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Olympic Shooting Records

Men
Air Rifle -- 596/600, Wolfram Waibel Jr., Austria, July 22, 1996
w/finals -- 695.7 (594 + 101.7), Artem Khadzhibekov, Russia, July 22, 1996
Free Pistol -- 581, Aleksandr Melentev, Soviet Union, July 20, 1980
w/finals -- 666.4 (570 + 96.4), Boris Kokorev, Russia, July 23, 1996
Smallbore Rifle Prone -- 600/600, Christian Klees, Germany, July 25, 1996
w/finals -- 704.8 (600 + 104.8), Christian Klees, Germany, July 25, 1996
Smallbore Rifle 3 Positions -- 1,175/1,200, Jean-Pierre Amat, France, July 27, 1996; Sergey Beliaev, Kazakstan, July 27, 1996
w/finals -- 1,273.9 (1,175 + 98.9), Jean-Pierre Amat, France, July 27, 1996
Rapid Fire Pistol -- 596/600, Ralf Schumann, Germany, July 25, 1996
w/finals -- 698.0 (5946 + 102), Ralf Schumann, Germany, July 25, 1996
Running Game Target -- 585/600, Yang Ling, China, July 26, 1996
w/finals -- 685.8 (585 + 100.8), Yang Ling, China, July 26, 1996
Air Pistol -- 587/600, Yifu Wang, China, July 20, 1996
w/finals -- 684.8 (585 + 99.8), Yifu Wang, China, July 28, 1992
Trap -- 124, Michael Diamond, Australia, July 21, 1996
w/finals -- 149, Michael Diamond, Australia, July 21, 1996
Double Trap -- 141, Russell Mark, Australia, July 24, 1996; I-Chien Huang, Taiwan, July 24, 1996
w/finals -- 189, Russell Mark, Australia, July 24, 1996
Skeet -- 125, Ennio Falco, Italy, July 27, 1996
w/finals -- 149, Ennio Falco, Italy, July 27, 1996

Women
Air Rifle -- 397/400, Petra Horneber, Germany, July 20, 1996
w/finals -- 498.2 (396 + 102.2), Kab-Soon Yeo, South Korea, July 26, 1992
Standard Rifle -- 589/600, Renata Mauer, Poland, July 24, 1996
w/finals -- 686.1 (587 + 99.1), Aleksandra Ivosev, Yugoslavia, July 24, 1996
Sport Pistol -- 597/600, Marina Logvinenko, United Team, July 27, 1992
w/finals -- 687.9 (589 + 98.9), Li Duihong, China, July 26, 1996
Air Pistol -- 390/400, Marina Logvinenko, Russia, July 21, 1996
w/finals -- 490.1 (389 + 101.1), Olga Klochneva, Russia, July 21, 1996
Double Trap -- 108, Kim Rhode, United States, July 23, 1996
w/finals -- 141, Kim Rhode, United States, July 23, 1996

Mixed
Trap Shooting -- 196/200, Pavel Kubec, Czechoslovakia, Aug. 2, 1992
w/finals -- 219 (195 +24), Petr Hrdlick, Czechoslovakia, Aug. 2, 1992
Skeet Shooting -- 200/200, Shan Zhang, China, July 28, 1992
w/finals -- 223 (200 +23), Shan Zhang, China, July 28, 1992

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   Sport pistol
   Air pistol
   Double Trap
   Trap
   Skeet