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Shooting at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games:

Men's Rapid-Fire Pistol, 25 metres

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Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Prado Recreational Area, Chino, California
Date Started: August 1, 1984
Date Finished: August 2, 1984
Format: 25 metres. 60 shots in two courses of 30. 600 possible.

Gold: JPN Takeo Kamachi
Silver: ROU Corneliu Ion
Bronze: FIN Rauno Bies

Summary

Takeo Kamachi (JPN) had competed in rapid-fire pistol at the Olympics in 1968, 1972, and 1976, with a best placement of 12th in 1968 and =12th in 1976. But in 1984, he upset defending champion Corneliu Ion (ROM) to win the gold medal. Ion did win the silver medal.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS R1P R2P SO
1 Takeo Kamachi 48 Japan JPN Gold 595 297 298
2 Corneliu Ion 33 Romania ROU Silver 593 299 294
3 Rauno Bies 22 Finland FIN Bronze 591 298 293 146
4 Delival Nobre 35 Brazil BRA 591 296 295 141
5 Yang Chung-Yeol 31 South Korea KOR 590 293 297
6 Alfred Radke 49 West Germany FRG 590 296 294
7 Park Jong-Gil 38 South Korea KOR 590 298 292
8 Bernardo Tovar 33 Colombia COL 590 296 294
9 Viktor Engel 37 West Germany FRG 589 291 298
10 Juan Seguí 37 Spain ESP 589 293 296
11T Gerhard Petritsch 43 Austria AUT 589 294 295
11T Roberto Vannozzi 35 Italy ITA 589 296 293
13T Aldo Andreotti 37 Italy ITA 588 291 297
13T Du Xuean 28 China CHN 588 292 296
13T Mark Howkins 31 Canada CAN 588 296 292
13T Li Zhongqi 26 China CHN 588 292 296
13T Opas Ruengpanyawoodhi 28 Thailand THA 588 292 296
13T Marin Stan 34 Romania ROU 588 296 292
19 Pedro García, Jr. 31 Peru PER 587 293 294
20T Allyn Johnson 46 United States USA 586 291 295
20T Francisco Neto 39 Portugal POR 586 294 292
22 Refaat Kaid 34 Egypt EGY 585 294 291
23T Hiroyuki Akatsuka 43 Japan JPN 583 290 293
23T John Cooke 45 Great Britain GBR 583 289 294
23T Graham Harvey 40 Great Britain GBR 583 291 292
26T John McNally 28 United States USA 581 286 295
26T Mario Sánchez 50 Mexico MEX 581 288 293
28 Daniel Felizia 22 Argentina ARG 580 292 288
29T Alfredo González 40 Colombia COL 579 284 295
29T Eduardo Jiménez 37 Spain ESP 579 290 289
29T Eliseo Paolini 37 San Marino SMR 579 292 287
32T Leopoldo Fossati 36 Argentina ARG 578 285 293
32T Rajinder Kumar Vij 45 India IND 578 288 290
34T Mohinder Lal 37 India IND 577 291 286
34T Bruno Morri 38 San Marino SMR 577 291 286
34T Ragnar Skanåker 50 Sweden SWE 577 287 290
37T Ove Gunnarsson 38 Sweden SWE 576 295 281
37T Solomon Lee 48 Hong Kong HKG 576 291 285
37T Jules Sobrian 49 Canada CAN 576 289 287
40 Peera Piromratna 26 Thailand THA 575 287 288
41 Emad El-Gaindi 29 Egypt EGY 573 287 286
42T Said Al-Karbi Qatar QAT 571 287 284
42T José Jacques Pena 35 Portugal POR 571 287 284
44 Said Al-Khatry Oman OMA 566 279 287
45 Abdullah Al-Hussini Oman OMA 561 281 280
46T Safaq Al-Anzi Saudi Arabia KSA 560 274 286
46T Ho Chung Kin 46 Hong Kong HKG 560 276 284
46T William Wilka 37 Paraguay PAR 560 279 281
49 Eid Fayroze Qatar QAT 557 277 280
50 Sayed Al-Asibi Saudi Arabia KSA 545 268 277
51 Mohamed Abdul Rahman Bahrain BRN 535 272 263
52 Mamadou Sow 46 Senegal SEN 528 262 266
53 Ronald Dunn 41 Ecuador ECU 524 257 267
54 Alfredo Coello 45 Paraguay PAR 522 249 273
55 Ali Al-Khalifa Bahrain BRN 506 252 254