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Shooting at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Games:

Mixed Skeet

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Host City: Barcelona, Spain
Venue(s): Mollet Olympic Shooting Range, Mollet del Vallès
Date Started: July 26, 1992
Date Finished: July 28, 1992

Gold: CHN Zhang Shan
Silver: PER Juan Jorge Giha, Jr.
Bronze: ITA Bruno Mario Rossetti

Summary

In the preliminary round, China’s Zhang Shan went clear with a 200 possible. Zhang was female and she scored 23 of 25 in the final round to win the gold medal, making her the first woman to win a mixed Olympic competition in shooting. Skeet was not yet a separate Olympic event for women but would become one in 1996. The 1984 gold medalist, Matt Dryke (USA), was one of the six finalists, but placed last in that group and did not medal.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal TP
1 Zhang Shan 24 China CHN Gold 223
2 Juan Jorge Giha, Jr. 37 Peru PER Silver 222
3 Bruno Mario Rossetti 31 Italy ITA Bronze 222
4 Ioan Toman 33 Romania ROU 222
5 José María Colorado 36 Spain ESP 222
6 Matt Dryke 33 United States USA 221
7 Luca Scribani Rossi 31 Italy ITA 197
8 Eric Swinkels 43 Netherlands NED 197
9 Zhang Xindong 23 China CHN 197
10 Firmo Roberti 49 Argentina ARG 197
11T Luboš Adamec 33 Czechoslovakia TCH 197
11T Todd Graves 29 United States USA 197
11T Aleksandr Cherkasov 36 Unified Team EUN 197
11T Boriss Timofejevs 34 Latvia LAT 197
11T Guillermo Torres 33 Cuba CUB 197
16T Jorge Guardiola 28 Spain ESP 196
16T Leoš Hlaváček 28 Czechoslovakia TCH 196
16T Bernhard Hochwald 35 Germany GER 196
16T Ole Justesen 46 Denmark DEN 196
16T Jorma Korhonen 34 Finland FIN 196
21T Andrew Austin 36 Great Britain GBR 195
21T John Summers 34 Australia AUS 195
21T David Valter 22 Czechoslovakia TCH 195
24 Francisco Romero Arribas 32 Guatemala GUA 194
25T Andrea Benelli 32 Italy ITA 145
25T Dorota Chytrowska-Mika 37 Poland POL 145
25T Connie Fluker-Smotek 27 United States USA 145
25T Andrei Inešin 25 Unified Team EUN 145
25T Michael Maskell 25 Barbados BAR 145
25T Antonis Nikolaidis 25 Cyprus CYP 145
25T Valeri Timoxin 33 Unified Team EUN 145
25T Axel Wegner 29 Germany GER 145
33T Josef Hahnenkamp 30 Austria AUT 144
33T Soichiro Ito 44 Japan JPN 144
33T Harald Jensen 25 Norway NOR 144
33T Farid Kharboutly 38 Syria SYR 144
33T Mohamed Khorshed 41 Egypt EGY 144
33T Pak Jong-Ran 26 North Korea PRK 144
33T Peeter Päkk 34 Estonia EST 144
33T Stéphane Tyssier 32 France FRA 144
33T Kaw Fun Ying 35 Malaysia MAS 144
42T Carlos Abarza 22 Chile CHI 143
42T Nayef Al-Daihani 36 Kuwait KUW 143
42T Claude Cuy y Mola 34 France FRA 143
42T Alfonso de Iruarrízaga 34 Chile CHI 143
42T Hennie Dompeling 26 Netherlands NED 143
42T Luis Gamarra 36 Bolivia BOL 143
42T Diána Igaly 27 Hungary HUN 143
42T Wang Zhonghua 27 China CHN 143
50 Matthias Dunkel 31 Germany GER 141
51T Alvaro Guardia 37 Costa Rica CRC 140
51T Khaled Sabet 30 Egypt EGY 140
51T Sin Nam-Ho 32 North Korea PRK 140
51T Björn Thorwaldsson 36 Sweden SWE 140
55T Servando Puldón 30 Cuba CUB 139
55T Ole Riber Rasmussen 36 Denmark DEN 139
57 Anton Manolov 42 Bulgaria BUL 138
58 Erzsébet Vasvári-Pongrátz 38 Hungary HUN 137
59 Diane Le Grelle 40 Great Britain GBR 136
60 Khaled Naghaway 24 Jordan JOR 41