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Shooting was introduced during the first edition of the Olympic Games, as one of the nine sport present at the 1896 Summer Olympics. It was a mixed event from Mexico City 1968 until Moscow 1980, and two women were able to win a medal in this period.

Past Events[]

Men/Women Event
Men's Double Trap
25 metres Military Pistol
30 metres Military Pistol
30 metres Military Pistol Team
200 metres Military Rifle
300 metres Military Rifle Individual Prone
300 metres Military Rifle Individual Standing
300 metres Military Rifle Team Standing
300 metres Military Rifle Three Positions
600 metres Military Rifle Individual Prone
600 metres Military Rifle Team Prone
300 metres and 600 metres Military Rifle Team Prone
Disappearing Target Small-Bore Rifle
Moving Target Small-Bore Rifle
Stationary Target Small-Bore Rifle
300 metres Rifle Kneeling
300 metres Rifle Prone
300 metres Rifle Standing
300 metres Rifle Three Positions
300 metres Rifle Team
600 metres Rifle
1000 yards Rifle Prone
100 metres Running Deer Single Shot Individual
100 metres Running Deer Double Shot Individual
100 metres Running Deer Single Shot Team
100 metres Running Deer Double Shot Team
100 metres Running Deer Single Double Shots
10 metres Running Target
50 metres Running Target
Pistol
Pistol Team
25 metres Rifle Individual
25 metres Rifle Team
50 metres Rifle Team
Rifle Prone
Women's Double Trap

Current Events[]

Men/Women Event
Men's Air Pistol
Air Rifle
Rapid Fire Pistol
Rifle Three Positions
Skeet
Trap
Women's Air Pistol
Air Rifle
Pistol
Rifle Three Positions
Skeet
Trap
Mixed Air Pistol Team
Air Rifle Team
Trap Team
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