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Shooting at the 2004 Athina Summer Games:

Women's Small-Bore Rifle, Three Positions, 50 metres

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Host City: Athina, Greece
Venue(s): Markopoulo Olympic Shooting Centre, Markopoulo
Date Started: August 20, 2004
Date Finished: August 20, 2004

Gold: RUS Lyubov Galkina
Silver: ITA Valentina Turisini
Bronze: CHN Wang Chengyi

Summary

The leader after qualifying was the 2002 World Champion, Olga Dovgun of Kazakhstan. But she faltered in the final round, shooting the lowest score of the finalists, and dropped back to fourth. The gold medal was won by Lyubov Galkina (RUS) who had the highest score of the final round with 101.4. Six days earlier, Galkina had won a silver medal in air rifle and she would repeat that medal in 2008. Three-time world rifle champion Sonja Pfeilschifter struggled at the Olympics, as she had in 2000, and placed sixth. Dovgun would defend her World title in 2006.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal TP
1 Lyubov Galkina 31 Russia RUS Gold 688.4 OR
2 Valentina Turisini 34 Italy ITA Silver 685.9
3 Wang Chengyi 21 China CHN Bronze 685.4
4 Olga Dovgun 33 Kazakhstan KAZ 684.9
5 Lee Hye-Jin 18 South Korea KOR 681.0
6 Sonja Pfeilschifter 33 Germany GER 679.6
7 Barbara Lechner-Engleder 21 Germany GER 677.6
8 Nataliya Kalnysh 30 Ukraine UKR 677.2
9T Laurence Brize 28 France FRA 578
9T Tatyana Goldobina 28 Russia RUS 578
9T Wu Liuxi 19 China CHN 578
12 Morgan Hicks 22 United States USA 577
13T Anjali Ramakanta Vedpathak-Bhagwat 34 India IND 575
13T Gaby Bühlmann 40 Switzerland SUI 575
13T Lesia Leskiv 40 Ukraine UKR 575
16 Valérie Bellenoue 29 France FRA 574
17T Sylwia Bogacka 22 Poland POL 573
17T Renata Mauer-Różańska 35 Poland POL 573
19 Deepali Deshpande 35 India IND 572
20T Sarah Blakeslee 19 United States USA 571
20T Eglis Yaima Cruz 24 Cuba CUB 571
20T Marjo Yli-Kiikka 26 Finland FIN 571
23 Éva Joó 34 Hungary HUN 570
24 Hiromi Misaki 27 Japan JPN 569
25T Sue McCready 23 Australia AUS 567
25T Pushpamali Ramanayake 36 Sri Lanka SRI 567
27 Kateřina Kůrková-Emmons 20 Czech Republic CZE 565
28 Svitlana Kashchenko 35 Nicaragua NCA 563
29 Alyona Aksyonova 24 Uzbekistan UZB 562
30 Kim Jeong-Mi 28 South Korea KOR 561
31 Beáta Krzyzewsky 27 Hungary HUN 560
32T Kim Frazer 45 Australia AUS 555
32T Divna Pešić 24 Macedonia MKD 555