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Shooting at the 2004 Athina Summer Games:

Women's Air Pistol, 10 metres

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Host City: Athina, Greece
Venue(s): Markopoulo Olympic Shooting Centre, Markopoulo
Date Started: August 15, 2004
Date Finished: August 15, 2004

Gold: UKR Olena Kostevych
Silver: SCG Jasna Šekarić
Bronze: BUL Mariya Grozdeva

Summary

The top qualifier was Serbian Jasna Šekarić. But she stumbled in the early rounds of the final and was in last place after seven shots, though only 1.6 points behind the leader Nataliya Paderina of Russia. On the final shot Šekarić hit 10.6 to tie the 2002 World Champion, Olena Kostevych, with 483.3. This necessitated a one-shot shoot-off which went to Kostevych, 10.2 to 9.4. The bronze medal also went to a shoot-off, won by Mariya Grozdeva (BUL), who was the 2000 gold medalist in sport pistol and would defend that title three days after the air pistol event. For Šekarić, this was her third silver medal in air pistol, after winning gold in 1988, and her fifth Olympic medal, adding a bronze in sport pistol in 1988. Paderina would finish only fifth but came back to win the 2006 World Championship.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal TP
1 Olena Kostevych 19 Ukraine UKR Gold 483.3
2 Jasna Šekarić 38 Serbia and Montenegro SCG Silver 483.3
3 Mariya Grozdeva 32 Bulgaria BUL Bronze 482.3
4 Ren Jie 24 China CHN 482.3
5 Nataliya Paderina 28 Russia RUS 481.9
6 Munkhbayar Dorjsuren 35 Germany GER 481.9
7 Cornelia Froelich 40 Switzerland SUI 481.5
8 İradə Aşumova 46 Azerbaijan AZE 481.4
9 Olga Klochneva-Kuznetsova 35 Russia RUS 383
10T An Su-Gyeong 17 South Korea KOR 382
10T Yuliya Sinyak-Alipova 26 Belarus BLR 382
10T Yoko Inada 34 Japan JPN 382
10T Yuliya Korostylova 20 Ukraine UKR 382
10T Nino Salukvadze 35 Georgia GEO 382
15 Mirela Skoko-Kovačević-Ćelić 40 Croatia CRO 381
16T Viktoriya Chayka 23 Belarus BLR 380
16T Lenka Hyková-Marušková 19 Czech Republic CZE 380
16T Otryadyn Gündegmaa 26 Mongolia MGL 380
16T Beki Snyder 28 United States USA 380
16T Claudia Verdicchio-Krause 29 Germany GER 380
21T Dorottya Erdős 25 Hungary HUN 379
21T Susanne Meyerhoff 30 Denmark DEN 379
21T Park A-Yeong 20 South Korea KOR 379
21T Lalita Milshina-Yauhleuskaya 40 Australia AUS 379
25 Michiko Hasegawa-Fukushima 40 Japan JPN 378
26T Zsófia Csonka 20 Hungary HUN 377
26T Marina Karaflou 24 Greece GRE 377
28T Nasim Hassan Poor 19 Iran IRI 376
28T Linda Ryan 37 Australia AUS 376
30T Libby Callahan 52 United States USA 374
30T María del Pilar Fernández 41 Spain ESP 374
30T Brigitte Roy 45 France FRA 374
33 Galina Belyayeva 52 Kazakhstan KAZ 373
34 Cynthia Lo 22 Hong Kong HKG 371
35T Grettel Barboza 47 Costa Rica CRC 368
35T Amanda Mondol 39 Colombia COL 368
35T Margarita Tarradell 41 Cuba CUB 368
38T Monika Rieder 29 Switzerland SUI 366
38T Tao Luna 30 China CHN 366
40 Carmen Malo 32 Ecuador ECU 365
41 Francis Gorrin 20 Venezuela VEN 358