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Shooting at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Games:

Men's Rapid-Fire Pistol, 25 metres

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Host City: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Venue(s): Olympic Shooting Centre, Deodoro Olympic Park, Deodoro, Rio de Janeiro
Date Started: August 12, 2016
Date Finished: August 13, 2016

Gold: GER Christian Reitz
Silver: FRA Jean Quiquampoix
Bronze: CHN Li Yuehong


German [Christian Reitz], bronze medallist in this event in 2008, impressed in the qualification round with 592 points, just one point behind his own world record. The defending champion [Leuris Pupo] from Cuba just qualified for the final as the last of six qualifiers. The 29-year-old Reitz continued to impress in the final and won the gold with four hits more than his nearest rival, the 2014 junior world champion, 20-year-old [Jean Quiquampoix] from Paris. [Li Yuehong] of China won the bronze medal, with his countryman [Zhang Fusheng] in fourth place. Zhang was leading the competition after four stages, but had only two and one hits in the next stages and was eliminated. Defending Champion Pupo came fifth.

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Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal
1 Christian Reitz 29 Germany GER Gold =FOR
2 Jean Quiquampoix 20 France FRA Silver
3 Li Yuehong 26 China CHN Bronze
4 Zhang Fusheng 22 China CHN
5 Leuris Pupo 39 Cuba CUB
6 Riccardo Mazzetti 32 Italy ITA
7 Gurpreet Singh 28 India IND
8 Kim Jun-Hong 25 South Korea KOR
9 Aleksey Klimov 40 Russia RUS
10 Keith Sanderson 41 United States USA
11 Roman Bondaruk 42 Ukraine UKR
12 Emil Milev 48 United States USA
13 Emerson Duarte 44 Brazil BRA
14 Jorge Llames 37 Spain ESP
15 Ruslan Lunev 27 Azerbaijan AZE
16 Pavlo Korostylov 18 Ukraine UKR
17 Oliver Geis 25 Germany GER
18 Ghulam Mustafa Bashir 29 Pakistan PAK
19 Eita Mori 33 Japan JPN
20 Piotr Daniluk 34 Poland POL
21 Kang Min-Su 30 South Korea KOR
22 Teruyoshi Akiyama 44 Japan JPN
23 Ahmed Shaban 37 Egypt EGY
24 Marko Carrillo 28 Peru PER
25 Peeter Olesk 23 Estonia EST
26 David Chapman 51 Australia AUS