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Shooting at the 1964 Tokyo Summer Games:

Men's Trap

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Host City: Tokyo, Japan
Venue(s): Tokorozawa Clay Pigeon Shooting Range, Tokorozawa, Saitama
Date Started: October 15, 1964
Date Finished: October 17, 1964
Format: 200 targets.

Gold: ITA Ennio Mattarelli
Silver: URS Pāvels Seničevs
Bronze: USA Bill Morris

Summary

The top six shooters broke the Olympic record of 192, led by Italy’s Ennio Mattarelli with his gold-medal mark of 198. Three shooters tied for second – Galliano Rossini (ITA), Pāvels Seničevs (URS), and Bill Morris (USA). In the shoot-off, Seničevs was clean with 25 birds. Morris made his first 11, then missed one, finishing with 24 for the bronze medal. Rossini made his first 16, but missed his 17th and 22nd birds to drop to fourth.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS SO
1 Ennio Mattarelli 36 Italy ITA Gold 198 OR
2 Pāvels Seničevs 40 Soviet Union URS Silver 194 25
3 Bill Morris 25 United States USA Bronze 194 24
4 Galliano Rossini 37 Italy ITA 194 23
5 Ion Dumitrescu 39 Romania ROU 193
6 Juan Enrique Lira 36 Chile CHI 193
7 Bob Braithwaite 39 Great Britain GBR 192
8 Joachim Marscheider 34 Germany GER 191
9 Josef Meixner 24 Austria AUT 190
10 Mohamed Mehrez 29 Egypt EGY 190
11 Joe Wheater 46 Great Britain GBR 190
12 Floyd Nattrass 46 Canada CAN 190
13 Juan Ángel Martini, Sr. 48 Argentina ARG 189
14 Heinz Rehder 48 Germany GER 189
15 Mitsuo Sanami 27 Japan JPN 189
16 Lennart Ahlin 48 Sweden SWE 189
17 Gilberto Navarro 35 Chile CHI 188
18 Armando Marques 27 Portugal POR 188
19 Georgios Pangalos 28 Greece GRE 187
20 Rune Flodman 38 Sweden SWE 187
21 Frank Little 28 United States USA 187
22 Sergey Kalinin 37 Soviet Union URS 187
23 An Jeong-Geun 39 South Korea KOR 186
24 Claude Foussier 39 France FRA 186
25 Jaime Bladas 28 Spain ESP 186
26 Karni Singh 40 India IND 186
27 Johannes Lamprecht 42 Zimbabwe ZIM 186
28 Guy de Valle Flor 44 Portugal POR 186
29 Michel Prévost 39 France FRA 184
30 Toshiyasu Ishige 32 Japan JPN 184
31 José Luis Alonso Berbegal 37 Spain ESP 184
32 Adam Smelczyński 34 Poland POL 183
33 Gheorghe Enache 30 Romania ROU 182
34 Eduard de Atzel 47 Peru PER 182
35 Park Sam-Gyu 32 South Korea KOR 181
36 Goh Tai Yong 24 Malaysia MAS 178
37 Enrique Dibos 32 Peru PER 178
38 Ahmed Kadry Genena 29 Egypt EGY 178
39 Harry Willsie 35 Canada CAN 177
40 Joseph Aoun 30 Lebanon LIB 176
41 Lin Ho-Ming 36 Chinese Taipei TPE 175
42 John Richards 35 Zimbabwe ZIM 174
43 Laszlo Szapáry 54 Austria AUT 173
44 José Passera 48 Argentina ARG 173
45 Fotios Issaakidis 56 Greece GRE 172
46 Jaime Loyola 33 Puerto Rico PUR 171
47 Maksim Kahan 46 Israel ISR 170
48 Lin Wen-Chu 35 Chinese Taipei TPE 170
49 Devi Singh 32 India IND 168
50 Yap Pow Thong 45 Malaysia MAS 140
51 Moihuddin Khawja 35 Pakistan PAK 91