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Shooting at the 1960 Roma Summer Games:

Men's Trap

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Host City: Roma, Italy
Venue(s): Lazio Clay Pigeon Shooting Range, Roma
Date Started: September 5, 1960
Date Finished: September 9, 1960

Gold: ROU Ion Dumitrescu
Silver: ITA Galliano Rossini
Bronze: URS Sergey Kalinin

Summary

The preliminary round advanced 36 shooters to the finals. The location of the trap houses at the Lazio Shooting Stand gave an excellent background of all sky, but exposed the shooters to the wind. This kept the scores down somewhat, with Romania’s Ion Dumitrescu winning the gold medal with 192 birds out of 200. The defending champion, Galliano Rossini, won the bronze medal.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS
1 Ion Dumitrescu 35 Romania ROU Gold 192
2 Galliano Rossini 33 Italy ITA Silver 191
3 Sergey Kalinin 33 Soviet Union URS Bronze 190
4 James Clark 24 United States USA 188
5 Hans Aasnæs 57 Norway NOR 185
6 Joe Wheater 41 Great Britain GBR 185
7 Adam Smelczyński 29 Poland POL 184
8T Claude Foussier 35 France FRA 183
8T Karni Singh 36 India IND 183
10T Elias Salhab 35 Lebanon LIB 182
10T Laszlo Szapáry 50 Austria AUT 182
12T Rune Andersson 41 Sweden SWE 181
12T Hussam El-Badrawi United Arab Republic UAR 181
12T Victor Huthart 35 Great Britain GBR 181
15T Guy de Valle Flor 40 Portugal POR 180
15T Yury Nikandrov 36 Soviet Union URS 180
17T Juan Enrique Lira 32 Chile CHI 179
17T Gerhard Aßmus 31 Germany GER 179
19T Ede Szomjas 45 Hungary HUN 178
19T Platon Georgitsis Greece GRE 178
19T Kenichi Kumagai 33 Japan JPN 178
22T Bram Zanella 41 Venezuela VEN 177
22T Heinz Kramer 34 Germany GER 177
24T Leo Franciosi 27 San Marino SMR 176
24T Maurice Tabet 41 Lebanon LIB 176
26 Gilberto Navarro 31 Chile CHI 174
27 Pierre-André Flückiger 41 Switzerland SUI 173
28 Franz Sarnitz 41 Austria AUT 172
29 Josef Hrach 31 Czechoslovakia TCH 170
30 Arnold Riegger 40 United States USA 168
31 Károly Kulin-Nagy 50 Hungary HUN 167
32T Juan Malo 38 Spain ESP 166
32T Václav Zavázal 39 Czechoslovakia TCH 166
34 Edoardo Casciano 24 Italy ITA 165
35 Wim Peeters 35 South Africa RSA 162
36 Enrique Dibos 27 Peru PER 155
AC QR Marcel Chennaux 47 Luxembourg LUX
AC QR Enrique Beech 40 Philippines PHI
AC QR Gheorghe Enache 25 Romania ROU
AC QR Gilbert Henderson 33 Canada CAN
AC QR Väinö Broman 27 Finland FIN
AC QR Hassan Moaffi United Arab Republic UAR
AC QR Wenzu Vella 36 Malta MLT
AC QR Sen Keshav 36 India IND
AC QR Louis von Sonnenberg 39 Switzerland SUI
AC QR Sim Myeong-Hui 34 South Korea KOR
AC QR Georgios Pangalos 24 Greece GRE
AC QR Eduard de Atzel 43 Peru PER
AC QR Wang Ching-Rui 38 Chinese Taipei TPE
AC QR Mitsuo Yamane 35 Japan JPN
AC QR Bill Gulliver 47 Zimbabwe ZIM
AC QR Francis Bonafede 21 Monaco MON
AC QR Guglielmo Giusti 22 San Marino SMR
AC QR Juan Gindre 39 Argentina ARG
AC QR Juan Ángel Martini, Sr. 44 Argentina ARG
AC QR Eric Lucke 49 South Africa RSA
AC QR William Jones 31 Canada CAN
AC QR Carl Beck-Friis 38 Sweden SWE
AC QR Joseph Grech 25 Malta MLT
AC QR Rafael de Juan 36 Spain ESP
AC QR Marcel Rué 33 Monaco MON
AC QR Aly Knepper 20 Luxembourg LUX
AC QR Xavier Zequeira 53 Puerto Rico PUR
AC QR Ong Hock Eng 26 Malaya MAL
AC QR Franco Bonato 34 Venezuela VEN
AC QR Marcel Otto-Bruc 37 France FRA