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Shooting at the 2000 Sydney Summer Games:

Men's Trap

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Host City: Sydney, Australia
Venue(s): Sydney International Shooting Centre, Cecil Park, New South Wales
Date Started: September 16, 2000
Date Finished: September 17, 2000

Gold: AUS Michael Diamond
Silver: GBR Ian Peel
Bronze: ITA Giovanni Pellielo
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Summary

Australia’s Michael Diamond won the gold medal easily, becoming only the second trap shooter to defend an Olympic title, after Italy’s Luciano Giovannetti in 1980-84. Diamond won by five birds, the largest margin since the 1956 Olympic trap event. Diamond dedicated the gold medal to his father, who had died only four months before the Sydney Olympics. Diamond would also win a World Championship in trap, but not until 2007.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal TP
1 Michael Diamond 28 Australia AUS Gold 147
2 Ian Peel 42 Great Britain GBR Silver 142
3 Giovanni Pellielo 30 Italy ITA Bronze 140
4 Khaled Al-Mudhaf 22 Kuwait KUW 139
5 Marco Venturini 40 Italy ITA 138
6 David Kostelecký 25 Czech Republic CZE 138
7 Danilo Caro 35 Colombia COL 115
8 Christophe Vicard 32 France FRA 115
9T Aleksey Alipov 25 Russia RUS 114
9T Thomas Fichtner 33 Germany GER 114
9T George Leary 42 Canada CAN 114
9T Zhang Yongjie 32 China CHN 114
13T Russell Mark 36 Australia AUS 113
13T Conny Persson 32 Sweden SWE 113
13T Waldemar Schanz 32 Germany GER 113
16T Lance Bade 29 United States USA 112
16T Josh Lakatos 27 United States USA 112
18T Ahmed Al-Maktoum 36 United Arab Emirates UAE 111
18T Derek Burnett 29 Ireland IRL 111
18T Custódio Ezequiel 38 Portugal POR 111
18T Rodolfo Viganò 29 Italy ITA 111
22 David Malone 36 Ireland IRL 110
23T Jorge Guarnieri 45 Argentina ARG 109
23T Zoran Novaković 40 Bosnia and Herzegovina BIH 109
23T Frans Swart 38 South Africa RSA 109
26T Peter Boden 52 Great Britain GBR 108
26T Francisco Boza 35 Peru PER 108
26T João Rebelo 39 Portugal POR 108
26T Anwer Sultan 38 India IND 108
30T Stéphane Clamens 29 France FRA 107
30T Oğuzhan Tüzün 17 Turkey TUR 107
32T Francesco Amici 40 San Marino SMR 106
32T Jiří Gach 31 Czech Republic CZE 106
32T Sergey Lyubomirov 31 Russia RUS 106
32T Andraž Lipolt 26 Slovenia SLO 106
32T Frans Pace 38 Malta MLT 106
37 Brant Woodward 38 New Zealand NZL 105
38 Victor Shaw 20 New Zealand NZL 102
39T Joe Salem 39 Lebanon LIB 101
39T Joan Tomas 49 Andorra AND 101
41 João Paulo de Silva 35 Angola ANG 99