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Shooting at the 1968 Ciudad de México Summer Games:

Mixed Small-Bore Rifle, Three Positions, 50 metres Prone

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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 21, 1968
Date Finished: October 21, 1968

Gold: FRG Bernd Klingner
Silver: USA John Writer
Bronze: URS Vitaly Parkhimovich

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Rank Athlete Age Team NOC PTS R1P R2P R3P R4P
NP Olegario Vázquez 33 Mexico MEX 398 99 100 99 100
NP Nicolae Rotaru 33 Romania ROU 398 100 99 99 100
NP Mendbayaryn Jantsankhorloo 24 Mongolia MGL 398 100 99 100 99
NP José González 20 Mexico MEX 397 99 99 99 100
NP Bjørn Bakken 27 Norway NOR 397 99 99 100 99
NP Wolfram Waibel, Sr. 21 Austria AUT 397 99 100 100 98
NP Frans Lafortune 35 Belgium BEL 396 99 99 98 100
NP Mehmet Dursun 40 Turkey TUR 396 98 99 100 99
NP Luis del Cerro 44 Spain ESP 396 98 100 99 99
NP László Hammerl 26 Hungary HUN 396 99 99 99 99
NP Gerry Ouellette 34 Canada CAN 396 100 98 99 99
NP Raúl Llanos 19 Cuba CUB 395 96 99 100 100
NP Giuseppe De Chirico 34 Italy ITA 395 97 98 100 100
NP Peter Kohnke 27 West Germany FRG 395 97 99 99 100
NP Vladimir Konyakhin 25 Soviet Union URS 395 97 99 100 99
NP Edmar de Salles 40 Brazil BRA 395 99 98 99 99
NP Ole Hviid Jensen 34 Denmark DEN 395 98 100 98 99
NP John Writer 24 United States USA 395 99 99 99 98
NP Alf Mayer 38 Canada CAN 395 99 99 99 98
NP Kurt Johansson 54 Sweden SWE 395 100 98 99 98
NP Vitaly Parkhimovich 25 Soviet Union URS 395 99 100 98 98
NP Sergio Álvarez 20 Cuba CUB 395 100 100 98 97
NP Bernd Klingner 28 West Germany FRG 394 97 98 99 100
NP Guido Loacker 23 Austria AUT 394 97 99 98 100
NP Don Tolhurst 39 Australia AUS 394 99 98 98 99
NP Simo Morri 23 Finland FIN 394 99 98 98 99
NP Ion Olărescu 25 Romania ROU 394 98 100 98 98
NP Martsel Koen 35 Bulgaria BUL 394 99 99 98 98
NP John Foster 32 United States USA 394 97 100 100 97
NP Hartmut Sommer 34 East Germany GDR 393 97 98 99 99
NP Henry Herscovici 41 Israel ISR 393 97 98 99 99
NP Ferenc Petrovácz 24 Hungary HUN 393 98 97 99 99
NP Jaroslav Navrátil 25 Czechoslovakia TCH 393 98 98 98 99
NP Peter Ruch 27 Switzerland SUI 393 99 98 97 99
NP Vladimir Grozdanović 30 Yugoslavia YUG 393 100 96 99 98
NP Sven Johansson 23 Sweden SWE 393 98 99 99 97
NP Elling Øvergård 21 Norway NOR 393 99 99 98 97
NP Wu Tao-Yan 33 Chinese Taipei TPE 392 95 99 100 98
NP Slobodan Paunović 24 Yugoslavia YUG 392 98 99 99 96
NP Per Weichel 26 Denmark DEN 392 99 98 99 96
NP Jaakko Minkkinen 35 Finland FIN 391 98 98 95 100
NP Leonel Fernández 34 Guatemala GUA 391 98 96 98 99
NP José Lei 37 Hong Kong HKG 391 98 97 97 99
NP Jerzy Nowicki 35 Poland POL 391 98 97 98 98
NP Ryszard Fandier 27 Poland POL 391 99 97 97 98
NP Adolfo Feliciano 38 Philippines PHI 391 98 99 97 97
NP Jan Kůrka 25 Czechoslovakia TCH 391 98 98 99 96
NP Kurt Müller 34 Switzerland SUI 390 98 96 97 99
NP Yondonjamtsyn Batsükh 23 Mongolia MGL 390 99 96 96 99
NP Otto Brolo 39 Guatemala GUA 390 97 97 98 98
NP Uto Wunderlich 22 East Germany GDR 390 98 98 96 98
NP José María Pigrau 26 Spain ESP 390 99 98 96 97
NP Leopoldo Ang 30 Philippines PHI 389 98 95 98 98
NP Emiliyan Vergov 26 Bulgaria BUL 389 97 98 97 97
NP Zelig Shtroch 22 Israel ISR 388 99 98 96 95
NP Hugo Chamberlain 33 Costa Rica CRC 387 97 97 99 94
NP Charumai Mahawat 34 Thailand THA 380 94 93 97 96
NP Juan Antonio Valencia 39 El Salvador ESA 379 92 94 97 96
NP Helio Castro 50 El Salvador ESA 379 96 92 96 95
NP Juan Llabot 56 Venezuela VEN 378 97 97 95 89
NP Vinich Chareonsiri 32 Thailand THA 376 95 95 91 95
NP Pan Kou-Ang 28 Chinese Taipei TPE 371 91 93 89 98