History of Olympic Trapshooting Champions

AMERICAN GOLD MEDALLISTS
Note: (left to right) Jay Graham (1912), Mark Arie (1920), and Donald Haldeman (1976) were all ATA shooters.

Don Haldeman was a Pennsylvania native from the Lehigh Valley. Shot ATA targets around the state and Elysburg.

Kim Rhode
Has won an unprecedented 5 medals in Olympic trapshooting events including three gold medals in skeet and doubles trap.

YearCityCountryGoldSilverBronze
2012LondonEnglandGiovanni Cernogoraz (Croat.)Massimo Fabbrizi (Italy)Fehaid Aldeehani (Kuwait)
2008BeijingChinaDavid Kostelecky(Czec.)Giovanni Pellielo (Italy)Alexei Alipow (Russia)
2004AthensGreeceAleksey Alipov (Russia)Giovanni Pellielo (Italy)Adam Vella (Austrilia)
2000SydneyAustraliaMichael Diamond (Austrilia)Ian Peel (England)Giovanni Pellielo (Italy)
1996AtlantaUnited StatesMichael Diamond (Austrilia)Josh Lakatos (USA)Lance Bade (USA)
1992BarcelonaSpainPetr Hdlicka (Czec.)Kazumi Watanabe (Japan)Marco Venturini (Italy)
1988SeoulSouth KoreaDmitriy Monakov (USSR)Miloslav Bednarik (Czec.)Frans Peeters (Belgium)
1984Los AnglesUnited StatesLuciano Giovanetti (Italy)Francisco Boza (Peru)Daniel Carlisle (USA)
1980MoscowUSSRLuciano Giovanetti (Italy)Rustam Yambulatov (USSR)Jörg Damme (Germany)
1976MontréalCanadaDon Haldeman (USA)Armando Marques (Portugal)Ubaldesco Baldi (Italy)
1972MunichGermanyAngelo Scalzone (Italy)Michel Carrega (France)Silvano Basagni (Italy)
1968Mexico CityMexicoRobert Braithwaite (UK)Thomas Garrigus (USA)K. Czekalla (East Germ)
1964TokyoJapanEnnio Mattarelli (Italy)Pavel Senichev (USSR)William Morris (USA)
1960RomeItalyIan Dumitrescu (Romania)Galliano Rossini (Italy)Sergey Kalinin (USSR)
1956MelbourneAustraliaGalliano Rossini (Italy)Adam Smelczynski (Poland)Alessandro Ciceri (Italy)
1952HelsinkiFinlandGeorge Généreux (Canada)Knut Holmquist (Sweden)Hans Liljedahl (Sweden)
1924ParisFranceGyula Halasy (Hungary)Konrad Huber (Finland)Frank Hughes (USA)
1920AntwerpBelgiumMark Arie (USA)Frank Troeh (USA)Frank Wright (USA)
1912StockholmSwedenJames Graham (USA)Alfred -Bronikowen (Germany)Harry Blau (Russia)
1908LondonEnglandWalter Ewing (Canada)George Beattie (Canada)Alexander Maunder (UK)
1900ParisFranceRoger de Barbarin (France)René Goyot (France)Justinien de Clary (France)

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