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- =WR Shooting Men's Skeet
- Set 25 Jul 09
Tore Brovold competed in SHOOTING
Did you know?
- Shooting has 15 medal events, divided into three different groups: rifle, pistol and shotgun.
- In the rifle and pistol competitions, marksmen aim at targets ranging from 10 to 50 metres away.
- In the shotgun event, competitors shoot at clay targets propelled at a series of different directions and angles.
- Shooting has been an Olympic sport since the first modern Games in 1896 but the events were very different back then.
- There was live pigeon shooting in Paris in 1900 and pistol duelling at the unofficial Games six years later - when participants shot at mannequins in frock coats.
|31 Jul||Men's Skeet Qualification Day 2||33||44 pts|
|30 Jul||Men's Skeet Qualification Day 1||23||69 pts|
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