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Shooting at the 1980 Moskva Summer Games:

Mixed Trap

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Host City: Moskva, Soviet Union
Venue(s): Dynamo Shooting Range, Mytishchi
Date Started: July 20, 1980
Date Finished: July 22, 1980
Format: 200 targets.

Gold: ITA Luciano Giovannetti
Silver: URS Rustam Yambulatov
Bronze: GDR Jörg Damme

Summary

Italy had always been strong in shotgun shooting and 1980 was no exception. After winning gold medals in 1956, 1964, and 1972, Luciano Giovannetti continued the Italian tradition of winning the trap gold medal at every other Olympic Games. His 198 gave him a two-point margin over three shooters – Rustam Yambulatov (URS), Jörg Damme (GDR), and Josef Hojny of Czechoslovakia. Hojny went out in the first shoot-off and did not medal, while Yambulatov won silver with a 25 possible in the second shoot-off. Giovannetti would return in 1984 to defend his gold medal.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS SO1P SO2P
1 Luciano Giovannetti 34 Italy ITA Gold 198
2 Rustam Yambulatov 29 Soviet Union URS Silver 196 24 25
3 Jörg Damme 21 East Germany GDR Bronze 196 24 24
4 Josef Hojný 21 Czechoslovakia TCH 196 23
5 Eladio Vallduvi 30 Spain ESP 195
6 Aleksandr Asanov 26 Soviet Union URS 195
7 Silvano Basagni 41 Italy ITA 194
8 Burckhardt Hoppe 34 East Germany GDR 192
9 István Putz 24 Hungary HUN 191
10 Ricardo Sancho 38 Spain ESP 190
11T Thomas Hewitt 30 Ireland IRL 189
11T Josef Machan 22 Czechoslovakia TCH 189
11T Larry Vella 34 Malta MLT 189
14T László Ludmann 22 Hungary HUN 188
14T Heinrich Münzberger 34 Austria AUT 188
14T Karni Singh 56 India IND 188
14T Pencho Vichev 27 Bulgaria BUL 188
18T Stayko Nenov 27 Bulgaria BUL 187
18T Marcos José Olsen 42 Brazil BRA 187
18T Nikolaus Reinprecht 37 Austria AUT 187
21 Randhir Singh 33 India IND 186
22T Leo Franciosi 47 San Marino SMR 185
22T Elio Gasperoni 37 San Marino SMR 185
24 Francesco Gaset 33 Andorra AND 184
25 Paul Meyer 18 Zimbabwe ZIM 183
26T Adnan Houjeij 46 Syria SYR 181
26T Joan Tomas 29 Andorra AND 181
28 Frans Chetcuti 36 Malta MLT 179
29 Nidal Nasser 25 Syria SYR 178
30 Francisco Romero Portilla 49 Guatemala GUA 172
31 Mohamed Issa Shahin 17 Jordan JOR 171
32 Francisco Boza 15 Peru PER 169
33 Jason Cambitzis 17 Zimbabwe ZIM 165
34 Nader George Shalhoub 33 Jordan JOR 66