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Shooting at the 1980 Moskva Summer Games:

Mixed Rapid-Fire Pistol, 25 metres

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Host City: Moskva, Soviet Union
Venue(s): Dynamo Shooting Range, Mytishchi
Date Started: July 24, 1980
Date Finished: July 25, 1980
Format: 50 metres. 60 shots in two courses of 30. 600 possible.

Gold: ROU Corneliu Ion
Silver: GDR Jürgen Wiefel
Bronze: AUT Gerhard Petritsch

Summary

The competition came down to three European shooters – Corneliu Ion (ROM), Jürgen Wiefel (GDR), and Austrian Gerhard Petritsch. They tied for first with 596. Wiefel had won the silver medal in 1976 and he and Ion went thru the shoot-off with 148, Petritsch dropping to the bronze medal with 147. The second round of shoot-offs saw Wiefel and Ion tied with 147, but Ion finally prevailed in the third round with 148 to Wiefel’s 147, giving the East German a second consecutive silver medal.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS R1P R2P
1 Corneliu Ion 29 Romania ROU Gold 596 299 297
2 Jürgen Wiefel 28 East Germany GDR Silver 596 299 297
3 Gerhard Petritsch 39 Austria AUT Bronze 596 297 299
4 Vladas Turla 27 Soviet Union URS 595 296 299
5 Roberto Ferraris 28 Italy ITA 595 296 299
6 Afanasijs Kuzmins 33 Soviet Union URS 595 297 298
7 Marin Stan 30 Romania ROU 595 298 297
8 Rafael Rodríguez 28 Cuba CUB 594 297 297
9 So Gil-San 26 North Korea PRK 594 298 296
10 László Orbán 19 Hungary HUN 593 294 299
11 Andreas Franke 25 East Germany GDR 593 297 296
12T Ivan Mandov 29 Bulgaria BUL 592 297 295
12T Gianfranco Mantelli 33 Italy ITA 592 295 297
14T Andrzej Macur 21 Poland POL 591 296 295
14T Józef Zapędzki 51 Poland POL 591 295 296
16T Ove Gunnarsson 34 Sweden SWE 590 297 293
16T Todor Stoimenov 21 Bulgaria BUL 590 294 296
18 Wibout Jolles 26 Netherlands NED 589 292 297
19T Fernando Gomes 26 Brazil BRA 588 293 295
19T Hermann Sailer 46 Austria AUT 588 293 295
19T Yun Chang-Ho 29 North Korea PRK 588 292 296
22 Jaime González 46 Spain ESP 586 293 293
23T Nguyễn Quốc Cường 30 Vietnam VIE 585 292 293
23T Franc Peternel 47 Yugoslavia YUG 585 290 295
25 Pedro García, Jr. 27 Peru PER 584 292 292
26T Vladimír Hurt 32 Czechoslovakia TCH 583 285 298
26T Nguyễn Đức Uýnh 25 Vietnam VIE 583 292 291
26T Juan Seguí 32 Spain ESP 583 294 289
29 Olavi Heikkinen 36 Finland FIN 582 295 287
30 Gábor Plank 28 Hungary HUN 580 295 285
31T Marco Hidalgo 20 Costa Rica CRC 579 289 290
31T Ragnar Skanåker 46 Sweden SWE 579 292 287
33T Christian Raynaud 34 Belgium BEL 576 290 286
33T Ian Redmond 38 Zimbabwe ZIM 576 287 289
33T Ken Stanford 42 Ireland IRL 576 288 288
36 Roberto Tamagnini 38 San Marino SMR 572 287 285
37 Bruno Morri 34 San Marino SMR 570 280 290
38 David Westerhout 44 Zimbabwe ZIM 529 271 258
39 Khamsing 19 Laos LAO 499 258 241
40 Khamphanh 19 Laos LAO 453 243 210