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Shooting at the 1972 München Summer Games:

Mixed Trap

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Host City: München, West Germany
Venue(s): Shooting Range, Hochbrück, München
Date Started: August 27, 1972
Date Finished: August 29, 1972
Format: 200 targets.

Gold: ITA Angelo Scalzone
Silver: FRA Michel Carrega
Bronze: ITA Silvano Basagni

Summary

The 1970 World Champion was France’s Michel Carrega, but he was beaten in München by Italy’s Angelo Scalzone who broke the world record with 199. Carrega placed second over the former world record holder, Scalzone’s teammate, Silvano Basagni.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS
1 Angelo Scalzone 41 Italy ITA Gold 199 WR
2 Michel Carrega 37 France FRA Silver 198
3 Silvano Basagni 34 Italy ITA Bronze 195
4 Burckhardt Hoppe 26 East Germany GDR 193
5 Johnny Påhlsson 31 Sweden SWE 193
6 Jim Poindexter 23 United States USA 192
7 John Primrose 30 Canada CAN 192
8 Marcos José Olsen 34 Brazil BRA 191
9 Ricardo Sancho 30 Spain ESP 191
10 Eladio Vallduvi 22 Spain ESP 191
11 Adam Smelczyński 41 Poland POL 190
12 Heinz Leibinger 31 West Germany FRG 190
13 Aleksandr Alipov 24 Soviet Union URS 190
14 Gheorghe Florescu 44 Romania ROU 190
15 Aleksandr Androshkin 25 Soviet Union URS 190
16 Guy Rénard 38 Belgium BEL 189
17 Don Haldeman 25 United States USA 187
18 Manfred Geisler 23 East Germany GDR 187
19 Armando Marques 35 Portugal POR 187
20 Josef Meixner 32 Austria AUT 186
21 Ronald Carter 34 Great Britain GBR 186
22 Sperry Marshall 41 Australia AUS 186
23 Fernando Walls 41 Mexico MEX 186
24 Silvano Raganini 28 San Marino SMR 186
25 Brian Bailey 40 Great Britain GBR 185
26 Peter Blecher 38 West Germany FRG 185
27 David Alkon 35 Mexico MEX 185
28 Jean-Jacques Baud 24 France FRA 184
29 James Platz 41 Canada CAN 184
30 Ion Dumitrescu 47 Romania ROU 183
31 Paul Vittet 39 Switzerland SUI 182
32 Kim Tae-Seok 25 South Korea KOR 181
33 Egon Hansen 41 Denmark DEN 180
34 Karni Singh 48 India IND 180
35 Grzegorz Strouhal 29 Poland POL 179
36 Armando Salvietti 17 Bolivia BOL 179
37 Vincenzo Lucchini 47 Switzerland SUI 178
38 Dermot Kelly 55 Ireland IRL 178
39 Michael Carr-Hartley 30 Kenya KEN 178
40 Fettah Güney 35 Turkey TUR 177
41 Kim Nam-Gu 48 South Korea KOR 177
42 Gerry Brady 46 Ireland IRL 176
43 Guglielmo Giusti 34 San Marino SMR 175
44 Randhir Singh 25 India IND 173
45 Paul Cerutti 61 Monaco MON 171
46 Túlio Miraglia 42 Brazil BRA 171
47 Mounzer Khatib 36 Syria SYR 170
48 Elias Salhab 47 Lebanon LIB 170
49 Juan Jorge Giha, Sr. 49 Peru PER 168
50 Joseph Mesmar 50 Syria SYR 167
51 Brian Carr-Hartley 34 Kenya KEN 165
52 Assaad Andraos 27 Lebanon LIB 163
53 Dumrong Pachonyut 39 Thailand THA 160
54 Ricardo Roberts 55 Bolivia BOL 156
55 Boonkua Lourvanij 42 Thailand THA 145
56 Manuel Valdes 16 Philippines PHI 138
57 Philip Serjeant 42 Swaziland SWZ 122