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Shooting at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Games:

Women's Sporting Pistol, 25 metres

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Host City: Barcelona, Spain
Venue(s): Mollet Olympic Shooting Range, Mollet del Vallès
Date Started: July 27, 1992
Date Finished: July 27, 1992

Gold: EUN Marina Dobrancheva-Logvinenko
Silver: CHN Li Duihong
Bronze: MGL Munkhbayar Dorjsuren

Summary

Marina Logvinenko-Dobrancheva (EUN) led the preliminary with 587 over China’s Li Duihong, who had fired 586. But Logvinenko-Dobrancheva was too strong in the final and won the gold medal but four points over Li. The best female pistol shooters of the 90s, Nino Salukvadze, a Soviet Georgian, and Yugoslavian Jasna Šekarić, made the finals but placed 5th and 6th, respectively. Five days later, Logvinenko-Dobrancheva also won the air pistol event.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal TP
1 Marina Dobrancheva-Logvinenko 30 Unified Team EUN Gold 684
2 Li Duihong 22 China CHN Silver 680
3 Munkhbayar Dorjsuren 22 Mongolia MGL Bronze 679
4 Mirela Skoko-Kovačević-Ćelić 28 Croatia CRO 677
5 Nino Salukvadze 23 Unified Team EUN 676
6 Jasna Šekarić 26 Individual Olympic Athletes IOA 676
7 Lynn Freh 37 Australia AUS 675
8 Julita Macur 33 Poland POL 674
9 Evelyne Manchon 29 France FRA 577
10 Liselotte Breker 32 Germany GER 577
11 Agi Kasoumi 26 Greece GRE 577
12T María del Pilar Fernández 29 Spain ESP 576
12T Annamária Gönczi 33 Hungary HUN 576
14T Daniela Dumitrescu 23 Romania ROU 575
14T Jana Kubala 25 Austria AUT 575
14T Enkelejda Shehu 23 Albania ALB 575
14T Jindřiška Šimková 27 Czechoslovakia TCH 575
18T Mariya Grozdeva 20 Bulgaria BUL 574
18T Rampai Yamfang-Sriyai 37 Thailand THA 574
18T Wang Lina 21 China CHN 574
21T Cris Kajd 40 Sweden SWE 573
21T Regina Kodymová-Jirkalová 26 Czechoslovakia TCH 573
21T Jelena Tripolski 24 Israel ISR 573
24T Margarita Tarradell 29 Cuba CUB 572
24T Roxane Thompson 28 United States USA 572
26T Ágnes Ferencz 35 Hungary HUN 571
26T Paek Jong-Suk 30 North Korea PRK 571
26T Margit Stein 25 Germany GER 571
29T Bang Hyeon-Ju 26 South Korea KOR 570
29T Connie Petracek 44 United States USA 570
29T Diana Yorgova 21 Bulgaria BUL 570
32 Britt-Marie Ellis 33 Sweden SWE 569
33T Byambajavyn Altantsetseg 30 Mongolia MGL 568
33T Corinne Serra Tosio 26 France FRA 568
35 Inna Rose 34 Estonia EST 567
36T Hisayo Chikusa 30 Japan JPN 565
36T Tania Pérez 33 Cuba CUB 565
38 Tânia Mara Fassoni-Giansante 36 Brazil BRA 563
39 Anne Goffin 35 Belgium BEL 562
40 Michela Suppo 20 Italy ITA 559
41 Eva Suárez 32 Spain ESP 557