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Shooting at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Games:

Men's Trap

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Host City: Atlanta, United States
Venue(s): Wolf Creek Shooting Complex, Atlanta, Georgia
Date Started: July 20, 1996
Date Finished: July 21, 1996

Gold: AUS Michael Diamond
Silver: USA Josh Lakatos
Bronze: USA Lance Bade

Summary

The first four spots came down to two Australians and two Americans. Michael Diamond (AUS) was not favored but led the qualifying with 124 and was perfect in the final for 149 to win the gold medal. Americans Joshua Lakatos, who was the world record holder in double trap, and Lance Bade tied at 123 in qualifying and with 24 in the final to tie for the other medals. In the shoot-off, Bade missed the 28th bird to give silver to Lakatos. Diamond would return in Sydney in 2000 to defend his gold medal.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal TP
1 Michael Diamond 24 Australia AUS Gold 149
2 Josh Lakatos 23 United States USA Silver 147
3 Lance Bade 25 United States USA Bronze 147
4 John Maxwell 44 Australia AUS 146
5 Zhang Bing 27 China CHN 146
6 Vladimír Slamka 29 Slovakia SVK 145
7 Manuel da Silva 24 Portugal POR 122
8 George Leary 38 Canada CAN 121
9T Karsten Bindrich 23 Germany GER 121
9T Peter Boden 48 Great Britain GBR 121
9T Jiří Gach 26 Czech Republic CZE 121
9T Zhang Yongjie 28 China CHN 121
13T Zoltán Bodó 39 Hungary HUN 120
13T Pavel Kubec 29 Czech Republic CZE 120
13T Russell Mark 32 Australia AUS 120
13T Park Cheol-Seung 40 South Korea KOR 120
13T Giovanni Pellielo 26 Italy ITA 120
13T José Pérez 38 Spain ESP 120
13T João Rebelo 35 Portugal POR 120
20T Fehaid Al-Deehani 29 Kuwait KUW 119
20T Xavier Bouvier 39 Switzerland SUI 119
20T Jörg Damme 37 Germany GER 119
20T Philippe Dupont 32 Belgium BEL 119
20T Bret Erickson 35 United States USA 119
20T Károly Gombos 41 Hungary HUN 119
20T Jean Labatut 25 Brazil BRA 119
20T Lee Wung Yew 30 Singapore SIN 119
20T Frans Pace 34 Malta MLT 119
20T Marcello Tittarelli 34 Italy ITA 119
20T Marco Venturini 36 Italy ITA 119
31T Francesco Amici 36 San Marino SMR 118
31T Danilo Caro 30 Colombia COL 118
31T Alex Fernández 37 Mexico MEX 118
31T David Kostelecký 21 Czech Republic CZE 118
31T Mansher Singh 30 India IND 118
31T Zhao Guisheng 35 China CHN 118
37T Gerard Barcia 32 Andorra AND 117
37T Kevin Gill 34 Great Britain GBR 117
37T Ivan Gulev 38 Bulgaria BUL 117
37T Keld Hansen 34 Denmark DEN 117
37T Christophe Vicard 28 France FRA 117
42T Thomas Allen 42 Ireland IRL 116
42T Armand Dousemont 44 Luxembourg LUX 116
42T Brant Woodward 34 New Zealand NZL 116
45T Paulo Morais 23 Angola ANG 115
45T Heikki Jaansalu 37 Estonia EST 115
45T Dmytro Monakov 33 Ukraine UKR 115
45T Paul Shaw 47 Canada CAN 115
49T José Artecona 63 Puerto Rico PUR 114
49T Francisco Boza 31 Peru PER 114
49T Cheng Shu Ming 50 Hong Kong HKG 114
49T Michel Daou 35 Netherlands Antilles AHO 114
49T Alp Kızılsu 39 Turkey TUR 114
49T Uwe Möller 34 Germany GER 114
49T Frans Peeters 39 Belgium BEL 114
56 George Earnshaw 42 Philippines PHI 113
57T Mikhail Elpikidis 29 Greece GRE 111
57T Huang I-Chien 39 Chinese Taipei TPE 111