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Shooting at the 1988 Seoul Summer Games:

Mixed Skeet

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Host City: Seoul, South Korea
Venue(s): Taeneung International Shooting Range, Seoul
Date Started: September 24, 1988
Date Finished: September 24, 1988

Gold: GDR Axel Wegner
Silver: CHI Alfonso de Iruarrízaga
Bronze: ESP Jorge Guardiola

Summary

Axel Wegner (GDR) and Chile’s Alfonso de Iruarrizaga led the preliminaries with 198. In the final round, Wegener shot 24 birds to de Iruarrizaga’s 23 to win the gold medal. Spain’s Jorge Guardiola tied at 220 with American Daniel Carlisle, but won the bronze medal with a higher final round score. Carlisle had won the bronze medal in 1984 Olympic trap shooting.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal TP
1 Axel Wegner 25 East Germany GDR Gold 222 QU
2 Alfonso de Iruarrízaga 31 Chile CHI Silver 221 QU
3 Jorge Guardiola 25 Spain ESP Bronze 220 QU
4 Dan Carlisle 32 United States USA 220 QU
5 Zhang Weigang 27 China CHN 219 QU
6 Jürgen Raabe 30 East Germany GDR 219 QU
7 Luca Scribani Rossi 27 Italy ITA 196
8 Firmo Roberti 45 Argentina ARG 196
9 Eric Swinkels 39 Netherlands NED 196
10 Herbert Seeberger 39 West Germany FRG 196
11T Bernhard Hochwald 31 East Germany GDR 196
11T Valeri Timoxin 29 Soviet Union URS 196
13T Svetlana Dyomina 27 Soviet Union URS 195
13T Hennie Dompeling 22 Netherlands NED 195
13T Leoš Hlaváček 24 Czechoslovakia TCH 195
13T Aleksandr Cherkasov 32 Soviet Union URS 195
13T Björn Thorwaldsson 32 Sweden SWE 195
13T Mehmet Bülent Torpil 23 Turkey TUR 195
13T Wu Lanying 32 China CHN 195
20T Andrea Benelli 28 Italy ITA 194
20T Jacques Lanfranchi 30 France FRA 194
20T Petr Málek 26 Czechoslovakia TCH 194
20T Mikhalakis Tymbios 39 Cyprus CYP 194
24 Matt Dryke 30 United States USA 193
25 Tamaz Imnaishvili 34 Soviet Union URS 146
26 Richard Smith 37 United States USA 145
27T Luboš Adamec 29 Czechoslovakia TCH 144
27T Juan Jorge Giha, Jr. 33 Peru PER 144
27T Ken Harman 40 Great Britain GBR 144
27T Don Kwasnycia 36 Canada CAN 144
27T Ole Riber Rasmussen 32 Denmark DEN 144
27T Wang Zhonghua 23 China CHN 144
33T Celso Giardini 30 Italy ITA 143
33T Josef Hahnenkamp 26 Austria AUT 143
33T Mohamed Khorshed 37 Egypt EGY 143
33T John Woolley 38 New Zealand NZL 143
33T Tomoya Yamashita 42 Japan JPN 143
38T Yasumasa Furo 44 Japan JPN 142
38T Jorge Molina 32 Colombia COL 142
40T Michel Demoulin 23 Belgium BEL 141
40T Kim Ha-Yeon 21 South Korea KOR 141
40T Nuria Ortíz 43 Mexico MEX 141
40T Wolfgang Trautwein 27 West Germany FRG 141
44T Ian Hale 37 Australia AUS 140
44T Karsten Krogner 27 Denmark DEN 140
44T Michaela Rink 21 West Germany FRG 140
44T Tsai Pai-Sheng 53 Chinese Taipei TPE 140
44T Stéphane Tyssier 29 France FRA 140
49 Terry Carlisle 34 United States USA 139
50 Somchai Chanthavanij 41 Thailand THA 138
51 John Farrell 34 New Zealand NZL 137
52 Jimmy Chin 32 Malaysia MAS 136