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Shooting at the 1980 Moskva Summer Games:

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Host City: Moskva, Soviet Union
Venue(s): Dynamo Shooting Range, Mytishchi
Date Started: July 24, 1980
Date Finished: July 26, 1980
Format: 200 targets.

Gold: DEN Kjeld Rasmussen
Silver: SWE Lars-Göran Carlsson
Bronze: CUB Roberto Castrillo

Summary

Skeet shooting had become too easy with so many perfect scores that the rules were changed to speed up the competition and make it more difficult. Five shooters tied for first with 196, with the three medalists tying with a 25 possible in the shoot-off. Dane Hans Kjeld Rasmussen shot another possible 25 in the second shoot-off to win the gold medal over Sweden’s Lars-Göran Carlsson (silver) and Cuba’s Roberto Castrillo. Castrillo’s bronze medal was the first ever won in Olympic shooting by Cuba, greatly aided by the US-led boycott.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS SO1P SO2P
1 Kjeld Rasmussen 25 Denmark DEN Gold 196 25 25
2 Lars-Göran Carlsson 30 Sweden SWE Silver 196 25 24
3 Roberto Castrillo 39 Cuba CUB Bronze 196 25 23
4 Pavel Pulda 31 Czechoslovakia TCH 196 24
5 Celso Giardini 22 Italy ITA 196 24
6 Guillermo Torres 21 Cuba CUB 195
7 Francisco Pérez 39 Spain ESP 195
8 Ari Westergård 32 Finland FIN 195
9 Tamaz Imnaishvili 25 Soviet Union URS 195
10 Ole Justesen 34 Denmark DEN 194
11T Rodolfos Georgios Alexakos 35 Greece GRE 194
11T Julio Jesús de las Casas 35 Venezuela VEN 194
11T Josef Panáček 42 Czechoslovakia TCH 194
11T John Pierik 30 Netherlands NED 194
11T Aleksandr Sokolov 28 Soviet Union URS 194
11T Nicky Szapáry 21 Austria AUT 194
11T István Talabos 24 Hungary HUN 194
11T Kees van Ieperen 24 Netherlands NED 194
19T Wiesław Gawlikowski 29 Poland POL 192
19T Bernhard Hochwald 23 East Germany GDR 192
19T Anton Manolov 30 Bulgaria BUL 192
19T Ioan Toman 21 Romania ROU 192
23T Tibor Gosztola 19 Hungary HUN 191
23T Franz Schitzhofer 21 Austria AUT 191
25 Juan Jorge Giha, Jr. 25 Peru PER 190
26T Enrique Camarena 42 Spain ESP 189
26T Francisco Romero Arribas 20 Guatemala GUA 189
28T Juan Bueno 34 Mexico MEX 188
28T Romano Garagnani 43 Italy ITA 188
28T Kim Jun-Ho 20 North Korea PRK 188
28T Hubert Pawłowski 24 Poland POL 188
32 Albert Thompson 28 Ireland IRL 187
33T Jeremy Cole 39 Zimbabwe ZIM 185
33T Kim Hwa-Jong 35 North Korea PRK 185
33T Juan Lavieri 42 Venezuela VEN 185
33T Mario-Oscar Zachrisson 28 Guatemala GUA 185
37T Kiril Gechevski 26 Bulgaria BUL 184
37T Manne Johnson 36 Sweden SWE 184
37T Petros Pappas 27 Greece GRE 184
40 Walter Perón 50 Peru PER 181
41 Nick Cooney 45 Ireland IRL 180
42 Axel Krämer 23 East Germany GDR 179
43 Richard Gardner 41 Zimbabwe ZIM 177
44T Alvaro Guardia 25 Costa Rica CRC 176
44T Jihad Naim 33 Syria SYR 176
46 Khalil Arbaji 32 Syria SYR 172