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Shooting at the 1976 Montréal Summer Games:

Mixed Rapid-Fire Pistol, 25 metres

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Host City: Montréal, Canada
Venue(s): Olympic Shooting Range, L'Acadie, Québec, CAN
Date Started: July 22, 1976
Date Finished: July 23, 1976
Format: 25 metres. 60 shots in two courses of 30. 600 possible.

Gold: GDR Norbert Klaar
Silver: GDR Jürgen Wiefel
Bronze: ITA Roberto Ferraris

Summary

The two-time defending champion was Poland’s Józef Zapędzki. But on the first day, in the six-second stage, his pistol malfunctioned costing him 40 points. He lost only four other points in all other phases, and shot 299 on the second day, but would place only 45th of 48 shooters. Roberto Ferraris (ITA) and Jürgen Wiefel (GDR) led after day one with 299. But Wiefel’s teammate Norbert Klaar shot through without a miss on day two, to finish with 597 and the gold medal. Wiefel held on for the silver medal with 596, giving the GDR gold and silver in both events in 1976.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS R1P R2P
1 Norbert Klaar 21 East Germany GDR Gold 597 297 300 OR
2 Jürgen Wiefel 24 East Germany GDR Silver 596 299 297
3 Roberto Ferraris 24 Italy ITA Bronze 595 299 296
4 Afanasijs Kuzmins 29 Soviet Union URS 595 298 297
5 Corneliu Ion 25 Romania ROU 595 298 297
6 Erwin Glock 51 West Germany FRG 594 296 298
7 Gerhard Petritsch 35 Austria AUT 594 297 297
8 Marin Stan 26 Romania ROU 594 297 297
9 Werner Beier 40 West Germany FRG 593 294 299
10 Paul Buser 41 Switzerland SUI 592 296 296
11 Viktor Torshin 28 Soviet Union URS 592 297 295
12T Takeo Kamachi 40 Japan JPN 591 295 296
12T Vladimír Hurt 28 Czechoslovakia TCH 591 298 293
14 Gianfranco Mantelli 29 Italy ITA 589 297 292
15T Kell Runland 34 Denmark DEN 587 293 294
15T Brian Girling 38 Great Britain GBR 587 292 295
15T Park Jong-Gil 30 South Korea KOR 587 294 293
15T So Gil-San 22 North Korea PRK 587 294 293
15T Franc Peternel 43 Yugoslavia YUG 587 294 293
20T Jaime González 42 Spain ESP 586 290 296
20T Juan Seguí 28 Spain ESP 586 292 294
20T Kanji Kubo 38 Japan JPN 586 297 289
20T Curt Andersson 39 Sweden SWE 586 294 292
20T Ove Gunnarsson 30 Sweden SWE 586 294 292
20T Vladimír Hyka 24 Czechoslovakia TCH 586 293 293
20T Bill McMillan 47 United States USA 586 291 295
27T Osvaldo Scandola 36 Argentina ARG 585 294 291
27T Jean Baumann 42 France FRA 585 291 294
27T Maciej Orlik 38 Poland POL 585 291 294
30 Yun Chang-Ho 25 North Korea PRK 584 293 291
31T Jules Sobrian 41 Canada CAN 583 292 291
31T John Cooke 37 Great Britain GBR 583 291 292
33 Alfredo González 32 Colombia COL 581 285 296
34 Alexander Taransky 35 Australia AUS 580 290 290
35 Solos Nalampoon 38 Thailand THA 578 288 290
36T Bruno Morri 30 San Marino SMR 576 288 288
36T Tom Treinen 33 United States USA 576 285 291
38 Steven Kelly 23 Canada CAN 570 290 280
39 Jaime Vives 30 Puerto Rico PUR 568 284 284
40 Oscar Yuston 37 Argentina ARG 565 283 282
41T Delival Nobre 27 Brazil BRA 563 284 279
41T Somboon Patcharaput 44 Thailand THA 563 289 274
43 Juan Marchand 27 Puerto Rico PUR 558 275 283
44 Tom Ong 36 Philippines PHI 557 282 275
45 Józef Zapędzki 47 Poland POL 556 257 299
46 Roberto Tamagnini 34 San Marino SMR 547 280 267
47 Solomon Lee 40 Hong Kong HKG 545 278 267
48 Michel Braun 46 Luxembourg LUX 445 149 296