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Shooting at the 1968 Ciudad de México Summer Games:

Mixed Rapid-Fire Pistol, 25 metres

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Host City: Ciudad de México, Mexico
Venue(s): Vicente Suárez Shooting Range, Military Camp Nr. 1, Ciudad de México
Date Started: October 22, 1968
Date Finished: October 23, 1968
Format: 50 metres. 60 shots in two courses of 30. 600 possible.

Gold: POL Józef Zapędzki
Silver: ROU Marcel Roşca
Bronze: URS Renart Suleymanov

Summary

Most shooters used the Swiss Hammerli pistol with the German Walther the second most popular. Poland’s Józef Zapędzki opened up in the lead, shooting 100-99-99 on the first day for 298, and was not headed the second day as he won the gold medal. Marcel Roşca (ROM), Renart Suleymanov (URS), and Christian Düring (GDR) tied for second with 591 and shot-off for the silver and bronze medals. Roşca went thru with 147 in three four-second strings for the silver medal. Suleymanov and Düring tied with 146 in the shoot-off, with Suleymanov winning the bronze in the second shoot-off, 148-147.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS R1P R2P SO1P SO2P
1 Józef Zapędzki 39 Poland POL Gold 593 298 295 OR
2 Marcel Roşca 24 Romania ROU Silver 591 295 296 147
3 Renart Suleymanov 31 Soviet Union URS Bronze 591 297 294 146 148
4 Christian Düring 29 East Germany GDR 591 296 295 146 147
5 Erich Masurat 41 West Germany FRG 590 294 296
6 Gerhard Dommrich 36 East Germany GDR 589 292 297
7 Lubomír Nácovský 33 Czechoslovakia TCH 588 292 296
8 Giovanni Liverzani 35 Italy ITA 588 292 296
9 Hans Standl 42 West Germany FRG 587 292 295
10 Ladislav Falta 32 Czechoslovakia TCH 587 296 291
11 Pentti Linnosvuo 35 Finland FIN 587 296 291
12 Takeo Kamachi 32 Japan JPN 586 292 294
13 Waldemar Califf 31 Sweden SWE 586 293 293
14 Aladár Dobsa 36 Hungary HUN 586 294 292
15 Immo Huhtinen 36 Finland FIN 586 292 294
16 Wacław Hamerliński 32 Poland POL 585 292 293
17 Bill McMillan 39 United States USA 584 290 294
18 Ugo Amicosante 38 Italy ITA 584 291 293
19 Alexander Taransky 27 Australia AUS 583 294 289
20 Szilárd Kun 33 Hungary HUN 583 290 293
21 Virgil Atanasiu 31 Romania ROU 583 291 292
22 Alkiviadis Papageorgopoulos 31 Greece GRE 582 290 292
23 Makoto Shiraishi 28 Japan JPN 582 292 290
24 Tony Clark 44 Great Britain GBR 581 289 292
25 Jim McNally 37 United States USA 580 285 295
26 Robert Hassell 39 Great Britain GBR 580 288 292
27 Anatoly Onishchuk 22 Soviet Union URS 579 291 288
28 Dencho Denev 32 Bulgaria BUL 579 293 286
29 Fernando Samoya 28 Guatemala GUA 579 291 288
30 Hubert Garschall 28 Austria AUT 579 292 287
31 Jaime González 35 Spain ESP 579 284 295
32 Paterno Miranda 38 Philippines PHI 578 291 287
33 Víctor Castellanos 34 Guatemala GUA 578 289 289
34 Jules Sobrian 33 Canada CAN 576 287 289
35 Leonard Bull 33 Kenya KEN 576 289 287
36 Rangsit Yanothai 31 Thailand THA 576 287 289
37 Taweesak Kasiwat 36 Thailand THA 575 288 287
38 Oscar Cervo 48 Argentina ARG 575 287 288
39 Stig Berntsson 37 Sweden SWE 575 284 291
40 Kurt Klingler 40 Switzerland SUI 575 289 286
41 Víctor Tantalean 34 Peru PER 572 286 286
42 Josef Ziltener 37 Switzerland SUI 572 286 286
43 Rafael Carpio 30 Mexico MEX 571 278 293
44 Nelson Torno 40 Argentina ARG 571 286 285
45 José Álava 28 Spain ESP 570 284 286
46 Loh Kok Heng 29 Singapore SIN 566 283 283
47 Tüdeviin Myagmarjav 23 Mongolia MGL 562 279 283
48 Enrique Torres 40 Mexico MEX 561 281 280
49 Tomás Vilanova 43 El Salvador ESA 561 276 285
50 Fernando Miranda 29 Puerto Rico PUR 558 281 277
51 Keith Elder 28 Canada CAN 554 277 277
52 Chou Yen-Sheng 37 Chinese Taipei TPE 549 274 275
53 Vũ Văn Danh 42 South Vietnam VNM 548 273 275
54 Horacio Miranda 37 Philippines PHI 541 266 275
55 Helio Castro 50 El Salvador ESA 533 266 267
56 Young Kwok Wai 39 Hong Kong HKG 517 241 276