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Shooting at the 1988 Seoul Summer Games:

Women's Air Pistol, 10 metres

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Host City: Seoul, South Korea
Venue(s): Taeneung International Shooting Range, Seoul
Date Started: September 21, 1988
Date Finished: September 21, 1988

Gold: YUG Jasna Šekarić
Silver: URS Nino Salukvadze
Bronze: URS Marina Dobrancheva-Logvinenko

Summary

Pistol shooting in Seoul featured two of the greatest female pistol shooters ever – Nino Salukvadze, a Soviet Georgian, and Yugoslavian Jasna Šekarić. In this event Salukvadze and Šekarić tied after the preliminaries with 591, but Šekarić struggled in the final with only 91 and dropped back to a bronze medal. Salukvadze fired 99 in the finals to win the gold medal. Two days later in the air pistol Šekarić would win the gold medal and Salukvadze a silver medal. They would both continue to compete in the Olympics thru 2008.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal TP
1 Jasna Šekarić 22 Yugoslavia YUG Gold 489.5
2 Nino Salukvadze 19 Soviet Union URS Silver 487.9
3 Marina Dobrancheva-Logvinenko 27 Soviet Union URS Bronze 485.2
4 Anne Goffin 31 Belgium BEL 480.2
5 Anke Völker-Schumann 29 East Germany GDR 479.3
6 Liu Haiying 24 China CHN 476.9
7 Liselotte Breker 28 West Germany FRG 476.0
8 Christine Strahalm 46 Austria AUT 472.6
9 Cris Kajd 37 Sweden SWE 379
10 Eva Suárez 28 Spain ESP 379
11 Michiko Hasegawa-Fukushima 25 Japan JPN 379
12T Dorota Bidołach 31 Poland POL 378
12T Evelyne Manchon 25 France FRA 378
12T Anişoara Matei 37 Romania ROU 378
12T Park Jeong-Hui 20 South Korea KOR 378
16T Kim Dyer 41 United States USA 377
16T Annamária Gönczi 29 Hungary HUN 377
16T Wen Zhifang 27 China CHN 377
19T Bang Hyeon-Ju 22 South Korea KOR 376
19T Kerstin Bodin 38 Sweden SWE 376
19T Margit Stein 22 West Germany FRG 376
22T Hisayo Chikusa 26 Japan JPN 375
22T Ruby Fox 43 United States USA 375
22T Agi Kasoumi 22 Greece GRE 375
25T Eszter Poljak 36 Yugoslavia YUG 373
25T Val Winter 51 Australia AUS 373
27T Byambajavyn Altantsetseg 26 Mongolia MGL 372
27T Tânia Mara Fassoni-Giansante 32 Brazil BRA 372
27T Ágnes Ferencz 31 Hungary HUN 372
27T Yvonna Ježová 22 Czechoslovakia TCH 372
31 Maria Amaral 50 Brazil BRA 369
32 Selvyana Adrian-Sofyan 37 Indonesia INA 368
33 Rachel Morin 40 France FRA 366
34T Francine Antonietti 41 Switzerland SUI 365
34T Margaret Thomas 34 Great Britain GBR 365
36 Khatijah Surattee 38 Singapore SIN 361
37 Inés Margraff 30 Ecuador ECU 351