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Shooting at the 1976 Montréal Summer Games:

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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 24, 1976
Format: 200 targets.

Gold: TCH Josef Panáček
Silver: NED Eric Swinkels
Bronze: POL Wiesław Gawlikowski

Summary

No favorite existed as five different shooters held the world record with a 200 possible, and the last several major championships had been spread among various competitors. Czechoslovakian Jozef Panaček led early with 198. Dutchman Eric Swinkels came to his last round needing 25 for the gold medal, but dropped a low eight bird. Tying at 198, Panaček won the shoot-off 50-49. Swinkels had been third at both the 1975 European and World Championships.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS SO
1 Josef Panáček 38 Czechoslovakia TCH Gold 198 50 =OR
2 Eric Swinkels 27 Netherlands NED Silver 198 49 =OR
3 Wiesław Gawlikowski 25 Poland POL Bronze 196
4 Klaus Reschke 22 East Germany GDR 196
5 Franz Schitzhofer 17 Austria AUT 195
6 Edgardo Zachrisson 26 Guatemala GUA 194
7 Juan Ávalos 35 Spain ESP 194
8 Jean-François Petitpied 34 France FRA 194
9 Claus Koch 23 West Germany FRG 194
10 Yury Tsuranov 40 Soviet Union URS 193
11T Chris Binet 39 Belgium BEL 193
11T Romano Garagnani 39 Italy ITA 193
11T Firmo Roberti 33 Argentina ARG 193
14T Enrique Camarena 38 Spain ESP 192
14T Anders Carlsson 27 Sweden SWE 192
14T Aleksandr Cherkasov 20 Soviet Union URS 192
14T Ernst Pedersen 40 Denmark DEN 192
14T Pavel Pulda 27 Czechoslovakia TCH 192
14T Kjeld Rasmussen 21 Denmark DEN 192
14T John Satterwhite 32 United States USA 192
14T Andrzej Socharski 28 Poland POL 192
22T Lee Seung-Gyun 43 South Korea KOR 191
22T Joe Neville 32 Great Britain GBR 191
22T Athos Pisoni 28 Brazil BRA 191
22T Ari Westergård 28 Finland FIN 191
26T Pavlos Kanellakis 37 Greece GRE 190
26T Dieter Monien 26 East Germany GDR 190
26T Élie Pénot 26 France FRA 190
26T John Woolley 25 New Zealand NZL 190
30T Juan Bueno 30 Mexico MEX 189
30T Roberto Castrillo 35 Cuba CUB 189
30T Åke Call 34 Sweden SWE 189
30T Romeu Luchiari Filho 22 Brazil BRA 189
30T István Talabos 20 Hungary HUN 189
35T Kazuyo Kato 44 Japan JPN 188
35T Anton Manolov 26 Bulgaria BUL 188
35T Adalbert Oster 32 Romania ROU 188
35T Markus Remes 22 Finland FIN 188
35T Rubén Vega 31 Cuba CUB 188
35T Harry Willsie 47 Canada CAN 188
41T Taro Aso 35 Japan JPN 187
41T Mirek Switalski 24 Mexico MEX 187
41T Panagiotis Xanthakos 28 Greece GRE 187
44T Bradley Simmons 20 United States USA 186
44T Antonio Yaqigi 35 Chile CHI 186
44T Güneş Yunus 33 Turkey TUR 186
47T René Berlingeri 29 Puerto Rico PUR 184
47T Brian Hebditch 28 Great Britain GBR 184
49 Rafael Batista 25 Puerto Rico PUR 182
50T Somchai Chanthavanij 29 Thailand THA 181
50T Ernst Drexler 31 West Germany FRG 181
50T Ally Ong 32 Malaysia MAS 181
50T Giuseppe Pepe 27 Italy ITA 181
54T Pichit Burapavong 32 Thailand THA 179
54T Esfandiar Lari 37 Iran IRI 179
56T Sandhu Singh Gurbir 25 India IND 176
56T Paul Laporte 48 Canada CAN 176
56T Francisco Romero Arribas 16 Guatemala GUA 176
59 Antonio Handal 24 Chile CHI 174
60 Chow Tsun Man 45 Hong Kong HKG 172
61 Park Do-Geun 45 South Korea KOR 172
62T Kamil Ja'fari 30 Iran IRI 170
62T Li Un-Hwa 26 North Korea PRK 170
64 Edmund Yong 40 Malaysia MAS 169
65 Russell Johnson 56 United States Virgin Islands ISV 168
66 Felix Navarro United States Virgin Islands ISV 165
67 Bhim Singh 66 India IND 161
68 Tso Hok Young 44 Hong Kong HKG 155