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Shooting at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Women's 10 metre air rifle

Women's 10 metre air rifle
at the Games of the XXVI Olympiad
Venue Wolf Creek Shooting Complex
Competitors 49 from 31 nations
Winning score 497.6
Medalists
Gold medal    Poland
Silver medal    Germany
Bronze medal    Yugoslavia
Shooting at the
1996 Summer Olympics
Rifle
50 m rifle three positions men women
50 m rifle prone men
10 m air rifle   men   women
Pistol
50 m pistol men
25 m pistol women
25 m rapid fire pistol men
10 m air pistol men women
Shotgun
Trap men
Double trap men women
Skeet men
Running target
10 m running target men

Women's 10 metre air rifle was one of the fifteen shooting events at the 1996 Summer Olympics. Renata Mauer narrowly defeated Petra Horneber to win her first Olympic gold medal, as well as the first gold medal of the Atlanta games. Aleksandra Ivošev won the bronze medal; all three medalists finished within 0.4 points of each other.

Qualification round

Rank Athlete Country Score Notes
1 Petra Horneber Germany 397 Q OR
2 Renata Mauer Poland 395 Q
3 Valérie Bellenoue France 395 Q
4 Marta Nedvedova Czech Republic 395 Q
5 Aleksandra Ivošev Yugoslavia 395 Q
6 Olga Pogrebniak Belarus 394 Q
7 Lessia Leskiv Ukraine 394 Q
8 Éva Joó Hungary 393 Q (4th: 100; 3rd: 100)
9 Aranka Binder Yugoslavia 393 (4th: 100; 3rd: 98)
9 Irina Shilova Belarus 393 (4th: 99)
9 Jin Soon-young South Korea 393 (4th: 98)
9 Xu Yanhua China 393 (4th: 98)
13 Elizabeth Bourland United States 392
13 Gaby Bühlmann Switzerland 392
13 Amelia Fournel Argentina 392
13 Sabina Fuchs Switzerland 392
13 Marina Grigorieva Russia 392
13 Vessela Letcheva Bulgaria 392
19 Kim Jung-mi South Korea 391
20 Dagmar Bilkova Czech Republic 390
20 Mladenka Malenica Croatia 390
20 Anna Maloukhina Russia 390
20 Nonka Matova Bulgaria 390
25 Cindy Bouque Belgium 389
25 Lindy Hansen Norway 389
25 Pushpamali Ramanayake Sri Lanka 389
25 Suzana Skoko Croatia 389
29 Jarintorn Dangpiam Thailand 388
29 Tetyana Nesterova Ukraine 388
31 Sue Banks Australia 387
31 Anni Bisso Denmark 387
31 Eva Forian Hungary 387
31 Masami Iwaki Japan 387
31 Iris Kremer-Roseneck Luxembourg 387
36 Cristina Antolin Spain 386
36 Bettina Knells Germany 386
36 Nancy Napolski United States 386
39 Yoko Minamoto Japan 385
39 Fabienne Pasetti Monaco 385
41 Carole Couesnon France 384
41 Malgorzata Ksiazkiewicz Poland 384
43 Rhona Barry Ireland 382
44 Hanne Vataker Norway 381
44 Malini Wickramasinghe Sri Lanka 381
46 Lida Fariman Iran 379
47 Sara Antunes Portugal 377
48 Carla Ribeiro Portugal 375
49 Bivaswari Rai Nepal 359

OR Olympic record – Q Qualified for final

Final

Rank Athlete Qual Final Total
1st  Renata Mauer (POL) 395 102.6 497.6
2nd  Petra Horneber (GER) 397 100.4 497.4
3rd  Aleksandra Ivošev (YUG) 395 102.2 497.2
4  Valérie Bellenoue (FRA) 395 101.6 496.6
5  Olga Pogrebniak (BLR) 394 102.4 496.4
6  Marta Nedvedova (CZE) 395 100.1 495.1
7  Éva Joó (HUN) 393 101.5 494.5
8  Lessia Leskiv (UKR) 394 100.2 494.2

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