Mobile Site You Are Here >  >  >  >  > Women's Double Trap

Shooting at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Games:

Women's Double Trap

Shooting at the 1996 Summer Games: Next Summer Games

Events:
Phases:

Host City: Atlanta, United States
Venue(s): Wolf Creek Shooting Complex, Atlanta, Georgia
Date Started: July 23, 1996
Date Finished: July 23, 1996

Gold: USA Kim Rhode
Silver: GER Susanne Kiermayer
Bronze: AUS Deserie Huddleston-Wakefield-Baynes

Summary

This was the first time that women competed in trap shooting as a separate event. American Kim Rhode was barely 17-years-old but led the preliminary round with 108. In the final, she dropped back early but hit 19 or her last 20 birds to win the gold medal. Germany’s Susanne Kiermayer and Australia’s Deserie Huddleston tied for the other medals, with Kiermayer winning silver when Huddleston missed her second bird in the shoot-off. Kim Rhode would win gold in this event again in 2004 and also win a bronze in 2000.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal TP
1 Kim Rhode 17 United States USA Gold 141
2 Susanne Kiermayer 27 Germany GER Silver 139
3 Deserie Huddleston-Wakefield-Baynes 35 Australia AUS Bronze 139
4 Terry DeWitt 33 United States USA 137
5 Riitta-Mari Murtoniemi 30 Finland FIN 133
6 Yoshiko Kira 23 Japan JPN 132
7 Annmaree Roberts 19 Australia AUS 103
8 Gao E 33 China CHN 103
9 Giovanna Pasello 36 Italy ITA 103
10 Daina Gudzinevičiūtė 30 Lithuania LTU 101
11T Satu Pusila 34 Finland FIN 100
11T María Quintanal 26 Spain ESP 100
11T Xu Xiang 23 China CHN 100
14 Muriel Bernard 35 France FRA 98
15T Deborah Gelisio 20 Italy ITA 97
15T Cynthia Meyer 30 Canada CAN 97
17T Svetlana Dyomina 35 Russia RUS 95
17T Lee Sang-Hui 26 South Korea KOR 95
19 Yelena Rabaya 36 Russia RUS 93
20 Anne Focan 34 Belgium BEL 91
21 Gemma Usieto 31 Spain ESP 90