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Shooting at the 1980 Moskva Summer Games:

Mixed Small-Bore Rifle, Three Positions, 50 metres

Shooting at the 1980 Summer Games: Previous Summer Games

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Host City: Moskva, Soviet Union
Venue(s): Dynamo Shooting Range, Mytishchi
Date Started: July 23, 1980
Date Finished: July 23, 1980
Format: 50 metres. 120 shots, 40 shots prone, 40 kneeling, and 40 standing. 400 possible at each distance, 1,200 posible overall.

Gold: URS Viktor Vlasov
Silver: GDR Bernd Hartstein
Bronze: SWE Sven Johansson

Summary

Americans had been dominating this event since the early 1960s but in their absence the gold medal went to Soviet Viktor Vlasov, who broke the world record with 1,173. The previous world record holder, Nonka Matova (BUL), placed sixth with 1,163.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS PP KP SP
1 Viktor Vlasov 29 Soviet Union URS Gold 1,173 398 397 378 WR
2 Bernd Hartstein 32 East Germany GDR Silver 1,166 399 393 374
3 Sven Johansson 35 Sweden SWE Bronze 1,165 398 388 379
4 Mauri Röppänen 34 Finland FIN 1,164 397 388 379
5 Aleksandr Mitrofanov 27 Soviet Union URS 1,164 397 389 378
6 Nonka Matova 25 Bulgaria BUL 1,163 396 390 377
7 Hellfried Heilfort 25 East Germany GDR 1,162 394 390 378
8 Eugeniusz Pędzisz 34 Poland POL 1,156 397 391 368
9 Henning Clausen 40 Denmark DEN 1,156 400 390 366
10 István Mátrai 30 Hungary HUN 1,155 397 387 371
11T Éva Fórián 20 Hungary HUN 1,153 394 386 373
11T Kim Dong-Gil 24 North Korea PRK 1,153 396 386 371
11T Li Ho-Jun 33 North Korea PRK 1,153 390 384 379
11T Romuald Siemionow 30 Poland POL 1,153 395 388 370
15 Stefan Thynell 25 Sweden SWE 1,150 396 385 369
16 Miguel Valdes 40 Cuba CUB 1,148 398 383 367
17T Finn Danielsen 25 Denmark DEN 1,147 393 389 365
17T Srećko Pejović 27 Yugoslavia YUG 1,147 390 385 372
19 Timo Hagman 24 Finland FIN 1,146 394 385 367
20 Adelso Peña 26 Cuba CUB 1,144 398 384 362
21 Zdravko Milutinović 29 Yugoslavia YUG 1,143 395 376 372
22T Jaroslav Pekař 35 Czechoslovakia TCH 1,142 394 382 366
22T Emiliyan Yankov 23 Bulgaria BUL 1,142 396 381 365
24T Adolf Jakeš 37 Czechoslovakia TCH 1,140 397 386 357
24T Wolfram Waibel, Sr. 33 Austria AUT 1,140 398 380 362
26 Mohamed Jbour 35 Jordan JOR 1,138 393 380 365
27 Sangidorjiin Adilbish 25 Mongolia MGL 1,135 392 380 363
28 Justo Moreno 27 Peru PER 1,133 391 379 363
29 Nguyễn Tiến Trung 18 Vietnam VIE 1,122 397 378 347
30T Oscar Caceres 48 Peru PER 1,117 395 376 346
30T Dennis Hardman 37 Zimbabwe ZIM 1,117 390 378 349
32T Mendbayaryn Jantsankhorloo 36 Mongolia MGL 1,104 392 373 339
32T Amera Khalif 50 Jordan JOR 1,104 395 365 344
34 Roland Jacoby 28 Luxembourg LUX 1,099 394 369 336
35 Nghiêm Văn Sẩn 40 Vietnam VIE 1,094 389 368 337
36 Francesco Nanni 31 San Marino SMR 1,093 383 366 344
37 Pasquale Raschi 33 San Marino SMR 1,081 386 362 333
38 Mauricio Alvarado Costa Rica CRC 1,057 385 345 327
39 Roger Cartín 22 Costa Rica CRC 1,022 381 347 294