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Shooting at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games:

Mixed Skeet

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Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Prado Recreational Area, Chino, California
Date Started: August 2, 1984
Date Finished: August 4, 1984
Format: Eight rounds of 25 shots. Tie for 4th through 10th place broken by results of most recent rounds.

Gold: USA Matt Dryke
Silver: DEN Ole Riber Rasmussen
Bronze: ITA Luca Scribani Rossi

Summary

The heavy favorite was American Matt Dryke, who was the 1983 World and Pan-American Champion and would win the world title again in 1986. He also held the world record with a 200 possible. He came thru for the gold medal with a 198, Dryke had started his shooting career as a trick shooter, learning to shoot skeet while riding a unicycle.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS SO
1 Matt Dryke 25 United States USA Gold 198 =OR
2 Ole Riber Rasmussen 28 Denmark DEN Silver 196 25
3 Luca Scribani Rossi 23 Italy ITA Bronze 196 23
4 John Pierik 34 Netherlands NED 194
5 Anders Berglind 25 Sweden SWE 194
6 Norbert Hofmann 21 West Germany FRG 194
7 Jorge Molina 28 Colombia COL 194
8 Ian Hale 33 Australia AUS 193
9 Nuria Ortíz 39 Mexico MEX 193
10 Eric Swinkels 35 Netherlands NED 193
11T Wallace Sykes 41 Great Britain GBR 193
11T Zhu Changfu 30 China CHN 193
13T Juan Ávalos 43 Spain ESP 192
13T Mikio Itakura 42 Japan JPN 192
13T Petros Kyritsis 30 Cyprus CYP 192
13T Housham Moustafa 28 Egypt EGY 192
13T Firmo Roberti 41 Argentina ARG 192
13T Nicky Szapáry 25 Austria AUT 192
19T Bror Nyström 31 Finland FIN 191
19T Francisco Pérez 43 Spain ESP 191
19T Francisco Romero Arribas 24 Guatemala GUA 191
19T Stéphane Tyssier 24 France FRA 191
19T Wu Lanying 28 China CHN 191
24T Paul Bentley 38 Great Britain GBR 190
24T Alec Crikis 39 Australia AUS 190
26T Martin Burkert 27 Austria AUT 189
26T Alfonso de Iruarrízaga 26 Chile CHI 189
26T John Woolley 33 New Zealand NZL 189
29T Celso Giardini 26 Italy ITA 188
29T Élie Pénot 34 France FRA 188
29T Wolfgang Trautwein 23 West Germany FRG 188
29T Tsai Pai-Sheng 49 Chinese Taipei TPE 188
33T Christian Ek 25 Sweden SWE 187
33T Im Dong-Gi 24 South Korea KOR 187
33T Carlos Zarzar 29 Chile CHI 187
36T Kim Yeong-Jin 28 South Korea KOR 186
36T Juha Mäkelä 28 Finland FIN 186
38T Mohamed Ragheb 41 Syria SYR 185
38T Michael Thompson 28 United States USA 185
38T Panagiotis Xanthakos 36 Greece GRE 185
41T Julio Jesús de las Casas 39 Venezuela VEN 184
41T Eigen Hayashi 35 Japan JPN 184
41T Albert Thompson 32 Ireland IRL 184
41T Yang Ching-Sung 42 Chinese Taipei TPE 184
45 Rodolfos Georgios Alexakos 39 Greece GRE 183
46 Angel Guzman 31 Mexico MEX 182
47T Daniel Belli 20 Canada CAN 181
47T Carlos Mazo 27 Colombia COL 181
49 Khayri Amar 24 Jordan JOR 180
50 Güneş Yunus 42 Turkey TUR 179
51T Chow Tsun Man 53 Hong Kong HKG 178
51T Eric Lombard 19 Belgium BEL 178
53T Juan Jorge Giha, Jr. 29 Peru PER 177
53T Mohamed Khorshed 33 Egypt EGY 177
55 Esteban Boza 17 Peru PER 176
56 Luis Gamarra 28 Bolivia BOL 175
57 Elias Harb 45 Lebanon LIB 174
58T Somchai Chanthavanij 37 Thailand THA 172
58T Gebrael Haoui 30 Lebanon LIB 172
58T Mario-Oscar Zachrisson 32 Guatemala GUA 172
61 Vicente Bergues 45 Paraguay PAR 168
62T Gary Berne 40 United States Virgin Islands ISV 167
62T Bob Warren-Codrington 34 Zimbabwe ZIM 167
64T Mauricio Kattan 41 Bolivia BOL 166
64T Harisimran Singh Sandhu 34 India IND 166
66 Anthony Chuang 39 Hong Kong HKG 149
67 Ricardo Tellechea 30 Paraguay PAR 146
68 Pichit Burapavong 40 Thailand THA 142
69 Mikhalakis Tymbios 35 Cyprus CYP 95