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Shooting at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Men's 50 metre rifle prone

The men's 50 metre rifle prone event at the 2016 Olympic Games took place on 12 August 2016 at the National Shooting Center.[1]

Men's 50 metre rifle prone
at the Games of the XXXI Olympiad
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Aerial view of the National Shooting Center in Deodoro, where the men's 50 metre rifle prone event took place.
VenueNational Shooting Center
Date12 August 2016
Competitors47 from 31 nations
Winning score209.5 OR
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Henri Junghänel  Germany
2nd, silver medalist(s) Kim Jong-hyun  South Korea
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Kirill Grigoryan  Russia
← 2012

The event consisted of two rounds: a qualifier and a final. In the qualifier, each shooter fired 60 shots with a .22 long rifle at 50 metres distance from the prone position. Scores for each shot were in increments of 1, with a maximum score of 10.

The top 8 shooters in the qualifying round moved on to the final round. There, they fired an additional 10 shots. These shots were scored in increments of .1, with a maximum score of 10.9. The total score from all 70 shots were used to determine final ranking.

The medals were presented by Syed Shahid Ali, IOC member, Pakistan and Yair Davidovich, Council Member of the International Shooting Sport Federation.

RecordsEdit

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

Qualification records
World record   Sergey Kamenskiy (RUS) 633.0 Maribor, Slovenia 21 July 2015
Olympic record ISSF Rule changed on January 1, 2013
Final records
World record   Henri Junghänel (GER) 211.2 Munich, Germany 11 November 2013
Olympic record ISSF Rule changed on January 1, 2013

Qualification roundEdit

Rank Athlete Country 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total Inner 10s Notes
1 Sergey Kamenskiy   Russia 103.9 105.1 106.0 104.7 105.2 104.1 629.0 Q, OR
2 Kirill Grigoryan   Russia 105.2 104.8 105.2 104.1 104.9 104.7 628.9 Q
3 Kim Jong-hyun   South Korea 103.1 105.6 103.9 104.9 105.2 105.4 628.1 Q
4 Vitali Bubnovich   Belarus 103.5 104.6 103.5 105.9 104.7 104.0 626.2 Q
5 Marco De Nicolo   Italy 104.2 102.6 104.1 104.8 105.1 105.2 626.0 Q
6 Niccolò Campriani   Italy 103.7 103.8 104.3 103.9 104.2 105.4 625.3 Q
7 Attapon Uea-aree   Thailand 104.5 103.9 104.2 104.8 105.6 102.3 625.3 Q
8 Henri Junghänel   Germany 104.1 105.1 103.6 105.2 103.8 103.0 624.8 Q
9 Cyril Graff   France 105.3 103.3 102.8 103.7 104.3 104.9 624.3
10 Péter Sidi   Hungary 102.8 104.7 103.0 103.8 104.1 104.9 623.3
11 Kwon Jun-cheol   South Korea 103.0 103.8 103.6 104.0 104.3 104.5 623.2
12 Oleh Tsarkov   Ukraine 103.3 105.0 103.7 104.4 103.5 103.2 623.1
13 Gagan Narang   India 104.7 104.4 104.6 103.0 104.0 102.4 623.1
14 Jan Lochbichler   Switzerland 104.3 103.0 105.5 104.0 102.8 103.4 623.0
15 Sergey Richter   Israel 102.0 102.1 105.6 104.2 105.1 103.6 622.6
16 Ryan Taylor   New Zealand 102.6 102.7 103.5 103.2 104.8 105.6 622.4
17 Thomas Mathis   Austria 103.3 102.9 104.5 103.2 104.2 104.3 622.4
18 Yury Shcherbatsevich   Belarus 103.9 102.8 105.1 103.6 103.3 103.4 622.1
19 Michael McPhail   United States 103.9 103.4 104.8 103.7 103.5 102.7 622.0
20 Petar Gorša   Croatia 103.5 103.9 100.9 104.7 104.6 104.3 621.9
21 Stevan Pletikosić   Serbia 101.5 102.5 103.8 104.2 105.9 103.7 621.6
22 Julio Iemma   Venezuela 103.7 103.7 102.0 104.1 104.6 103.4 621.5
23 Torben Grimmel   Denmark 103.7 104.6 102.8 103.0 103.9 103.7 621.4
24 Alexander Schmirl   Austria 103.1 103.5 104.5 106.0 101.3 103.0 621.4
25 Yuriy Yurkov   Kazakhstan 104.6 104.7 102.7 102.8 104.4 104.2 621.4
26 Cassio Rippel   Brazil 105.3 104.2 103.2 103.5 102.4 102.7 621.3
27 Anton Rizov   Bulgaria 104.6 104.2 103.2 102.5 102.2 104.5 621.2
28 Odd Arne Brekne   Norway 103.3 103.5 101.4 103.8 103.4 105.5 620.9
29 Napis Tortungpanich   Thailand 103.3 104.3 104.2 101.6 102.9 104.6 620.9
30 Cao Yifei   China 102.6 104.6 103.6 104.5 103.5 102.0 620.8
31 Dane Sampson   Australia 103.3 102.3 103.3 103.9 104.0 103.8 620.6
32 Serhiy Kulish   Ukraine 104.9 101.6 104.3 102.0 103.5 104.2 620.5
33 Filip Nepejchal   Czech Republic 102.9 103.0 104.3 102.5 104.5 103.3 620.5
34 Milenko Sebić   Serbia 104.7 102.2 104.3 103.3 103.3 102.6 620.4
35 Warren Potent   Australia 104.5 103.4 104.2 104.1 104.1 99.7 620.0
36 Chain Singh   India 104.1 101.0 104.4 102.4 103.9 103.8 619.6
37 Daniel Brodmeier   Germany 103.2 102.3 104.0 103.4 104.0 102.3 619.2
38 Zhao Shengbo   China 101.9 100.6 105.3 105.6 103.3 102.0 618.7
39 Jérémy Monnier   France 103.1 102.2 103.9 102.0 103.1 104.3 618.6
40 David Higgins   United States 102.0 103.3 104.4 101.7 103.8 102.5 617.7
41 Toshikazu Yamashita   Japan 102.6 102.5 102.8 103.1 103.7 102.7 617.4
42 Norbert Szabián   Hungary 103.5 103.9 102.7 101.7 103.5 102.0 617.3
43 Ole Kristian Bryhn   Norway 102.6 101.9 101.7 104.5 104.4 101.6 616.7
44 Ahmed Darwish   Egypt 101.7 102.5 103.9 102.4 101.9 102.6 615.0
45 Reinier Estpinan   Cuba 100.7 103.0 102.4 103.3 102.4 101.8 613.6
46 Mahmood Haji   Bahrain 101.5 102.4 101.0 102.9 100.9 103.9 612.6
47 Mangala Samarakoon   Sri Lanka 98.9 100.1 100.4 100.0 101.9 100.5 601.8

FinalEdit

The final was changed according to the ISSF regulations. Athletes must fire 6 shots in 2×3 series before the lowest-ranked was eliminated in every other shot.

Rk Athlete 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Final Notes
    Henri Junghänel (GER) 31.4 32.0 21.5 20.7 21.3 19.9 21.2 20.4 21.1 209.5
    Kim Jong-hyun (KOR) 31.8 31.1 21.1 20.3 20.4 20.8 21.1 20.7 20.9 208.2
    Kirill Grigoryan (RUS) 31.6 31.4 21.0 20.6 21.1 21.2 20.6 19.8 187.3
4   Sergey Kamenskiy (RUS) 30.2 30.8 21.0 21.3 20.9 20.7 20.9 165.8
5   Vitali Bubnovich (BLR) 30.9 30.3 21.2 20.8 20.7 20.3 144.2
6   Marco De Nicolo (ITA) 31.1 31.0 20.4 20.6 20.5 123.6
7   Niccolò Campriani (ITA) 30.3 30.2 21.0 21.3 102.8
8   Attapon Uea-aree (THA) 30.9 29.1 20.8 80.8

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Shooting at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Men's 50 metre rifle prone". Rio 2016. Archived from the original on 2016-08-06. Retrieved 13 August 2016. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)