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Shooting at the 1972 München Summer Games:

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Host City: München, West Germany
Venue(s): Shooting Range, Hochbrück, München
Date Started: August 31, 1972
Date Finished: September 2, 1972
Format: 200 targets.

Gold: FRG Konrad Wirnhier
Silver: URS Yevgeny Petrov
Bronze: GDR Michael Buchheim

Summary

The three medalists all tied with 195. In the shoot-off, 1970 World Champion Konrad Wirnhier (FRG), bronze medalist in 1968, went clean with a 25 string for the gold medal. The 1968 gold medalist, Yevgeny Petrov (URS) missed only one clay to win the silver over East German Michael Buchheim. The co-world record holder and 1971 World Champion, Yury Tsuranov disagreed with an early ruling on a lost bird, and walked off the field. A fiery debate followed and Tsuranov was penalized three clays for his actions. This brought his score down to 192 and ninth place, exactly three birds short of the shoot-off for the medals.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS SO
1 Konrad Wirnhier 35 West Germany FRG Gold 195 25
2 Yevgeny Petrov 33 Soviet Union URS Silver 195 24
3 Michael Buchheim 22 East Germany GDR Bronze 195 23
4 Joe Neville 28 Great Britain GBR 194
5 Roberto Castrillo 31 Cuba CUB 194
6 Klaus Reschke 18 East Germany GDR 193
7 Élie Pénot 22 France FRA 193
8 Lakis Georgiou 34 Greece GRE 192
9 Jack Johnson 43 United States USA 192
10 Romano Garagnani 35 Italy ITA 192
11 Miguel Marina 44 Spain ESP 192
12 Ari Westergård 24 Finland FIN 192
13 Yury Tsuranov 36 Soviet Union URS 192
14 Francis Cornet 25 Belgium BEL 192
15 Lucian Cojocaru 19 Romania ROU 191
16 Colin Sephton 27 Great Britain GBR 191
17 Jorge Uauy 27 Chile CHI 191
18 Carlo Alberto Lodi 35 Italy ITA 191
19 Niels-Ove Mikkelsen 35 Denmark DEN 191
20 Artur Rogowski 36 Poland POL 190
21 Panagiotis Xanthakos 24 Greece GRE 190
22 Walter Wrigge 26 West Germany FRG 190
23 Gleb Pintilie 41 Romania ROU 190
24 Servilio Torres 34 Cuba CUB 190
25 Bruno De Costa 33 Canada CAN 188
26 Firmo Roberti 29 Argentina ARG 188
27 Gerardo González 39 Colombia COL 187
28 Özman Gıraud 33 Turkey TUR 187
29 Lars-Erik Söderberg 23 Sweden SWE 187
30 Güneş Yunus 30 Turkey TUR 187
31 Ben Pon 35 Netherlands NED 187
32 Antonio Yaqigi 31 Chile CHI 187
33 Anton Manolov 23 Bulgaria BUL 187
34 Tony Rosetti 26 United States USA 186
35 Eric Swinkels 23 Netherlands NED 186
36 Karni Singh 48 India IND 186
37 Roger Mangin 24 France FRA 185
38 Nuria Ortíz 27 Mexico MEX 185
39 Wiesław Gawlikowski 21 Poland POL 185
40 Antoine Saade 28 Lebanon LIB 185
41 Juan Bueno 26 Mexico MEX 184
42 Gert-Åke Bengtsson 24 Sweden SWE 183
43 Manuel González 37 Colombia COL 182
44 Park Do-Geun 41 South Korea KOR 182
45 Juan Ávalos 31 Spain ESP 182
46 Ole Justesen 26 Denmark DEN 180
47 Andrés Amador 47 El Salvador ESA 180
48 Chris Binet 35 Belgium BEL 180
49 José de Matos 40 Portugal POR 179
50 Donald Sanderlin 41 Canada CAN 178
51 Rafael Batista 21 Puerto Rico PUR 176
52 William Campbell 52 Ireland IRL 175
53 Arthur McMahon 51 Ireland IRL 174
54 Maurice Tabet 53 Lebanon LIB 171
55 Joseph Grech 37 Malta MLT 170
56 Park Seong-Tae 45 South Korea KOR 168
57 Melchor Yap 32 Philippines PHI 167
58 Riad Yunes 43 Dominican Republic DOM 166
59 Carlos Asbun 46 Bolivia BOL 162
60 Armando Salvietti 17 Bolivia BOL 161
61 Raymundo Quitoriano 39 Philippines PHI 143
62 Domingo Lorenzo 43 Dominican Republic DOM 142
AC Philip Serjeant 42 Swaziland SWZ DNF