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Shooting at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games:

Men's Air Rifle, 10 metres

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Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Prado Recreational Area, Chino, California
Date Started: August 3, 1984
Date Finished: August 3, 1984
Format: 10 metres. Six rounds of 10 shots each. 600 possible.

Gold: FRA Philippe Hébérle
Silver: AUT Andreas Kronthaler
Bronze: GBR Barry Dagger

Summary

This was the Olympic début for the air rifle event. The favorite was the 1982 World Champion Philippe Hébérle of France, who had also twice won the World Championship in crossbow archery. He won the gold medal with a two-point margin over Austria’s Andreas Kronthaler (silver) and Britain’s Barry Dagger (bronze). The world-record holder, Harald Stenvaag (NOR), finished in a tie for seventh.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS R1P R2P R3P R4P R5P R6P
1 Philippe Hébérle 21 France FRA Gold 589 98 97 99 99 99 97 OR
2 Andreas Kronthaler 32 Austria AUT Silver 587 100 98 97 97 97 98
3 Barry Dagger 47 Great Britain GBR Bronze 587 98 100 99 98 96 96
4 Nicolas Berthelot 20 France FRA 585 98 97 97 96 97 100
5 Peter Heinz 30 West Germany FRG 583 96 96 96 100 97 98
6 John Rost 20 United States USA 583 97 96 97 98 98 97
7 Harald Stenvaag 31 Norway NOR 582 96 98 98 93 99 98
8 Itzhak Yonassi 21 Israel ISR 582 96 95 97 98 98 98
9 Ignatios Psyllakis 21 Greece GRE 581 96 99 96 94 96 100
10 Bernhard Süß 23 West Germany FRG 581 94 99 97 96 98 97
11 Guy Lorion 31 Canada CAN 581 97 98 98 96 97 95
12T Frank Arens 24 Belgium BEL 580 97 97 97 98 98 93
12T Rajmond Debevec 21 Yugoslavia YUG 580 97 97 96 97 94 99
12T Ove Sjögren 25 Sweden SWE 580 96 99 97 96 98 94
15T Malcolm Cooper 36 Great Britain GBR 579 99 98 97 98 94 93
15T Glenn Dubis 25 United States USA 579 99 96 95 97 97 95
15T Šaćir Džeko 28 Yugoslavia YUG 579 99 94 95 98 96 97
18T Ryohei Koba 21 Japan JPN 578 94 99 98 97 96 94
18T Mauri Röppänen 38 Finland FIN 578 94 97 97 96 97 97
20T Niels Peder Pedersen 30 Denmark DEN 577 95 96 97 97 95 97
20T Ricardo Rusticucci 38 Argentina ARG 577 93 95 97 98 97 97
20T Constantin Stan 24 Romania ROU 577 97 96 94 95 99 96
23T Bob Cheyne 36 Canada CAN 576 100 95 94 95 95 97
23T Hansüli Minder 26 Switzerland SUI 576 96 98 96 97 95 94
25 Per Erik Løkken 28 Norway NOR 575 96 94 95 99 95 96
26T Christian Heller 20 Sweden SWE 574 96 96 93 97 97 95
26T José María Pigrau 41 Spain ESP 574 96 97 97 94 96 94
28T Gerhard Krimbacher 31 Austria AUT 573 95 99 96 99 97 97
28T Park Dae-Un 22 South Korea KOR 573 95 94 94 97 95 98
30T Jorge González 27 Spain ESP 572 92 92 97 98 94 99
30T Xu Xiaoguang 29 China CHN 572 97 93 96 94 97 95
32 Pelopidas Iliadis 34 Greece GRE 571 95 96 96 95 93 96
33T Pierre-Alain Dufaux 35 Switzerland SUI 570 95 95 94 96 95 95
33T Herbert Memelink 23 Netherlands NED 570 94 98 94 96 94 94
35 Justo Moreno 31 Peru PER 567 93 95 94 94 94 97
36T José Álvarez 36 Mexico MEX 565 97 92 91 92 95 98
36T Hua Jiansheng 21 China CHN 565 90 93 100 94 94 94
38 Yun Deok-Ha 29 South Korea KOR 563 91 97 94 92 94 95
39T Bhagirath Samai 26 India IND 562 93 95 93 94 95 92
39T Kamal El-Din Shemais 30 Egypt EGY 562 96 89 96 95 90 96
41 Hugo Romero 37 Ecuador ECU 561 92 93 92 93 97 94
42 German Carrasquilla 17 Colombia COL 560 92 94 96 94 95 89
43T Abdul Latif Al-Bulushi 28 Oman OMA 558 88 94 95 94 97 90
43T Manop Leeprasansakul 27 Thailand THA 558 91 96 94 89 96 92
45 Paulo Pimenta 23 Brazil BRA 557 94 94 91 90 93 95
46 Víctor Garcés 32 Mexico MEX 556 96 94 93 94 93 86
47 Tanin Thaisinlp 20 Thailand THA 554 89 94 94 91 95 91
48 Khamis Al-Subhi Oman OMA 552 94 87 88 93 95 95
49 Dennis Hardman 41 Zimbabwe ZIM 548 90 90 92 92 95 89
50 Khuwaled Al-Harthi Saudi Arabia KSA 545 88 93 90 90 91 93
51 Pasquale Raschi 37 San Marino SMR 543 86 91 94 92 91 89
52 Roger Cartín 26 Costa Rica CRC 511 84 87 77 86 83 94
AC Yair Davidovitz 39 Israel ISR DNF
AC Kaoru Matsuo 33 Japan JPN DNF