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Shooting at the 1988 Seoul Summer Games:

Mixed Trap

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Host City: Seoul, South Korea
Venue(s): Taeneung International Shooting Range, Seoul
Date Started: September 20, 1988
Date Finished: September 20, 1988

Gold: URS Dmytro Monakov
Silver: TCH Miloslav Bednařík
Bronze: BEL Frans Peeters

Summary

The last two World Champions had been Dmytro Monakov (URS/UKR) in 1987 and Miroslav Bednařík (TCH) in 1986. Both led the preliminary round with 197 and then they both went clean with 25 in the final, for 222. In the shoot-off for the gold medal, they both made their first seven birds, but Bednařík missed his eighth to give the gold medal to Monakov. The silver medalist from 1984, Francisco Boza (PER) shot-off with Belgium’s Franz Peeters for the bronze medal, with Peeters prevailing 16-15.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal TP
1 Dmytro Monakov 25 Soviet Union URS Gold 222
2 Miloslav Bednařík 23 Czechoslovakia TCH Silver 222
3 Frans Peeters 32 Belgium BEL Bronze 219
4 Francisco Boza 23 Peru PER 219
5 Bean van Limbeek 44 Netherlands NED 219
6 Kazumi Watanabe 40 Japan JPN 216
7 Urmas Saaliste 27 Soviet Union URS 194
8 Matti Nummela 33 Finland FIN 194
9 Dan Carlisle 32 United States USA 194
10 Albano Pera 38 Italy ITA 193
11 Rafael Axpe 34 Spain ESP 193
12T Brian Ballard 27 United States USA 192
12T Allen Haas, III 25 United States USA 192
12T Eladio Vallduvi 38 Spain ESP 192
15T Jörg Damme 29 East Germany GDR 191
15T Russell Mark 24 Australia AUS 191
15T Park Cheol-Seung 32 South Korea KOR 191
18T José Bladas 31 Spain ESP 190
18T Luciano Giovannetti 42 Italy ITA 190
18T John Primrose 46 Canada CAN 190
18T João Rebelo 27 Portugal POR 190
22T Christophe Guelpa 25 France FRA 189
22T John Maxwell 36 Australia AUS 189
24 Daniele Cioni 29 Italy ITA 188
25T Kim Geon-Il 21 South Korea KOR 142
25T Oleksandr Lavrinenko 27 Soviet Union URS 142
25T Johnny Påhlsson 47 Sweden SWE 142
25T Ian Peel 30 Great Britain GBR 142
25T Sherif Saleh 33 Egypt EGY 142
30T Byeon Gyeong-Su 30 South Korea KOR 141
30T Peter Aagaard Jensen 32 Denmark DEN 141
30T Sue Nattrass 37 Canada CAN 141
33T Gian Nicola Berti 28 San Marino SMR 140
33T George Leary 30 Canada CAN 140
33T Gemma Usieto 23 Spain ESP 140
33T Alfredo Valentini 42 San Marino SMR 140
37T Hélder Cavaco 23 Portugal POR 139
37T Domingo Diaz 40 Australia AUS 139
39 Alfredo Cuentas 32 Mexico MEX 138
40T Rodrigo Bastos 21 Brazil BRA 137
40T Gao E 25 China CHN 137
42 Luis Garrido 36 Puerto Rico PUR 136
43T Zoltán Bodó 31 Hungary HUN 135
43T Timo Nieminen 37 Finland FIN 135
43T Zhang Bing 19 China CHN 135
46 Pia Lucia Baldisserri 31 Italy ITA 134
47 Carolyn Koch 21 United States USA 130
48 Matar Al-Harthi Saudi Arabia KSA 128
49 Rodney Tudor-Cole 41 Zimbabwe ZIM 125