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Shooting at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games:

Mixed Trap

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Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Prado Recreational Area, Chino, California
Date Started: July 29, 1984
Date Finished: July 31, 1984
Format: Eight rounds of 25 shots. Tie for 4th through 10th place broken by results of most recent rounds. Ties for medal places decided by shoot off of 25 shots.

Gold: ITA Luciano Giovannetti
Silver: PER Francisco Boza
Bronze: USA Dan Carlisle

Summary

Three shooters tied for first with 192 – the defending gold medalist, Luciano Giovannetti (ITA); Francisco Boza (PER), and Daniel Carlisle (USA). In the shoot-off, nobody went clean but Giovannetti missed only one clay to win the gold medal, Boza posting a 23 and Carlisle a 22. Giovannetti became the first trap shooter to defend a gold medal at the Olympics. Carlisle would later switch to skeet and win a bronze medal in that event at at the 1988 Olympics.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS SO
1 Luciano Giovannetti 38 Italy ITA Gold 192 24
2 Francisco Boza 19 Peru PER Silver 192 23
3 Dan Carlisle 28 United States USA Bronze 192 22
4 Timo Nieminen 33 Finland FIN 191
5 Michel Carrega 49 France FRA 190
6 Eli Ellis 35 Australia AUS 190
7 Terry Rumbel 33 Australia AUS 189
8 Johnny Påhlsson 43 Sweden SWE 189
9 Sherif Saleh 29 Egypt EGY 188
10 Marcos José Olsen 46 Brazil BRA 188
11T Motoharu Hirano 44 Japan JPN 186
11T Park Cheol-Seung 28 South Korea KOR 186
11T Kazumi Watanabe 36 Japan JPN 186
14T Peter Boden 36 Great Britain GBR 185
14T Ludwig Puser 38 Austria AUT 185
16 John Primrose 42 Canada CAN 184
17T Pat Bawtinheimer 22 Canada CAN 183
17T Peter Croft 34 Great Britain GBR 183
17T Diego García 39 Mexico MEX 183
17T Ricardo Sancho 42 Spain ESP 183
21 Pablo Vergara 29 Chile CHI 182
22T Jean Ame 23 France FRA 181
22T Clive Conolly 29 Zimbabwe ZIM 181
22T Eladio Vallduvi 34 Spain ESP 181
22T Walter Zobell 34 United States USA 181
26T Diego Arcay 39 Venezuela VEN 180
26T Joan Tomas 33 Andorra AND 180
28T Peter Blecher 50 West Germany FRG 179
28T José Faria 27 Portugal POR 179
28T Francesco Gaset 37 Andorra AND 179
31T Daniele Cioni 25 Italy ITA 178
31T Luciano Santolini 31 San Marino SMR 178
33T Gilbert Duchateau 36 Belgium BEL 177
33T Matti Nummela 29 Finland FIN 177
35T José Artecona 51 Puerto Rico PUR 176
35T Alp Kızılsu 27 Turkey TUR 176
35T Dimitrios Papakhrisostomou 43 Cyprus CYP 176
35T Mansher Singh 18 India IND 176
35T Randhir Singh 37 India IND 176
35T Étienne Vivier 22 Belgium BEL 176
41T Guillermo Castellanos 24 Mexico MEX 175
41T Cheng Shu Ming 38 Hong Kong HKG 175
41T Choi Jeong-Ryong 39 South Korea KOR 175
41T Leonel Martínez 20 Venezuela VEN 175
45T Mohsen El-Sayed 29 Egypt EGY 174
45T Dumrong Pachonyut 51 Thailand THA 174
47 Anastasios Lordos 34 Cyprus CYP 173
48T Raúl Abatte 38 Chile CHI 172
48T Elio Gasperoni 41 San Marino SMR 172
48T Michael Gauci 33 Malta MLT 172
51T Frans Chetcuti 40 Malta MLT 170
51T Jean Gemayel 26 Lebanon LIB 170
53 Roy Magowan 44 Ireland IRL 169
54T Michael Carr-Hartley 42 Kenya KEN 168
54T João Rebelo 23 Portugal POR 168
56 Gustavo García 27 Colombia COL 167
57T Víctor Hugo Campos 47 Bolivia BOL 166
57T Alonso Morales 37 Colombia COL 166
57T Elia Nasrallah 41 Lebanon LIB 166
60T Ayser Al-Hyari 25 Jordan JOR 164
60T Avelino Palma 36 Brazil BRA 164
62T Javier Asbun 31 Bolivia BOL 161
62T Jean-Marie Repaire 36 Monaco MON 161
64 Vudtha Bherombhadi 50 Thailand THA 157
65 Irfan Adelbi 38 Jordan JOR 149
66 Trevan Clough 41 Papua New Guinea PNG 145
67 Olegario Farrés 49 Paraguay PAR 144
68 Osvaldo Farrés 16 Paraguay PAR 134
69 Julio González 40 El Salvador ESA 124
70 Salman Al-Khalifa Bahrain BRN 76