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Shooting at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games:

Women's Small-Bore Rifle, Three Positions, 50 metres

Shooting at the 1984 Summer Games: Next Summer Games

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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 2, 1984
Format: 50 metres. 60 shots, 20 shots prone, 20 kneeling, and 20 standing. 200 possible at each distance, 600 posible overall.

Gold: CHN Wu Xiaoxuan
Silver: FRG Ulrike Holmer
Bronze: USA Wanda Jewell

Summary

Two days before this event, Wu Xiaoxuan (CHN) had won a bronze medal in the women’s air rifle. Her gold medal in small-bore was the first ever won by a Chinese woman at the Olympics, and also made her the first Chinese female to win two Olympic medals. He victory was based primarily on her outstanding performance in the kneeling phase, at which she posted the highest score.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS PP KP SP SO
1 Wu Xiaoxuan 26 China CHN Gold 581 197 197 187 OR
2 Ulrike Holmer 16 West Germany FRG Silver 578 197 190 191 41
3 Wanda Jewell 30 United States USA Bronze 578 194 195 189 39
4 Gloria Parmentier 26 United States USA 576 199 190 187
5 Anne Grethe Jeppesen 26 Norway NOR 574 196 188 190
6 Jin Dongxiang 27 China CHN 571 193 195 183
7 Biserka Vrbek 25 Yugoslavia YUG 569 196 192 181
8 Mirjana Jovović-Horvat 34 Yugoslavia YUG 569 196 191 182
9 Christina Gustafsson 33 Sweden SWE 569 194 191 184
10 Sarah Cooper 35 Great Britain GBR 568 196 192 180
11 Noriko Kosai 28 Japan JPN 568 193 189 186
12T Sigrid Lang 20 West Germany FRG 567 194 193 180
12T Sirpa Ylönen 27 Finland FIN 567 192 190 185
14 Margareta Gustafsson 33 Sweden SWE 565 200 189 176
15 Karin Bauer 20 Austria AUT 564 191 191 182
16 Dominique Esnault 25 France FRA 563 197 183 183
17T Soma Dutta 16 India IND 562 193 185 184
17T Siri Landsem 19 Norway NOR 562 195 183 184
19 Sharon Bowes 17 Canada CAN 559 195 183 181
20T Thiranun Jinda 26 Thailand THA 558 192 190 176
20T Kim Yeong-Mi 23 South Korea KOR 558 198 183 177
22 Christina Schulze-Ashcroft 20 Canada CAN 554 196 190 168
23 Yvette Courault 33 France FRA 553 193 184 176
24 Go Yeong-Hui 28 South Korea KOR 552 198 184 170
25 Irene Daw 43 Great Britain GBR 551 195 180 176
26 Sylvia Muehlberg 36 Australia AUS 549 199 177 173
27 Gladys de Seminario, Jr. 18 Peru PER 540 193 180 167