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Shooting at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Games:

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

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Host City: Barcelona, Spain
Venue(s): Mollet Olympic Shooting Range, Mollet del Vallès
Date Started: July 30, 1992
Date Finished: July 30, 1992

Gold: USA Launi Meili
Silver: BUL Nonka Matova
Bronze: POL Małgorzata Książkiewicz

Summary

American Launi Meili opened with 200 prone and led the qualifying round with 587. She held in the final with 97.3 to win the gold medal. Bulgaria’s Nonka Matova was third after qualifying but shot the highest final round, 98.7, to win the silver medal.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal TP
1 Launi Meili 29 United States USA Gold 684.3
2 Nonka Matova 37 Bulgaria BUL Silver 682.7
3 Małgorzata Książkiewicz 25 Poland POL Bronze 681.5
4 Éva Fórián 32 Hungary HUN 679.5
5 Suzana Skoko 21 Croatia CRO 678.7
6 Vesela Lecheva 28 Bulgaria BUL 678.0
7 Sharon Bowes 25 Canada CAN 673.6
8 Éva Joó 22 Hungary HUN 673.6
9 Lenka Koloušková 25 Czechoslovakia TCH 579
10 Zhang Qiuping 28 China CHN 579
11 Zhou Danhong 24 China CHN 579
12T Jasminka Francki 23 Croatia CRO 578
12T Ann-Marie Pfiffner 23 United States USA 578
14T Christina Schulze-Ashcroft 28 Canada CAN 577
14T Aleksandra Ivošev 18 Individual Olympic Athletes IOA 577
14T Renata Mauer-Różańska 23 Poland POL 577
17T Sabina Fuchs 22 Switzerland SUI 576
17T Mirjana Jovović-Horvat 42 Bosnia and Herzegovina BIH 576
19 Irina Shilova 24 Unified Team EUN 575
20 Silvia Sperber 27 Germany GER 574
21 Anna Malukhina 33 Unified Team EUN 573
22T Soma Dutta 24 India IND 572
22T Hanne Vataker 25 Norway NOR 572
24T Dagmar Bílková 25 Czechoslovakia TCH 571
24T Nieves Fernández 23 Spain ESP 571
24T Gang Myeong-A 20 South Korea KOR 571
27 Pirjo Peltola 30 Finland FIN 570
28T Gaby Bühlmann 28 Switzerland SUI 569
28T Sonja Pfeilschifter 21 Germany GER 569
30T Dominique Esnault 33 France FRA 567
30T Noriko Kosai 36 Japan JPN 567
32 Isabelle Héberlé 33 France FRA 566
33 Lidija Mihajlović 23 Individual Olympic Athletes IOA 565
34 Yoko Minamoto 25 Japan JPN 563
35 Lindy Hansen 23 Norway NOR 560
36 Chow Un-Ju 22 North Korea PRK 559