World Cup Shooting Wraps Up At Olympic Complex
ATLANTA (AP) _ Germany’s Jan-Henri Heinrich won the men’s skeet event, and Serguei Martynov of Belarus took the gold medal in men’s 3x40 rifle Monday as the Atlanta World Cup concluded at the Wolf Creek Shooting Complex.
Heinrich scored 27 in a shoot-off among five marksmen. Soichiro Ito of Japan shot a 24 for the silver, while Christo Kourtellas of Cyprus took the bronze, breaking 16 targets at the site of this summer’s Olympic competition.
The highest-scoring American was Air Force Maj. Bill Roy of Alamogordo, N.M., who placed sixth.
Martynov shot a 1,265 out of 1,309 targets ahead of teammate Anatoli Klimenko, who took the bronze at 1,263.5, and silver-medal winner Artem Khadjibekov of Russia, 1,264.8.
Capt. Glenn Dubis of Bethel Park, Pa., a member of the U.S. Army Markmanship Unit, scored 1,161 of 1,200 targets in preliminaries to finish in 11th place.