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Shooting at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Games:

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

Shooting at the 2016 Summer Games: Previous Summer Games

Events:

Host City: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Venue(s): Olympic Shooting Centre, Deodoro Olympic Park, Deodoro, Rio de Janeiro
Date Started: August 14, 2016
Date Finished: August 14, 2016

Gold: ITA Niccolò Campriani
Silver: RUS Sergey Kamensky
Bronze: FRA Alexis Raynaud

Summary

One of the favourites was the 2016 world number one, American [Matt Emmons], who was the 2004 Olympic champion in the rifle (prone) event, but he was a victim of the qualification round and was not amongst the eight finallists. Russian [Sergey Kamenskiy] won the qualification round with 1,184 points, only two points behind the world record and was in the lead in the final going into his final shot, but could only produce a 8.3 hit and was overtaken by Italy’s [Niccolo Campriani], the defending champion who had won gold in the air rifle event six days earlier. Campriani became the only shooter with two gold medals in the Rio Games. The young Frenchman [Alexis Raynaud] secured the bronze medal, just five days before his 22nd birthday.

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Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal
1 Niccolò Campriani 28 Italy ITA Gold FOR
2 Sergey Kamensky 28 Russia RUS Silver
3 Alexis Raynaud 21 France FRA Bronze
4 Daniel Brodmeier 28 Germany GER
5 Andre Link 21 Germany GER
6 Zhu Qinan 31 China CHN
7 Fyodor Vlasov 32 Russia RUS
8 Ole-Kristian Bryhn 27 Norway NOR
9 Petar Gorša 28 Croatia CRO
10 Oleh Tsarkov 28 Ukraine UKR
11 Milenko Sebić 31 Serbia SRB
12 István Péni 19 Hungary HUN
13 Odd Arne Brekne 31 Norway NOR
14 Serhiy Kulish 23 Ukraine UKR
15 Hui Zicheng 27 China CHN
16 Kim Jong-Hyeon 31 South Korea KOR
17 Alexander Schmirl 26 Austria AUT
18 Yury Shcherbatsevich 32 Belarus BLR
19 Matt Emmons 35 United States USA
20 Dane Sampson 29 Australia AUS
21 Filip Nepejchal 17 Czech Republic CZE
22 Toshikazu Yamashita 39 Japan JPN
23 Chain Singh 27 India IND
24 Valerian Sauveplane 36 France FRA
25 Stevan Pletikosić 44 Serbia SRB
26 Pourya Norouziyan 24 Iran IRI
27 Marco De Nicolo 39 Italy ITA
28 Dan Lowe 23 United States USA
29 Yury Yurkov 33 Kazakhstan KAZ
30 Jan Lochbihler 24 Switzerland SUI
31 Ilya Chergeyko 23 Belarus BLR
32 Kim Hyeon-Jun 23 South Korea KOR
33 Gagan Narang 33 India IND
34 Péter Sidi 37 Hungary HUN
35 Anton Rizov 28 Bulgaria BUL
36 Gernot Rumpler 22 Austria AUT
37 Napis Tortungpanich 21 Thailand THA
38 Reinier Estpinan 33 Cuba CUB
39 Will Godward 32 Australia AUS
40 Julio César Iemma 32 Venezuela VEN
41 Hamada Talat 35 Egypt EGY
42 Alexander Molerio 24 Cuba CUB
43 Hamed Said Al-Khatri 31 Oman OMA
44 Cassio Rippel 38 Brazil BRA