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Shooting at the 2000 Sydney Summer Games:

Men's Double Trap

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Host City: Sydney, Australia
Venue(s): Sydney International Shooting Centre, Cecil Park, New South Wales
Date Started: September 20, 2000
Date Finished: September 20, 2000

Gold: GBR Richard Faulds
Silver: AUS Russell Mark
Bronze: KUW Fehaid Al-Deehani

Summary

The defending champion was Australian Russell Mark who hoped to emulate his teammate, Michael Diamond, who had defended his gold medal in single trap three days before this event. Mark led the preliminary round by two birds, but faltered in the final and was tied by Britain’s Richard Faulds, who had been training with Mark. In the shoot-off, Mark missed the third clay to give Faulds the gold medal. The bronze medal went to Kuwaiti Fehaid Al-Deehani, the first medal ever won at the Olympics for Kuwait.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal TP
1 Richard Faulds 23 Great Britain GBR Gold 187
2 Russell Mark 36 Australia AUS Silver 187
3 Fehaid Al-Deehani 33 Kuwait KUW Bronze 186
4 Conny Persson 32 Sweden SWE 184
5 Roland Gerebics 21 Hungary HUN 180
6 Lance Bade 29 United States USA 179
7 Waldemar Schanz 32 Germany GER 136
8 Marco Innocenti 22 Italy ITA 135
9 Michael Diamond 28 Australia AUS 135
10T Mashfi Al-Mutairi 27 Kuwait KUW 134
10T Raimo Kauppila 42 Finland FIN 134
12T Glenn Eller 18 United States USA 133
12T Bill Keever 26 United States USA 133
14T Aleksey Alipov 25 Russia RUS 131
14T Jean-Paul Gros 39 France FRA 131
16 Jiří Gach 31 Czech Republic CZE 130
17T Daniele Di Spigno 25 Italy ITA 129
17T Sergio Piñero 25 Spain ESP 129
19 Li Bo 30 China CHN 128
20 Ayman Mazhar 40 Egypt EGY 125
21 Oğuzhan Tüzün 17 Turkey TUR 124
22 Michel Daou 39 Netherlands Antilles AHO 121
23T Ahmed Al-Maktoum 36 United Arab Emirates UAE 120
23T Danilo Caro 35 Colombia COL 120
25 Des Coe 41 New Zealand NZL 118