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March 18, 2016
Debevec wins gold, sets two marks
 SYDNEY (AP) -- Slovenia's top gun shot his way to a gold and two records.
 Rajmond Debevec shot an Olympic-record 1,275.1 to win the men's 50-meter rifle three-position Saturday. Juha Hirvi of Finland won the silver with 1,270.5 and Harald Stenvaag of Norway took the bronze, scoring 1,268.6.
Sept. 23: Full story and results

Graves closes out shooting by winning bronze
 SYDNEY (AP) -- U.S. shooters finished the 2000 Olympics just as they started it -- on the medal stand.
 Todd Graves of Laurel, Miss., won the bronze medal in men's skeet Saturday to join Nancy Johnson as the only Americans to win shooting medals at the Sydney Games.
Sept. 23: Full story and results

Records fall in women's 25-meter sport pistol
 SYDNEY, Australia (AP) -- Maria Grozdeva of Bulgaria broke the Olympic record with a score of 690.3 in the women's 25-meter pistol, after double-medalist Tao Luna set the Olympic qualifying mark.
 Grozdeva broke the record of China's Li Duihong, who scored 687.9 at the 1996 Atlanta Games.
Sept. 22: Full story and results

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   Free pistol
   Air pistol
   Running game target
   Rifle 3 positions
   Rifle prone
   Air rifle
   Double trap

   Women's Medals:
   Air rifle
   Rifle 3 positions
   Sport pistol
   Air pistol
   Double Trap