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Shooting at the 1980 Summer Paralympics

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Shooting at the 1980 Summer Paralympics

Shooting
at the VI Paralympic Games
1984»

Shooting at the 1980 Summer Paralympics consisted of eleven events.

Medal summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's air pistol amputee
details
 Joel Guillon
France (FRA)
 Laszlo Decsi
Canada (CAN)
 Dick Munter
Netherlands (NED)
Women's air pistol amputee
details
 Marianne Ruml
Austria (AUT)
None None
Mixed air pistol 2-5
details
 Alfred Bangerter
Switzerland (SUI)
 Oskar Kreuzer
Austria (AUT)
 G. Tarrant
New Zealand (NZL)
Mixed air rifle 3 positions 1A-1C
details
 Jan Kristensen
Denmark (DEN)
 Barbara Caspers
Australia (AUS)
 Y. Page
Canada (CAN)
Mixed air rifle 3 positions 2-5
details
 J. Gruber
Austria (AUT)
 Libby Kosmala
Australia (AUS)
 Jonas Jacobsson
Sweden (SWE)
Mixed air rifle kneeling 1A-1C
details
 Barbara Caspers
Australia (AUS)
 Philip Wouters
Belgium (BEL)
 Jan Kristensen
Denmark (DEN)
Mixed air rifle kneeling 2-5
details
 J. Gruber
Austria (AUT)
 Libby Kosmala
Australia (AUS)
 J. van Ballenberghe
Belgium (BEL)
Mixed air rifle prone 1A-1C
details
 Philip Wouters
Belgium (BEL)
 Y. Page
Canada (CAN)
 P. Hommerson
Netherlands (NED)
Mixed air rifle prone 2-5
details
 Libby Kosmala
Australia (AUS)
 J. Gruber
Austria (AUT)
 Peter Klotz
Switzerland (SUI)
Mixed air rifle standing 1A-1C
details
 Jan Kristensen
Denmark (DEN)
 Y. Page
Canada (CAN)
 Barbara Caspers
Australia (AUS)
Mixed air rifle standing 2-5
details
 Jonas Jacobsson
Sweden (SWE)
 J. Gruber
Austria (AUT)
 B. Pique
France (FRA)

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