 95 289 578
27 Gundegmaa Otryad   Mongolia 93 95 96 284 99 99 95 293 577
28 Sandra Uptagrafft   United States 95 94 97 286 98 98 94 290 576
29 Heidi Diethelm Gerber   Switzerland 95 98 96 289 97 97 95 286 575
30 Annu Raj Singh   India 96 94 96 286 96 96 97 289 575
31 Yukari Konishi   Japan 95 96 91 282 100 96 96 292 574
32 Le Thi Hoang Ngoc   Vietnam 95 96 98 289 92 93 100 285 574
33 Joana Castelão   Portugal 97 92 94 283 93 97 98 288 571
34 Hayley Chapman   Australia 93 92 93 278 97 96 97 290 568
35 Beata Bartków-Kwiatkowska   Poland 95 96 96 287 91 95 94 280 567
36 Naphaswan Yangpaiboon   Thailand 93 95 95 283 97 93 93 283 566
37 Georgina Geikie   Great Britain 94 95 95 284 94 94 90 278 562
38 Maribel Pineda   Venezuela 96 99 93 288 90 90 92 272 560
39 Ana Luiza Souza Lima   Brazil 94 92 94 280 94 89 97 280 560

FinalEdit

Rank Athlete Qual 1 2 3 4 Final Total Notes
    Kim Jang-Mi (KOR) 591 51.2 49.1 49.3 51.8 201.4 792.4
    Chen Ying (CHN) 585 52.0 51.6 52.8 50.0 206.4 791.4
    Olena Kostevych (UKR) 585 51.2 51.3 48.9 52.2 203.6 788.6
4   Zorana Arunović (SRB) 583 50.9 51.8 51.6 50.0 204.3 787.3
5   Kira Mozgalova (RUS) 585 49.2 49.7 51.7 51.3 201.9 786.9
6   Zsófia Csonka (HUN) 584 51.3 50.6 48.4 49.7 200.0 784.0
7   Jo Yong-Suk (PRK) 583 48.1 50.3 50.0 50.9 199.3 782.3
8   Tanyaporn Prucksakorn (THA) 586 50.1 46.8 49.2 46.3 192.4 778.4

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "South Korea's Kim Jangmi wins women's 25m pistol". BBC Sport. 1 August 2012. Retrieved 4 July 2013.