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Shooting at the 1976 Montréal Summer Games:

Mixed Trap

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Host City: Montréal, Canada
Venue(s): Olympic Shooting Range, L'Acadie, Québec, CAN
Date Started: July 18, 1976
Date Finished: July 20, 1976
Format: 200 targets.

Gold: USA Don Haldeman
Silver: POR Armando Marques
Bronze: ITA Ubaldesco Baldi

Summary

The trap shooters were affected by heavy wind, which bothered many of the shooting events in Montréal. The final scores were the lowest since the event went to 200 targets in 1952. The gold went to American Don Haldeman, who led after the first round with 72 of 75. The lead after the second 75 birds was taken by Italy’s Ubaldesco Baldi, with 144 ahead of Haldeman’s 143. On the final round, Haldeman shot 47 for 190, while Baldi slipped to 45 and tied Portugal’s Armando Silva. Marques won the shoot-off for the silver medal, 25-23. Haldeman had been the silver medalist at the 1975 Pan-American Games and was the 1972 Inter-Service Champion.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS SO
1 Don Haldeman 29 United States USA Gold 190
2 Armando Marques 39 Portugal POR Silver 189 25
3 Ubaldesco Baldi 32 Italy ITA Bronze 189 23
4 Burckhardt Hoppe 30 East Germany GDR 186
5 Aleksandr Androshkin 29 Soviet Union URS 185
6 Adam Smelczyński 45 Poland POL 183
7 John Primrose 34 Canada CAN 183
8 Bernard Blondeau 32 France FRA 182
9 Jacques Colon 31 Belgium BEL 182
10 Johnny Påhlsson 35 Sweden SWE 181
11T Esteban Azcue 32 Spain ESP 181
11T Charvin Dixon 21 United States USA 181
11T Marcos José Olsen 38 Brazil BRA 181
14 Aleksandr Alipov 28 Soviet Union URS 180
15 Richard Flynn 43 Ireland IRL 179
16T Jitsuka Matsuoka 42 Japan JPN 178
16T Josef Meixner 36 Austria AUT 178
18T György Gruber 22 Hungary HUN 177
18T Toshiyasu Ishige 44 Japan JPN 177
18T Malcolm Jenkins 61 Great Britain GBR 177
21T Silvano Basagni 37 Italy ITA 175
21T Leo Franciosi 43 San Marino SMR 175
21T Randhir Singh 29 India IND 175
21T Eladio Vallduvi 26 Spain ESP 175
25T Sue Nattrass 25 Canada CAN 173
25T Nikolaus Reinprecht 33 Austria AUT 173
25T Peter Wray 38 Australia AUS 173
28 Peter Boden 28 Great Britain GBR 169
29T Justo Fernández 35 Mexico MEX 168
29T Silvano Raganini 32 San Marino SMR 168
31 Michel Carrega 41 France FRA 167
32 Hugo Dufey 38 Chile CHI 166
33 Joan Tomas 25 Andorra AND 162
34 Pavitr Gajaseni 43 Thailand THA 160
35T Trevan Clough 33 Papua New Guinea PNG 159
35T Esteve Dolsa 40 Andorra AND 159
37 Fernando Walls 45 Mexico MEX 158
38 Eduardo Echeverría 37 Guatemala GUA 156
39 Dumrong Pachonyut 43 Thailand THA 153
40 Frank Oh 29 Singapore SIN 152
41 Mohammad Alidjani-Momer 25 Iran IRI 150
42 Marcel Rué 49 Monaco MON 141
43 Houshang Ghazvini 38 Iran IRI 71
AC Paul Cerutti 65 Monaco MON [129] DQ