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Shooting at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games:

Women's Air Rifle, 10 metres

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Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Prado Recreational Area, Chino, California
Date Started: July 31, 1984
Date Finished: July 31, 1984
Format: 10 metres. Four rounds of 10 shots each. 400 possible.

Gold: USA Pat Spurgin
Silver: ITA Edith Gufler
Bronze: CHN Wu Xiaoxuan

Summary

Pat Spurgin was an 18-year-old college student at Murray State University in Kentucky. She had no international experience but won the first gold medal offered in this event at the Olympics. She later became a college rifle coach at the University of Alaska at Fairbanks. The bronze medalist Wu Xiaoxuan became the first female to win a gold medal for China when she won the women’s small-bore event in 1984.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS R1P R2P R3P R4P
1 Pat Spurgin 18 United States USA Gold 393 98 99 99 97 OR
2 Edith Gufler 21 Italy ITA Silver 391 98 98 98 97
3 Wu Xiaoxuan 26 China CHN Bronze 389 97 97 99 96
4 Sharon Bowes 17 Canada CAN 388 99 91 100 98
5 Yvette Courault 33 France FRA 386 97 97 98 94
6 Gisela Sailer 22 West Germany FRG 385 97 96 95 97
7 Siri Landsem 19 Norway NOR 384 98 97 96 93
8 Sirpa Ylönen 27 Finland FIN 383 99 98 92 94
9 Liu Renqing 21 China CHN 383 95 96 97 95
10 Noriko Kosai 28 Japan JPN 383 94 95 97 97
11T Françoise Decharne 21 France FRA 381 94 96 95 96
11T Christina Gustafsson 33 Sweden SWE 381 96 95 96 94
11T Anne Grethe Jeppesen 26 Norway NOR 381 94 93 99 95
11T Park Jeong-A 21 South Korea KOR 381 97 95 97 92
11T Gudrun Sinnhuber 18 Austria AUT 381 98 94 95 94
11T Silvia Sperber 19 West Germany FRG 381 96 96 97 92
17 Valentina Atanaskovski 21 Yugoslavia YUG 380 96 95 95 94
18 Karin Bauer 20 Austria AUT 379 95 96 93 95
18 Mary Anne Schweitzer 23 United States USA 379 91 99 97 92
20 Irene Daw 43 Great Britain GBR 378 97 91 96 94
21 Lee Jeong-Hwa 26 South Korea KOR 377 96 93 93 95
22 Soma Dutta 16 India IND 376 97 96 92 91
23T Margareta Gustafsson 33 Sweden SWE 375 91 96 97 91
23T Marie-Louise Hosdey 39 Belgium BEL 375 91 93 97 94
25 Sarah Cooper 35 Great Britain GBR 374 94 95 94 91
26T Alejandra Hoyos 20 Colombia COL 373 94 91 93 95
26T Sylvia Muehlberg 36 Australia AUS 373 95 94 94 90
28 Jackie Terry 30 Canada CAN 372 93 93 92 94
29 Mirjana Jovović-Horvat 34 Yugoslavia YUG 371 94 95 92 90
30 Gloria López 18 Colombia COL 370 90 94 93 93
31 Siriwan Bhudvanbhen 17 Thailand THA 369 96 93 90 90
32 Elizabeth Jagush-Bourland 20 Costa Rica CRC 365 91 94 91 89
33 Kanokwan Krittakom 21 Thailand THA 360 90 93 89 88