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Shooting at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's 10 metre air pistol

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Shooting at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's 10 metre air pistol

Men's 10 metre air pistol
at the Games of the XXV Olympiad
Venue Mollet del Vallès
Competitors 45 from 30 nations
Winning score 684.8 (OR)
Gold medal    China
Silver medal    Unified Team
Bronze medal    Romania
Shooting at the
1992 Summer Olympics
50 m rifle three positions men women
50 m rifle prone men
10 m air rifle   men   women
50 m pistol men
25 m pistol women
25 m rapid fire pistol men
10 m air pistol men women
Trap open
Skeet open
Running target
10 m running target men

Men's 10 metre air pistol was one of the thirteen shooting events at the 1992 Summer Olympics. This second installment of the event was won by Wang Yifu ahead of the world record holder Sergei Pyzhianov, and Sorin Babii who had established the Olympic record on the new target in the qualification round but lost the final.

Qualification round

Rank Athlete Country Score Notes
1 Sorin Babii Romania 586 Q OR
2 Wang Yifu China 585 Q
3 Sergei Pyzhianov Unified Team 584 Q
4 Xu Haifeng China 583 Q
5 Tanyu Kiryakov Bulgaria 583 Q
6 Sakari Paasonen Finland 582 Q
7 Jerzy Pietrzak Poland 582 Q
8 Roberto Di Donna Italy 581 Q (6th: 97)
9 Kim Seon-il South Korea 581 (6th: 94)
10 Stanislav Jirkal Czechoslovakia 580
11 Philippe Cola France 579
12 Spas Koprinkov Bulgaria 578
12 Hans-Jürgen Bauer-Neumaier Germany 578
14 Istvan Agh Hungary 577
14 Ben Amonette United States 577
14 Rodney Michael Colwell Canada 577
14 Stein-Olav Fiskebeck Norway 577
14 Mamoru Inagaki Japan 577
19 Phillip Adams Australia 576
19 Gernot Eder Germany 576
19 Francisco Sanz Cancio Spain 576
22 Franck Dumoulin France 575
22 Boris Kokorev Unified Team 575
22 Dario Palazzani Italy 575
22 Greg Yelavich New Zealand 575
26 Benny Östlund Sweden 574
26 Ryu Myong-hyon North Korea 574
26 Ragnar Skanåker Sweden 574
29 Pawel Hadrych Poland 573
29 Bengt Sandstrom Australia 573
31 So Gil-san North Korea 572
31 Bernardo Tobar Colombia 572
33 Park Jong-shin South Korea 571
33 Darius Young United States 571
35 Dimitrios Baltas Greece 570
35 Norman Ortega Martinez Nicaragua 570
35 Fumihisa Semizuki Japan 570
35 Constant Wagner Luxembourg 570
39 Timo Naveri Finland 569
39 Tarek Zaki Riad Egypt 569
39 Tu Tai-hsing Chinese Taipei 569
42 Wilson Scheidemantel Brazil 568
43 Laszlo Peto Hungary 562
44 Fernando Richeri Gonzalez Uruguay 554
45 Shuaib Adam Kenya 531

OR Olympic record – Q Qualified for final


Rank Athlete Qual Final Total Shoot-off Notes
1st  Wang Yifu (CHN) 585 99.8 684.8 OR
2nd  Sergei Pyzhianov (EUN) 584 100.1 684.1
3rd  Sorin Babii (ROU) 586 98.1 684.1
4  Xu Haifeng (CHN) 583 98.5 681.5
5  Sakari Paasonen (FIN) 582 98.1 680.1 ?
6  Jerzy Pietrzak (POL) 582 98.1 680.1 ?
7  Tanyu Kiryakov (BUL) 583 96.7 679.7
8  Roberto Di Donna (ITA) 581 97.5 678.5

OR Olympic record


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