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Shooting at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games:

Men's Small-Bore Rifle, Three Positions, 50 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 1, 1984
Format: 50 metres. 120 shots, 40 shots prone, 40 kneeling, and 40 standing. 400 possible at each distance, 1,200 posible overall.

Gold: GBR Malcolm Cooper
Silver: SUI Daniel Nipkow
Bronze: GBR Alister Allan

Summary

The event was weakened by the Soviet-boycott, as the world record was held by two Soviets – Viktor Vlasov (set in winning the 1980 gold medal) and Vladimir Lvov. The gold medalist, Malcolm Cooper (GBR), equaled the world record with 1,173. Cooper had learned to shoot small-bore in New Zealand when his father was stationed there with the Royal Navy. He would dominate this event in the 1980s, winning the 1986 World Championships and defending his gold medal at the 1988 Olympics.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS PP KP SP
1 Malcolm Cooper 36 Great Britain GBR Gold 1,173 397 395 381 =WR
2 Daniel Nipkow 30 Switzerland SUI Silver 1,163 396 386 381
3 Alister Allan 40 Great Britain GBR Bronze 1,162 392 392 378
4 Kurt Hillenbrand 26 West Germany FRG 1,154 396 389 369
5 Bo Lilja 33 Denmark DEN 1,153 394 384 375
6 Glenn Dubis 25 United States USA 1,151 396 387 368
7 Jean-Pierre Amat 22 France FRA 1,150 393 382 375
8 Peter Heinz 30 West Germany FRG 1,150 394 381 375
9 Bob Cheyne 36 Canada CAN 1,149 396 382 371
10 Michel Bury 32 France FRA 1,147 399 375 373
11T John Duus 29 Norway NOR 1,146 396 385 365
11T Jorge González 27 Spain ESP 1,146 393 376 377
11T Roger Jansson 25 Sweden SWE 1,146 389 384 373
14 Harald Stenvaag 31 Norway NOR 1,145 400 377 368
15T Ed Etzel 31 United States USA 1,142 400 383 359
15T Mauri Röppänen 38 Finland FIN 1,142 394 385 363
17T Christian Heller 20 Sweden SWE 1,141 388 383 370
17T Goran Maksimović 21 Yugoslavia YUG 1,141 394 386 361
17T Alan Smith 26 Australia AUS 1,141 397 385 359
20T Rajmond Debevec 21 Yugoslavia YUG 1,140 390 382 368
20T Constantin Stan 24 Romania ROU 1,140 393 383 364
22T Lothar Heinrich 43 Austria AUT 1,139 390 381 368
22T Xu Xiaoguang 29 China CHN 1,139 395 391 353
24 Jean-François Sénécal 23 Canada CAN 1,138 390 377 371
25 Ryohei Koba 21 Japan JPN 1,137 390 379 368
26T Gerhard Krimbacher 31 Austria AUT 1,135 386 380 369
26T Mikko Mattila 31 Finland FIN 1,135 396 377 362
26T Ignatios Psyllakis 21 Greece GRE 1,135 390 371 374
29 Üli Sarbach 30 Switzerland SUI 1,132 395 376 361
30T José Álvarez 36 Mexico MEX 1,128 395 380 353
30T José María Pigrau 41 Spain ESP 1,128 389 376 363
32T Lin Jicheng 27 China CHN 1,127 393 375 359
32T Yun Deok-Ha 29 South Korea KOR 1,127 396 372 359
34 Ricardo Rusticucci 38 Argentina ARG 1,126 394 375 357
35 Kaoru Matsuo 33 Japan JPN 1,125 385 380 360
36 Mohamed Jbour 39 Jordan JOR 1,122 392 373 357
37 Jack Achilles 41 Netherlands NED 1,120 389 373 358
38 Víctor Garcés 32 Mexico MEX 1,119 392 368 359
39T Lee Eun-Cheol 17 South Korea KOR 1,117 381 372 364
39T Itzhak Yonassi 21 Israel ISR 1,117 387 373 357
41T Pelopidas Iliadis 34 Greece GRE 1,114 389 369 356
41T Chakrapan Thianthong 23 Thailand THA 1,114 390 368 356
43 Dennis Hardman 41 Zimbabwe ZIM 1,101 390 371 340
44T Mario Clopatofsky 27 Colombia COL 1,100 383 367 350
44T Manop Leeprasansakul 27 Thailand THA 1,100 385 363 352
46 Yair Davidovitz 39 Israel ISR 1,099 388 366 345
47 Hussam Abdul Rahman 30 Jordan JOR 1,095 381 375 339
48 Abdul Latif Al-Bulushi 28 Oman OMA 1,084 384 355 345
49 Pasquale Raschi 37 San Marino SMR 1,074 385 354 335
50 Dadallah Al-Bulushi 25 Oman OMA 1,050 387 341 322
51 Alfredo Pelliccioni 31 San Marino SMR 1,041 386 360 295