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Shooting at the 1964 Tokyo Summer Games:

Men's Small-Bore Rifle, Three Positions, 50 metres

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Host City: Tokyo, Japan
Venue(s): Asaka Shooting Range, Nezu Park, Asaka, Saitama
Date Started: October 20, 1964
Date Finished: October 20, 1964
Format: 50 metres. 120 shots, 40 shots prone, 40 kneeling, and 40 standing. 400 possible at each distance, 1,200 posible overall.

Gold: USA Lones Wigger
Silver: BUL Velichko Velichkov
Bronze: HUN László Hammerl

Summary

American Lones Wigger had lost the English match gold medal on a tie-breaker, but in the three-position event he left no doubt as to the outcome. He shot 372 standing to equal Bulgaria’s Velichko Velichkov, but in both prone and kneeling he had the leading marks, finishing with a world record 1,164, to win by a dominating 12 points. Wigger would return in 1972 to win the free rifle gold medal.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS PP KP SP
1 Lones Wigger 27 United States USA Gold 1,164 398 394 372 WR
2 Velichko Velichkov 30 Bulgaria BUL Silver 1,152 396 384 372
3 László Hammerl 22 Hungary HUN Bronze 1,151 397 387 367
4 Harry Köcher 31 Germany GER 1,148 394 389 365
5 Jerzy Nowicki 31 Poland POL 1,147 396 389 362
6 Tommy Pool 29 United States USA 1,147 393 392 362
7 Ion Olărescu 21 Romania ROU 1,144 393 391 360
8 Kurt Müller 30 Switzerland SUI 1,143 390 386 367
9 Viktor Shamburkin 32 Soviet Union URS 1,142 394 379 369
10 Don Tolhurst 35 Australia AUS 1,141 396 386 359
11 Vladimir Chuyan 24 Soviet Union URS 1,141 395 385 361
12 Tibor Jakosits 26 Hungary HUN 1,141 394 393 354
13 Niels Petersen 32 Denmark DEN 1,140 392 380 368
14 Ole Hviid Jensen 30 Denmark DEN 1,139 394 385 360
15 Vilho Ylönen 46 Finland FIN 1,136 388 386 362
16 Jan Poignant 22 Sweden SWE 1,135 394 382 359
17 Erwin Vogt 33 Switzerland SUI 1,133 395 388 350
18 Henryk Górski 26 Poland POL 1,132 397 384 351
19 Olegario Vázquez 29 Mexico MEX 1,132 396 379 357
20 Nicolae Rotaru 29 Romania ROU 1,132 395 386 351
21 Magne Landrø 27 Norway NOR 1,131 394 377 360
22 Klaus Zähringer 24 Germany GER 1,131 392 380 359
23 Martsel Koen 31 Bulgaria BUL 1,130 391 387 352
24 Esa Kervinen 34 Finland FIN 1,129 394 385 350
25 Takao Ishii 23 Japan JPN 1,128 389 382 357
26 Frans Lafortune 31 Belgium BEL 1,126 392 384 350
27 John Sundberg 43 Sweden SWE 1,123 389 373 361
28 Vladimír Stibořík 37 Czechoslovakia TCH 1,122 391 371 360
29 Abel Vázquez 23 Mexico MEX 1,115 393 373 349
30 Oscar Caceres 32 Peru PER 1,114 388 378 348
31 Hubert Hammerer 39 Austria AUT 1,113 387 364 362
32 George Marsh 26 Canada CAN 1,111 397 374 340
33 Wu Tao-Yan 29 Chinese Taipei TPE 1,107 397 371 339
34 Shigemi Saito 27 Japan JPN 1,106 389 370 347
35 John Murphy 45 Australia AUS 1,104 391 370 343
36 Hannan Crystal 26 Israel ISR 1,103 391 369 343
37 Heo Uk-Bong 30 South Korea KOR 1,103 388 370 345
38 Gil Boa 40 Canada CAN 1,100 393 371 336
39 Victor Kremer 32 Luxembourg LUX 1,099 391 368 340
40 Joop van Domselaar 36 Netherlands NED 1,098 396 368 334
41 Sin Hyeon-Ju 30 South Korea KOR 1,097 385 375 337
42 Adolfo Feliciano 34 Philippines PHI 1,094 385 368 341
43 Krisda Arunvongse 32 Thailand THA 1,093 383 358 352
44 Eduardo Armella 36 Argentina ARG 1,092 379 365 348
45 Tüvdiin Tserendondov 30 Mongolia MGL 1,087 384 362 341
46 Carlos Lastarria 46 Peru PER 1,086 388 369 329
47 Salai Srisathorn 30 Thailand THA 1,086 388 361 337
48 Martin Gison 50 Philippines PHI 1,073 388 366 319
49 Peter Rull, Sr. 41 Hong Kong HKG 1,047 392 366 289
50 Aziz Ahmed Chaudhry 32 Pakistan PAK 1,040 376 352 312
51 Reginald Dos Remedios 41 Hong Kong HKG 1,027 393 335 299
52 Wong Foo Wah 37 Malaysia MAS 1,019 373 335 311
53 Nasser Sharifi 43 Iran IRI 1,018 376 317 325