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Shooting at the 1960 Roma Summer Games:

Men's Rapid-Fire Pistol, 25 metres

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Host City: Roma, Italy
Venue(s): Umberto I Rifle Range, Roma
Date Started: September 8, 1960
Date Finished: September 9, 1960
Format: 50 metres. 60 shots in two courses of 30. 600 possible.

Gold: USA Bill McMillan
Silver: FIN Pentti Linnosvuo
Bronze: URS Aleksandr Zabelin

Summary

This competition resulted in a three-way tie for first between the defending champion in free pistol, Finland’s Pentti Linnosvuo, the United States’s Bill McMillan, and Aleksandr Zabelin of the Soviet Union. The barrage was shot in three 5-shot strings with a 4-second time limit. McMillan scored 147 in the barrage, easily distancing Linnosvuo by eight points to win the gold medal.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS R1P R2P SO
1 Bill McMillan 31 United States USA Gold 587 295 292 147 =OR
2 Pentti Linnosvuo 27 Finland FIN Silver 587 294 293 139 =OR
3 Aleksandr Zabelin 28 Soviet Union URS Bronze 587 291 296 135 =OR
4 Hansrüdi Schneider 33 Switzerland SUI 586 292 294
5 Ştefan Petrescu 29 Romania ROU 585 291 294
6 Gavril Maghiar 33 Romania ROU 583 292 291
7 Czesław Zając 33 Poland POL 582 290 292
8 Jiří Hrneček 31 Czechoslovakia TCH 582 290 292
9 Josef Šváb 27 Czechoslovakia TCH 581 293 288
10 Jan Wallén 25 Sweden SWE 580 292 288
11 Stig Berntsson 29 Sweden SWE 580 291 289
12 Yevgeny Cherkasov 29 Soviet Union URS 579 296 283
13 Tony Clark 36 Great Britain GBR 579 291 288
14 Heinz Franke 32 Germany GER 579 290 289
15 Ferenc Kun 30 Hungary HUN 578 290 288
16 Laurence Mosely 27 United States USA 577 286 291
17 Kalle Sievänen 49 Finland FIN 576 289 287
18 Luis Palomo 54 Spain ESP 576 284 292
19 Luis Jiménez 36 Mexico MEX 576 286 290
20 Heinrich Gollwitzer 36 Germany GER 575 290 285
21 Jean Renaux 27 France FRA 575 288 287
22 Jacques Decaux 42 France FRA 575 287 288
23 Roberto Mazzoni 23 Italy ITA 573 286 287
24 Robert Hassell 31 Great Britain GBR 573 290 283
25 József Gyönyörű 35 Hungary HUN 573 286 287
26 Carlos Crassus 40 Venezuela VEN 572 282 290
27 Carlos Monteverde 40 Venezuela VEN 571 288 283
28 Héctor Elizondo 35 Mexico MEX 570 279 291
29 Sergio Varetto 23 Italy ITA 570 285 285
30 Fumio Ryosenan 33 Japan JPN 569 286 283
31 Michael Papps 28 Australia AUS 569 286 283
32 Oscar Cervo 39 Argentina ARG 567 279 288
33 Alkiviadis Papageorgopoulos 23 Greece GRE 566 282 284
34 Prateep Polphantin 34 Thailand THA 565 284 281
35 Osamu Ochiai 28 Japan JPN 565 285 280
36 Guillermo Cornejo 41 Peru PER 564 290 274
37 Hans Albrecht 35 Switzerland SUI 563 285 278
38 Minervino González 46 Spain ESP 561 289 272
39 Garfield McMahon 26 Canada CAN 558 272 286
40 Leon Lyon 42 Puerto Rico PUR 558 278 280
41 Pedro García, Sr. 30 Peru PER 557 279 278
42 Ambrosio Rocha 37 Brazil BRA 556 282 274
43 Neville Sayers 33 Australia AUS 552 275 277
44 Sim Mun-Seop 28 South Korea KOR 552 267 285
45 Ali El-Kashef United Arab Republic UAR 550 271 279
46 Sumona Sumanatemega 28 Thailand THA 549 267 282
47 Chen An-Hu 35 Chinese Taipei TPE 546 267 279
48 Georgios Marmaridis 29 Greece GRE 544 274 270
49 Rogério Tavares 47 Portugal POR 542 278 264
50 António Martins 30 Portugal POR 537 272 265
51 Per Nielsen 41 Denmark DEN 532 277 255
52 Nic Zwetnow 31 Norway NOR 531 243 288
53 Horacio Miranda 28 Philippines PHI 531 265 266
54 Naji El-Mekki 25 Morocco MAR 501 245 256
55 Muhammad Iqbal 31 Pakistan PAK 501 253 248
56 Godfrey Brunner 39 Canada CAN 493 247 246
57 Paul Cheema Singh 39 India IND 434 200 234