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Shooting at the 2012 London Summer Games:

Men's Trap

Shooting at the 2012 Summer Games: Previous Summer Games

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Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Royal Artillery Barracks, Woolwich, London
Date Started: August 5, 2012
Date Finished: August 6, 2012

Gold: CRO Giovanni Cernogoraz
Silver: ITA Massimo Fabbrizi
Bronze: KUW Fehaid Al-Deehani

Summary

This was the final shooting event of the 2012 Olympics. Australian Michael Diamond led the qualifying with a 125 possible to equal the world qualifying round record. But he struggled in the final hitting only 20 of 25 clays for 145, which tied him for third with Kuwait’s Fehaid Al-Deehani. Croatia’s Giovanni Cernogoraz was ranked #22 in the world coming into London and tied for the final spots in fifth place in qualifying with 122. But he missed only his 15th clay in the final round to score 146, tying with Italy’s Massimo Fabbrizi who had gone through with 122 + 24 points for 146. Cernogoraz and Fabbrizi shot off for the gold with Cernogoraz winning Croatia’s first shooting gold medal by hitting the first six targets in the shoot-off.

Diamond and Al-Deehani also shot off for the bronze medal. This time Diamond missed his fourth target as Al-Deehani won the bronze medal. In 2008 Diamond had also shot-off for the bronze medal with Russian Aleksey Alipov, also placing fourth that year.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS
1 Giovanni Cernogoraz 29 Croatia CRO Gold 146
2 Massimo Fabbrizi 34 Italy ITA Silver 146
3 Fehaid Al-Deehani 45 Kuwait KUW Bronze 145
4 Michael Diamond 40 Australia AUS 145
5 Jesús Serrano 34 Spain ESP 144
6 Anton Glasnović 31 Croatia CRO 143
7 Boštjan Maček 40 Slovenia SLO 121
8 Giovanni Pellielo 42 Italy ITA 121
9 Maksim Kosaryev 43 Russia RUS 121
10 Rashid Al-Athba 31 Qatar QAT 121
11 Karsten Bindrich 39 Germany GER 121
12 Erik Varga 36 Slovakia SVK 121
13 Aleksey Alipov 36 Russia RUS 120
14 David Kostelecký 37 Czech Republic CZE 120
15 Adam Vella 41 Australia AUS 119
16 Manavjit Singh Sandhu 35 India IND 119
17 Andreas Scherhaufer 42 Austria AUT 119
18 Jiří Lipták 30 Czech Republic CZE 119
19 Stéphane Clamens 41 France FRA 119
20 Sergio Piñero 37 Dominican Republic DOM 118
21 Ed Ling 29 Great Britain GBR 118
22 Ahmed Zaher 22 Egypt EGY 117
23 Glenn Kable 49 Fiji FIJ 117
24 Oğuzhan Tüzün 29 Turkey TUR 117
25 Alberto Fernández 29 Spain ESP 116
26 Talal Al-Rashidi 19 Kuwait KUW 116
27 Derek Burnett 41 Ireland IRL 116
28 Jean-Pierre Brol 29 Guatemala GUA 116
29 Danilo Caro 46 Colombia COL 115
30 Du Yu 25 China CHN 112
31 Juan Carlos Pérez 30 Bolivia BOL 110
32 Dhaher Al-Aryani 39 United Arab Emirates UAE 107
33 Joan Tomas 61 Andorra AND 103
34 Andrey Kovalenko 57 Belarus BLR 101